As improving biotech offers us longevity, we can prepare to live much better as we age.
The body uses its own electricity to repair wounds. Faster healing may be possible with additional electrical stimulation.
Baby mice can regenerate damaged hair cells — and now that we know how they do it, maybe we can, too.
Epigenetic entropy shows that you can’t fully understand cancer without mathematics.
Gum disease begins in the mouth but spreads to the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis is just one of several diseases linked to poor oral health.
We get more REM sleep in the winter.
Researchers found that the average penis increased in size from 4.8 inches in 1992 to 6 inches in 2021. But in some regions, they shrank.
The initial study lays the groundwork for another larger, longer phase 2 trial.
"Rational vaccinology" could lead to effective cancer vaccines.
Eat your beans.
From the bedside to the lab bench, here’s how laboratory testing works.
It’s sustainable, nutritious and delicious. Scientists need to ramp up efforts to meet this urgent need.
The pathogen typically kills more than 90% of people it infects.
Get the most out of your coffee.
Hundreds of these cannabis-related chemicals now exist, both natural and synthetic, inspiring researchers in search of medical breakthroughs.
“It's a liquid, but it’s not just a liquid."
New blood types are regularly discovered by an unusual absence or an unusual presence — both of which can result in tragedy.
Researchers watched for signs of withdrawal — but didn't find any.
Viruses, it turns out, can block one another and take turns to dominate.
Warm relationships protect your mind and body from the slings and arrows of life.
Close to 70% of drugs advertised on TV offer little to no benefit over other cheaper drugs.
Millennials are reversing a 40-year decline in stroke deaths.
Once activated, the CRISPR-Cas12a2 system goes on a rampage, chopping up DNA and RNA indiscriminately, causing cell death.
Cryo-electron tomography, or cryo-ET, is the future of cell research.
Researchers have been developing a promising model that can more closely mimic the human body – organ-on-a-chip.
The vaccine provided protection for mouse and ferret models.
No coat required.
Tumor cells traverse many different types of fluids as they travel through the body.
More work is needed before declaring the technique a fountain of youth.
A food fight may finally be put to rest.