Health & Medicine
The staining patterns of B-amyloid precursor protein in the brains of sudden infant death syndrome babies is similar to those who died of accidental asphyxiation.
New research into people of Chinese origin casts doubt on the theory that neurological behavior is a product of culture.
Pneumococcal vaccination programs should focus on children with the poorest access to healthcare services, according to a study.
The smaller the difference between the length of your ring and index fingers, the higher your chance of knee replacement in old age, according to a study.
Research suggests that childhood obesity leads to an additional US$19,000 in lifetime medical costs per child.
A study shows that PET scans could potentially be used to diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome.
Although they have similar levels of physical activity, people from Generation X are more than twice as likely to be obese, compared to baby boomers at the same age.
Scientists have found that drinking water can activate different areas of the brain, depending on whether the subject is thirsty or satiated.
Mosquitoes, flies, ticks and bugs may be a threat to your health and that of your family, warns the World Health Organization.
After three years of zero polio cases, the World Health Organization has certified that Southeast Asia is polio-free.