A green light for green light.
Running to catch the bus might help you live longer.
A recent study reveals how nerve insulation becomes impaired in the brains of Alzheimer's patients.
In an animal study, it blocked the drug from crossing into the brain.
This small phase 1 study suggests that CRISPR-engineered T cells are safe and potentially effective, but there is a long way to go.
Becoming less physically active as you get older is not inevitable.
Virtually all the statistical methods researchers commonly use assume potential mating partners decide who they will have children with based on a roll of the dice.
The genes responsible for facial features may also influence behavior.
Mycobacterium leprae, the bacteria that cause leprosy, have the surprising ability to grow and reverse aging in armadillo livers.
Caffeine does something, but it's not clear exactly what.
It weakens the bacteria so that the immune system can destroy it.
The potential new drug is in a class of its own, as it works differently than any other antidepressant on the market.
If everyone just showed up to their appointments, $150 billion of waste could be averted.
The cannabis plant produces both THC – the psychoactive component in marijuana – and the compound commonly known as CBD, which does not lead to a "high."
Three years after the pandemic began, we still don't know the origin of COVID. A strange lack of curiosity has stifled the debate.
Brown noise, the better-known white noise, and even pink noise are all sonic hues.
Years of shoddy research have overstated the risk.
A new study concludes that eating more carbohydrates reduces a person's risk of major depressive disorder.
Paradoxically, some do it for erotic reasons.
The "love hormone" might be an unexplored treatment for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
There is no one prehistoric meal plan.
There may be a faster, less-painful way to use radiation against cancer.
The president identified developing MCED tests as a priority for the Cancer Moonshot.
About 8% of our genome is made of leftover viruses from our ancestors' infections.
Antibodies can start forming in intestines over 10 years before symptoms arise.
The answer may depend on your lifestyle.
Some patients wait over 5 years for a liver transplant.
A technique called targeted memory reactivation could improve common treatments for nightmare disorder.
Balancing realism and optimism in a dire situation is a key to success.
Oxytocin can boost heart cells' ability to regenerate.