A recent study calculated the critical point in brain swelling, indicating when recovery becomes possible.
Improving insulin resistance can lower the risks of acquiring type 2 diabetes and dementia. Exercise and lifestyle choices can help improve and reduce insulin sensitivity.
A new research reveals a cellular mechanism that is responsible for the occurrence of multiple sclerosis. This breakthrough can open new opportunities in finding a new treatment for multiple sclerosis.
In a new study, it has been revealed that sex plays an important role in a happy marriage life.
Reversing aging has been proven to be possible in the latest experiment conducted on laboratory rats.
Experts reveal that high-intensity interval training can help in improving aging muscles and keep them healthy.
A new research conducted on laboratory mice managed to examine how the brain controls appetite and how it is linked with emotions.
Experts reveal the food groups that will help make you feel good and trim your waistline - the Happiness Diet.
Evidence was found that a high BMI, especially among men may increase the chances of acquiring liver diseases later in life
Peptide proteins found in spider venom may aid in protecting the human brain from damage after suffering a stroke.
A ten-month-old baby girl from the Ivory Coast had two extra legs and one extra spine removed after a successful parasitic twin surgery in Chicago.
A new experimental study looks into hepatitis drugs and multiple sclerosis medications in treating Ebola virus.
Physicians have documented the first ever cured adult patient diagnosed with congenital dyserythropoietic anemia.
A recent study suggests that after an intimate experience, couples develops the tendency to be more bonded and improves their relationship quality over time.
Latest studies reveal that vitamin E and selenium or a combination of both are ineffective in preventing dementia.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.