A first: Micromotors used to treat stomach infection A first: Micromotors used to treat stomach infection
Bad trip from marijuana could be sign of mental illness, research says Bad trip from marijuana could be sign of mental illness, research says
Green public spaces decrease depression in city dwellers, study says Green public spaces decrease depression in city dwellers, study says
Foodborne illness might be on the rise, report says Foodborne illness might be on the rise, report says
Ketamine fights depression by acting like opioid, study says Ketamine fights depression by acting like opioid, study says
Children are being harmed by food additives, study says Children are being harmed by food additives, study says
Finally, British police found ‘a bottle’ containing Novichok at Rowley’s house: reports Finally, British police found 'a bottle' containing Novichok at Rowley's house: reports
Scientists discover cannabis extract that might fight psychosis Scientists discover cannabis extract that might fight psychosis
British woman expose to nerve agent died: reports British woman expose to nerve agent died: reports
Sleeping five hours or less connected to doubled risk of heart disease, study says Sleeping five hours or less connected to doubled risk of heart disease, study says
E-cigarette users at double the risk of a heart attack, study says E-cigarette users at double the risk of a heart attack, study says
GM signs direct contract with Henry Ford Health System GM signs direct contract with Henry Ford Health System
Spider venom can fight childhood epilepsy, study says Spider venom can fight childhood epilepsy, study says
Plastic surgeons see rise in 'Snapchat dysmorphia' Plastic surgeons see rise in 'Snapchat dysmorphia'
Anti-cancer drugs put cancer to sleep forever Anti-cancer drugs put cancer to sleep forever
Dehydration is connected to muddled thinking, experts say Dehydration is connected to muddled thinking, experts say
'Undruggable' enzymes can be identified using new system 'Undruggable' enzymes can be identified using new system
Weeds reveal novel antibiotic in new study Weeds reveal novel antibiotic in new study
Researchers sequence bacteria that cause tooth decay Researchers sequence bacteria that cause tooth decay
Healthy diets linked to lower cancer risk, study says Healthy diets linked to lower cancer risk, study says
CRISPR DNA repair is still a mystery CRISPR DNA repair is still a mystery
Study sheds light on how stimulants help ADHD Study sheds light on how stimulants help ADHD
Tight blood pressure control decreases Alzheimer's risk, study says Tight blood pressure control decreases Alzheimer's risk, study says
Scientists bioengineer 3-D model of human heart ventricle Scientists bioengineer 3-D model of human heart ventricle
Genetic study discovers links between psychiatric illnesses Genetic study discovers links between psychiatric illnesses
6.0 magnitude earthquake jolts northern California wine country 6.0 magnitude earthquake jolts northern California wine country
Nearly all former pro football players had brain injury, new study shows Nearly all former pro football players had brain injury, new study shows
Noise pollution could harm heart health, study reports Noise pollution could harm heart health, study reports
Epigenetics plays key role in heart failure Epigenetics plays key role in heart failure
New drug offers hope for Alzheimer's patients New drug offers hope for Alzheimer's patients
Binge drinking can cause stroke Binge drinking can cause stroke
Drinking alcohol may foster bad mouth bacteria Drinking alcohol may foster bad mouth bacteria
Ketamine may be able to fight depression, study reports Ketamine may be able to fight depression, study reports
Vagus nerve treatment may help depressed patients, study reports Vagus nerve treatment may help depressed patients, study reports
Induction of labor at 39 weeks reduces risk Induction of labor at 39 weeks reduces risk
Too much sleep is bad for you Too much sleep is bad for you
The cause of morning sickness has been found The cause of morning sickness has been found
A protein controls a type of glaucoma A protein controls a type of glaucoma
Foods with both fat and carbohydrates may trigger brain reponse Foods with both fat and carbohydrates may trigger brain reponse
Virginia has agreed to expand Medicaid under ACA Virginia has agreed to expand Medicaid under ACA
Alcohol consumption raises cancer risk, doctors warn
Reducing alcohol use greatly reduces cancer risks, a leading organization of U.S. cancer doctors said in a statement Tuesday. The statement cited research that finds that one or more alcoholic beverages a day increases risks of breast cancer.
Model Lauren Wasser says she'll 'inevitably' lose her left leg to toxic shock syndrome
Model Lauren Wasser reveals that she will eventually have a second leg amputation because of the pain she still suffers from after her life-threatening battle with toxic shock syndrome.
Moving image stored in bacterial DNA
In the end, the GIF played back with 90 percent accuracy. And even when the team uploaded the movie backward, they could view the galloping horse in reverse.
Cancer patients who use alternative therapies 'twice as likely' to die
A new study suggests that alternative cancer therapies are doing more harm than good.
Babies fed solid food sooner sleep better, study says
A new study suggests that babies fed solid food earlier on in life sleep better.
MIT app can spot depression from the way you talk
MIT researchers created an app that can detect depression in a person based on their natural conversational and writing style.
Researchers discover way to turn any blood type to universal O
A team of Canadian researchers just discovered a method that could turn any blood type to universal O.
Robots might hold key to social success for kids with autism
A new study shines a light on the potential of robots for teaching behavior to autistic children.
Moderate drinking might lower risk of heart disease, study says
Research suggests that moderate drinking might decrease the risk of heart disease compared to those that don't drink at all.
Germs are gaining resistance to hospital hand gels, study says
The prevalence of hospital hand gels is increasing germ resistance to them, according to a new study.
Long-term teetotallers at higher risk of dementia, study says
Researchers suggest that compared to moderate drinking, both complete abstinence from alcohol and heavy drinking increase dementia risk.
Single molecule deficiency could mean severe and treatment-resistant depression
Scientists have discovered the connection between a common nutritional supplement and depression.
FDA asks for ban on selling kratom after salmonella outbreak sickens 130
Kratom is said to curb opioid withdrawal and has made claims that it is effective against cancer.
Scientists say antibiotic resistance spreads through air
Researchers say the startling spread of infections proves how bad the antibiotic-resistant bacteria problem has become.
Magnetic surgical cement could heal spinal fractures, study says
A unique new procedure uses a magnetically-guided system of drug delivery to reach spinal fractures.
Cannabis-like drug could help Alzheimer's patients, study says
A new study sheds light on the promise of a cannabis-like drug called nabilone for treating agitation in Alzheimer's patients.
200,000 Evacuated over Concerns of US' Tallest Dam
Gut bacteria is linked to successful weight-loss
A new study concludes that successful dieters had an abundance of Phascolarctobacterium.
Adderall doesn't help as expected
Adderall does not help when used outside of prescriptions.
Are probiotics really safe?
Probiotic drugs may not be as healthy as previously thought.
New study proves that fasting increases stem cell regeneration
Scientists study the metabolic effects of fasting in mice, finding an increase in cell regeneration.
Why aren't we using Biosimilar drugs?
Are Biomedical drugs an alternative to prescription drugs?
Adult brains do not create new neurons, study reports
A study has found compelling evidence that the human brain stops creating new neurons as it ages.
Scooters may actually be bad for your health
Scooters can be dangerous according to medical experts.
Omega-3 supplements do not prevent heart disease
Researchers have found there is no link between omega 3 supplements and increased heart health.
Health officials warn of new STD that could morph into a superbug
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are gaining prevalence, officials warn.
Ways exercise changes your brain for the better
Researchers say physical activity can help improve your mental and physical health.
Doctors may find it difficult to detect heart attack symptoms in women
An exploratory research study suggests a gender gap exists in detecting heart attack symptoms in women.
Smart bandage is able to monitor wounds, administer medicine
A newly developed smart bandage is capable of both tracking and treating severe wounds.
Liver cancer rates are rising
Liver cancer death rates are rising at alarming rates.
Third-hand smoke could linger for decades, study reports
Scientists studying cigarettes found that third-hand smoke can stay in areas for years.
Is shock therapy a usable treatment again?
The controversial shock therapy treatment may become popular again.
Immunotherapy shows promise in combating lung cancer
Scientists found that immunotherapy could help lead to faster, more efficient lung cancer treatments.
An egg a day may lead to a healthy heart
A new study shows that one egg a day may be beneficial to general heart health.
CRISPR shows promise for treating muscular dystrophy
A group of scientists have discovered yet another disease that CRISPR can effectively combat.
Older people who break bones have higher death risk
Broken bones in older people can lead to a higher chance of dying.
New technology could help predict if people are at risk for suicide
A group of researchers have developed a way to test for suicidal thoughts and tendencies.
A pill might help concussion victims
There is a pill that cures concussions that might soon be on the market.
Scientists find a "switch" in the brain that is the basis of sugar cravings
Associating the taste of sugar with pleasure could be turned off by simply flipping a switch.
Mild head trauma could lead to Parkinson's, study reports
A team of scientists have found a link between small head injuries and Parkinson's disease.
CDC warns not to eat a Kellogg's cereal
A popular Kellogg's cereal is contaminated with salmonella.
Scientists cure brain tumors with genetic code
Scientists cured brain tumors in mice using nano technology.
Heart attacks affect women more than men, study reports
New research shows that women experience more heart attacks than men, reinforcing the gender differences within the issue.
U.S. drinkers have 17 billion binge drinks a year, study reports
New data shows that U.S. binge drinkers can consume 470 or more drinks a year.
Regular exercise helps maintain a healthy brain
Scientists have discovered that roughly 52 hours of exercise over a 6 month period is all a person needs to boost their brain.
DARPA awards contract to develop an app that monitors soldiers' health
The Pentagon wants to monitor service member health through the use of smartphones.
Office snacks may contribute to widespread health problems
A new study shows that office workers snack much too often.
Microbiome accounts for more than half our body's total cell count
Nearly every part of the human body is covered in microscopic creatures.
False embryos may shed light on human fertility, study reports
Synthetic embryos created without sperm or eggs could help shed light on infertility.
Human's height and weight evolved at different speeds
Humans first evolved to be tall and skinny before they gained weight.