Health & Medicine
Reducing the levels of the gene DP103 could help shrink tumors and make patients more amenable to chemotherapy.
Obese males in China earn less than their lean counterparts, survey shows.
A study shows that pain experienced by irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients is linked to the defective production of opioid chemicals by immune cells.
Although the injected polio vaccine is currently not favored in the developing world, a study shows that it could be used to enhance the protection of the oral vaccine.
A study of over 10,000 South Koreans shows that eating instant noodles two or more times a week is associated with cardiovascular disease, but only for women.
Not only is heparin treatment expensive and painful, scientists now find that it is ineffective at preventing blood clotting complications in pregnant women.
Study shows that daily incense use is associated with a higher mortality rate due to cardiovascular disease.
A systematic review of autism spectrum disorders from 1990 to 2010 shows that the rate of autism has remained constant over the last 20 years.
Research shows that Vajrayana meditation can enhance cognitive performance, while Theravada meditation is relaxing.
A study of elderly Taiwanese couples shows that caring for a sick husband raises the wife’s blood sugar levels.