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Micrometastases are not usually picked up by current cancer screening technology because of their minute size. Using nanoprobes might solve that problem.
Learn about the nopal cactus, commonly known as the prickly pear cactus. This article looks at its nutritional content and possible health benefits.
As the holidays are getting into full swing, Christmas trees are popping up all around us. But can our festive trees make us sick? We investigate.
A look at how to stop an atrial fibrillation (Afib) episode. Included is detail on the best ways to prevent an episode and when you should see a doctor.
In this year's Christmas issue of the BMJ, researchers explore whether or not the biblical saying 'pride comes before a fall' holds any truth.
A new analysis takes a look at cancer mortality among American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Survival rates for some cancers are significantly poorer.
What we eat can affect our psychological health, but which foods are beneficial? A new study suggests that the answer may depend on our age.
New research suggests that the brain regards talking inside of our heads as equivalent to talking out loud, with the same degree of dampened response.
Low blood pressure, or hypotension, during pregnancy does not usually cause major health issues, and can be treated with at-home care. Learn more.
A look at white hair, a common change that many people experience as they age. Included is detail on genetic factors and stress-related causes.
Pearly penile papules are harmless white spots that appear on the penis. Learn more about their symptoms and how to remove them here.
Results of a phase II clinical trial suggest that high-intensity exercise may help to delay the progression of motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease.
A new study published in the Christmas edition of the BMJ explores the science behind the so-called 'man flu' phenomenon, finding evidence to back it.
Cervical ectropion is a condition where cells from inside the cervix form a red, inflamed patch on the outside the cervix. Learn more.
Diagnosing certain types of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder remains challenging. A new study shows that facial recognition software may improve accuracy.
Researchers have found that soy and cruciferous vegetables, such as Brussels sprouts, could reduce the long-term side effects of breast cancer treatment.
Targeting SUV420H2 may increase treatment response as the enzyme silences genes that stop pancreatic cancer cells morphing into a more aggressive state.
A look at how to make yourself sneeze. Included is detail on the causes of a sneeze and the best ways to trigger a sneeze to relieve congestion.
While hives can be very irritating, there are many ways to treat, soothe, and get rid of hives. In most cases, the rash usually settles within a few days.
Sugary foods can cause a temporary sweet aftertaste. However, a persistent sweet taste in the mouth can be a sign of a number of serious conditions.