Victims of skin cancer may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published in the journal Neurology. Those with skin cancer were 80 percent more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than those who did not have any skin cancer.
New research could provide clues as to why many sport players choose red as their color when they compete. The study, conducted by Daniel Farelly, a psychological scientist at the University of Sunderland, says that testosterone levels play a crucial role in this.
A latest study appearing in the Emergency Medicine Journal states that men who are heavy drinkers and homeless for a long period of time are 400 times more prone to suffer from head injuries when compared to the general population.
Scientists agree that humans are causing climate change--again. They took an extensive survey of over 12,000 peer-reviewed climate science papers and have found that there was a major consensus when it came to deciding whether or not climate change was occurring--a total of 97 percent.
Scientists have successfully reprogrammed human skin cells to become embryonic stem cells, which are capable of transforming into any other cell type in the body. The new technique could also be considered a new method for cloning stem cells.
After 17 years of lurking beneath the ground, millions of cicadas are popping out of the dirt like six-legged daisies. Now, there's only one thing that we can do to stop the relentless swarm: eat them.
Deep within the dense rainforests of Honduras, trees cloak the archaeological remains of an ancient city, abandoned and crumbling. Now, researchers have found a way to penetrate that dense cloak and learn a little bit more about the city that once flourished in Central America.
In a latest finding, researchers at the University of Missouri found that the generic statin that was earlier sold under the name 'Zocor' reduced the positive effects of exercise in obese and overweight adults.
A new drug 'Xofigo' has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat men with symptomatic late-stage(metastatic) castration-resistant prostate cancer that has attacked the bones but not other organs.
It's never too late to get physically fit, and being over 40 doesn't have to stop you. A latest study suggests that middle-aged people who are obese or overweight can lower their risk of heart failure by getting into shape and being physically fit.
Ancient African fossils may have solved an evolutionary mystery. Researchers have discovered remains that reveal new information about the evolution of primates, and could show the oldest evidence of a split between Old World Monkeys and apes.