Researchers from the University of Bradford have recently devised a simple "universal" blood test that can be used to diagnose whether people have cancer or not.
Trees are nature's answer to diminishing air pollution, as well as reducing respiratory problems for the human population, according to US Forest Service scientists and collaborators behind a new study.
Following a healthy lifestyle can lower metabolic syndrome risk in childhood cancer survivors, a new study suggests.
Drugs used to treat asthma and pneumonia tend to work with the body's clock, a new study has found. The research explains why these drugs become ineffective over time.
Researchers have found a new mechanism that sheds light on metabolism regulation. The study could lead to new treatment strategies to tackle diabetes, obesity by manipulating key proteins in brain.
Cancer cells avoid getting targeted by the body's immune system by tricking it into believing that everything is normal. A new study suggests that nanoparticles inserted into tumor cells can act as tiny alarm clocks that can wake up the immune system.
A new study suggests that epigenetic changes can drive cancers.
Early reading ability can predict future intellectual abilities, a new study suggests.
Researchers have found that an anti-inflammatory drug can lower motor function loss in a rat model of Parkinson's disease.
Exposure to light at night makes breast cancer resistant to tamoxifen, a new study suggests.
No, trees won't be thrusting out their collective branches to gently catch the next unlucky skydiver with a defective parachute, but they have been cleaning our air. The US Forest Service has just released a report that says that the worlds trees are saving an estimated 850 human lives a year by preventing acute respiratory symptoms.
A new study claims that only about eight percent of a person's DNA actually has some sort of function that impacts human life. The rest, they claim, is pretty-much just "junk" left over from millions of years of evolution.
Researchers from Washington State University have found that the pesticide methoxychlor is linked to adult onset kidney disease, ovarian disease and obesity among three generations.
A newly discovered virus is harboring inside the guts of more than half the world's population, and has gone undetected by scientists or decades, according to a new study.