A new study reported that women's health is still underrepresented in research studies.
Researchers at MIT have demonstrated a water filter made out of a small piece of sapwood from a white pine tree which can get rid of 99 percent of the bacteria from the contaminated water.
There is no denying that left-handed people have different brains and genes compared to the right-handed people. For such and other reasons left-handed people are considered less in the scientific research as subjects.
The FDA has asked Sprout Pharmaceuticals to perform more trials for its female sexual libido drug.
Crocodiles, that are thought to be slow swimmers and ground waddlers, can sometimes accomplish the ability to climb trees, according to U.S. researchers.
The NIH has teamed up with 10 drug companies and patient advocacy groups in order to fight diseases, such as Alzheimer's.
A research team from Japan and the U.S. were able to convert adult cells into embryonic cells without altering DNA in mouse models.
A research team at Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) have reported that they will soon be able to prevent cell invasion and also treat mucormycosis in disease models with the use of antibodies that will block the CotH proteins up to an extent.
People with small-fiber neuropathy sometimes get faulty signals from the tiny nerves spread all over the body. This causes an odd constellation of symptoms overlapping with symptoms of fibromyalgia, a new study found.
Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron pledged to double the funding for dementia research within the UK.
A new survey found that the majority of people believe that technology will drive healthcare in the future.
Scientists have discovered a new mechanism of a signaling protein and its receptor that may help block the growth of new blood vessels and cancer development.
The HOPE Act, signed by President Barack Obama, opens up research into organ transportation between HIV-positive patients.
In a new article, a group of professors recommended the FDA to start regulating and marketing probiotics for stomach health.
There's a new hangover cure on the scene and it's not as sloppy as a greasy breakfast meal or as bitter as tomato juice. Researchers have found that the carbonated lemon-lime drink Sprite can have soothing effects on a hangover.
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.