Articles By Rebecca Lim
Researchers have discovered that a single gene called ld1, which is ‘switched on’ by a high fat diet, appears to lead to diabetes.
Efforts to create an effective vaccine against the potentially fatal Hepatitis C virus have received a major boost following the discovery of two weaknesses within the virus.
Researchers are using magnetic stimulators to jump start the brain after a stroke and repair swallowing functions which malfunction in over half of stroke patients.
Research released by the Obesity Policy Coalition reveals 87 percent of Australian grocery buyers are in favor of clearer nutrition labels on packaged food in the form of traffic light ratings.
Patients with severe mental illnesses are three times more likely than the general population to lose all their teeth because of poor oral health.
A new study has found that middle-aged women who eat slowly are much less likely to be overweight or obese than those who eat at a faster pace.
Researchers have found that the majority of young people with history of ketamine abuse have a reduced bladder capacity of up to 37 percent.
New research shows that the occurrence of narcolepsy in China peaks in April, five to seven months after the peak flu season, but the flu vaccine is unlikely the cause of the increase.
We speak with CUHK’s Prof. Rossa Chiu Wai Kwun, a doctor who has developed a safer, non-invasive technique for fetal genetic testing.
A family history of pink disease is a significant risk factor for developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD), says a new study.