Pet rats have been linked to a recent outbreak of Seoul virus, a type of hantavirus, in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Chinese scientists created the first lab-produced sperm from stem cells to breed healthy mice which may become a potential treatment for male infertility in the future.
A study by Brigham Young University offers a glimpse to a future where websites are technologically capable of knowing their users’ emotions through the mouse cursor movements, patterns, speed, and precision.
Researchers have developed the first animal model for ALS dementia - a form of ALS that also damages the brain. The advance would help researchers see the brains of living mice, under anesthesia, at the microscopic level.
A new mouse study linked a zinc deficiency prior to conception to slowed fetal development and poor reproductive functions.
Scientists have unveiled a detailed 3D map of the 75 million neurons of a mouse brain. Reportedly, it is the most complex diagram of a mammalian brain ever created.
When mother mice involve socially for mates in a rather promiscuous environment, they give birth to more active sons, study proves. Their sons play hard till they live but die young. Their sexier smell is the reason of their shorter lives.
Researchers found in mouse models that a diet high in fat and calories could lead to pancreas cancer.
Researchers found that low doses of a psychedelic drug could help treat fear.
Scientists report that new genetically modified rats might make research into Alzheimer's disease better due to the similarity between the mutations of these rats and those of patients.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.