Researchers found that a low-glycemic index Mediterranean diet improves some aspects of health-related quality of life but ...
There's a frustrating fact about today's immunotherapies for cancer. While sometimes they work beautifully -; completely ...
An "unconventional" immune response now identified by scientists from the Hackensack Meridian Center for Discovery and Innovation (CDI) is a potential new pathway for developing new vaccines for ...
A network of proteins found in the central nervous system could be harnessed to increase the effectiveness and reduce the side effects of popular diabetes and weight-loss drugs, according to new ...
A groundbreaking study conducted at the lab of Beth Stevens, PhD, at Boston Children's Hospital has revealed that an immune protein impacts neuronal protein synthesis in the aging brain.
If a man and a woman each suffer a heart attack, you may assume the symptoms and diagnoses should be the same. That's not always the case. While men are more likely to show the more "typical" signs of ...
A new study suggests that reducing systolic blood pressure below the clinically safe threshold of 120 mmHg over time may produce slight health-protective benefits against late-life dementia and help ...
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have found that children living in areas with high levels of deprivation are three times more likely to have severe tooth decay that requires a dental ...
Researchers explore the impact of lifestyle and health conditions on the prevalence and incidence of cognitive decline.
Friends of young people who self-harm or have suicidal thoughts may need additional support to prevent negative outcomes on their own mental wellbeing, in addition to the support needed by young ...
How do neurons react to magic mushrooms? What happens in the brain when we see motion, or when we recognize grain patterns in a piece of wood? How do our brains track the subtle changes in our friends ...
American diets may have gotten healthier and more diverse in the months following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study led by Penn State researchers.