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Until recently, the immune system and brain were considered entirely separate systems. New work shows that they are even more entwined than first thought.
Learn about some of the common causes of breast pain. These causes include skin changes, certain types of medication, and infections.
Treating mice with antibiotics decreases the level of plaques that cause Alzheimer’s disease and elevates microglial cell inflammation in the brain.
Researchers have created a compound that offers high protection against skin damage caused by UVA radiation, and they call for it to be added to sunscreen.
Researchers have embedded thread-based microfluidic networks with sensors inside 3-D tissue to measure tissue properties and transmit them wirelessly.
Find out about the alternatives to NSAIDs - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. This article looks at side effects, precautions, and when they're used.
Researchers reveal how odors emitted by chickens repel mosquitoes. The discovery could lead to new strategies to protect humans against malaria.
One of the first large-scale, long-term studies to investigate the effects of hormone therapy on memory in postmenopausal women draws a blank.
Researchers have identified an antigen that may protect against different strains of chlamydia-causing bacteria, paving the way for a chlamydia vaccine.
Pokémon Go has taken the world by storm. Some praise its benefits, others condemn it as dangerous. Here, we ask whether or not this will end in tears.
Research has shown that homemade baby foods may be no more superior than store-bought. Furthermore, homemade may exceed energy and fat recommendations.
Replacing carbohydrates and saturated fats with unsaturated fats appears to help lower the chance of developing type 2 diabetes, finds a meta-analysis.
In a new review, a psychologist discusses how engaging in fiction - whether through reading a book or watching a TV drama - may improve real-world empathy.
The prevalence of diabetes amongst teenagers could be higher than previously thought. Diabetes in youth is associated with early onset of health problems.
Researchers describe how it may be possible to use a patient's own stem cells and a 3-D, synthetic scaffold to grow new hip joint-shaped cartilage.
Positive thinking and genetics combine in a new framework proposed by researchers, who say the approach could yield personalized therapies.
Find out about the many reasons why there might be mucus in your stool. This article looks at the causes and possible treatments for mucus in stool.
Researchers find a link between the fluctuations of 'bad' cholesterol levels and a reduction in the cognitive ability of an elderly population.
Symptoms of chronic nasal congestion are unlikely to be eased through steam inhalation, new research finds, though nasal irrigation may be effective.
The sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea, one of the most common among Americans, is becoming resistant to azithromycin - a main recommended treatment.