Scientists have found that manipulating a cell signal, involving vitamin D, can slow the growth of melanoma cells and their advance to the lungs in mice.
A new study has looked at why people who experience déjà vu sometimes have warped memories regarding the accuracy of their false predictions.
An innovative method that researchers have tested in mouse models could help fight harmful inflammatory responses triggered by sepsis and stroke.
How does punishing your dog affect its psychological welfare? New research compares various training methods in search of an answer.
The CDC have recently published information regarding a multi-state Salmonella outbreak. The infections are linked with ground beef consumption.
A shoulder can crack or pop for many reasons, ranging from injuries to chronic conditions. Learn more about the causes here, along with when to see a doctor.
Rosehip oil is antioxidant-rich and may be helpful for a number of skin issues. Read on to discover how rosehip oil may benefit the skin, plus its potential side effects and drawbacks.
Several conditions can cause facial numbness, including migraine, allergies, and Bell’s palsy. Learn more about these and other causes in this article.
The temporal bone is one of the thickest bones in the skull. In this article, we look at the structure and function of this bone and the injuries that can affect it.
Crohn’s disease can sometimes lead to health complications, such as intestinal strictures. Read this article to learn more about the formation of intestinal strictures, the symptoms, and how to treat them.
Saw palmetto is a popular remedy for hair loss. This article will discuss the research on saw palmetto as a treatment for hair loss, as well as how to use it and other possible remedies.
A fever is an uncomfortable symptom of infection or illness. Learn about the best home remedies for fever in children and adults here.
The external rotation of the hip helps people get into cars, pitch baseballs, and do a variety of other activities. Learn more here.
The finding of a new study in mice could lead to an effective treatment for the West Nile and Zika viruses, even once they have reached the nervous system.
A new study finds that, in people with PTSD, those who use cannabis are less likely to experience depressive episodes and suicidal thoughts than nonusers.
New research finds that the hospital disinfectant Clorox comes close, but does not fully eradicate the bacterium Clostridioides difficile.
Mood disorders, anxiety, and PTSD often share symptoms and occur together. A new study tries to identify similarities in neural activity.
New research in mice shows that exposure to biodiverse soil raises levels of a beneficial gut bacterium and correlates with reduction in anxiety.
Back pain and nausea can often occur at the same time and cause much discomfort. Learn about the causes and symptoms, when to see a doctor, and appropriate treatment options here.
Nose hairs are perfectly natural and normal. However, some people may wish to remove visible nose hairs for cosmetic reasons. Read on to discover the safest and most effective methods of removing nose hair.