A drug that's commonly used to treat diabetes may hold the secret to longevity, according to a recent study.
A new study suggests that if you're a bit clumsy, this type of graceful, disciplined dance may help out.
Overeating may be the result of a brain hormone deficiency, according to recent findings published in Cell Reports.
Researchers at Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing have found that caring for a loved one who may have dealt with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can increase the risk of chronic disease in the caregiver.
NASA has shifted their focus of the space program and is preparing for long-duration and deep space missions. The six-person ISS Expedition 40 crew wrapped up the week after completing plentiful medical research for these types of missions.
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers suffered by men. Doctors and scientists have been working to identify early detection methods for the cancer before it becomes life threatening, and new research may have found a way to do so.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded 26 academic institutions with funds to conduct public health prevention research and studies last Thursday. The award is part of a five-year funding period.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Boston College with a two-year, $200,000 grant that will allow Professor G. Michael Barnett and undergraduate researchers to use technology for disseminating pertinent environmental data to the public.
Concussions have been of ongoing in-depth discussions as of late ever since current and former NFL football players reported recurring and serious symptoms. As a result, many parents have been hesitant to allow their children play contact sports.
Known to improve one’s quality of life, calorie restriction is a form of dieting that researchers’ determined might have other benefits, including the improvement of outcomes for women with breast cancer.
Although many don't take high school as seriously as higher education, researchers from the University of Miami found that one's high school grade point average is a strong indicator of future earnings.
Elizabeth Decker is graduating this month with a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Kansas State University. Her master's research report focuses on incorporating those with autism into a more inclusive environment.