Cancer cells need food to survive and grow. They're very good at getting it, too, even when nutrients are scarce.
Researchers employing a century-old observational technique have determined the precise configuration of humulones, substances derived from hops that give beer its distinctive flavor.
Researchers from Japan have found that monkeys synchronize their body movements with peers, just like humans do.
Omega-3 fatty acids help in improving the bone health of laying hens, according to a new study.
Most patients with an inherited heart condition known as arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C) don't know they have a problem until they're in their early 20s.
A new study has found that lightning may cause migraines and headaches.
Proposed changes to the upcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) will affect the criteria used to assess alcohol problems. One change would collapse the two diagnoses of alcohol abuse (AA) and alcohol dependence (AD) into a single diagnosis called alcohol use disorder (AUD). A second change would remove "legal problems," and a third would add a criterion of "craving." A study of the potential consequences of these changes has found they are unlikely to significantly change the prevalence of diagnoses.
A new study will be carried out on golden retrievers to help fight canine cancer, reports The Associated Press.
Disturbed habitats are causing increased stress levels and resulting in poor diets for monkeys.
Researchers have warned that the unaffected colony of koala population in Campbelltown, New South Wales, is facing a major threat of getting chlamydia infection.
The wrinkles that we get on our fingers as a result of a long soak in water can serve the purpose of holding wet objects better.
Researchers from Oxford University have restored the eyesight of blind mice by injecting light-sensing cells into their eyes.
Hot chocolate tastes better when served in orange and cream cups rather than white or red. This finding was put forward by researchers from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Oxford.
Scientists have discovered a strong antibiotic in the blood stream of giant pandas that can help in killing microbes like fungus and bacteria.