He wear no shoeshine, he got toe-jam football...
Understanding these links could bring us closer to a cure.
An experiment in rats suggests that gene editing may be a treatment for anxiety and alcoholism in adults who were exposed to binge-drinking in their adolescence.
Drugs that stifle acute inflammation may prevent the body from healing properly.
Researchers believe they have found a single point mutation in an infection-sensing gene that causes the autoimmune disorder.
Thanks to genetic clues, scientists discovered that an old stroke therapy that had abandoned for decades might just work.
It's the clitoris, stupid!
The Spanish language has the ability to minimize and exaggerate by the simple addition of a suffix.
A large study links pornography use to decreased sexual performance for men and increased sexual performance for women.
A new wave of preventative cancer vaccines are set to begin trials.
The same technology behind the COVID-19 vaccines may enable the first damage-reversing heart attack cure.
A study finds prescription medications and dangerous unlisted ingredients in ordinary supplements.
SIDS deaths have decreased worldwide, but research has yet to solve this medical mystery.
Disulfiram is an FDA-approved drug for the treatment of chronic alcoholism. It might also serve as anti-anxiety medication.
Shoving platelet-rich plasma up your nose might restore your sense of smell after COVID. But whether it actually works still needs to be sniffed out.
After mammoth investments and two decades of anti-aging research, what do immortality proponents have to show for it?
Can electrical stimulation meaningfully substitute for natural touch during a complex task in the real world? We think so.
Behavioral interventions may be better for long-term health.
Much of the discussion began during the pandemic, which really brought mental health issues to the forefront.
A new, easy-to-use, $5-device helps address male infertility. It isolates healthy sperm cells based on their natural behavior.
Standard probiotics cannot compare to the diversity that your microbes have.
Older adults who napped at least once or for more than an hour a day had a 40% higher chance of developing Alzheimer’s than those who napped less.
Intracellular bacteria promote cancer metastasis by enhancing the tumor cells' resistance to mechanical stress in the bloodstream
The Human Genome Project put together 92% of our DNA blueprint. Here's what it took to complete the rest.
Overwashing is bad for skin health, but many people do it anyway. One reason is that our brains intimately associate stink with disgust.