Brazilian researchers are the first to demonstrate the action of PRIMA-1 against amyloid aggregates of mutant p53 protein, structure found in more than half of malignant tumors
A new study reveals that paralysis patients now have a shot for recovery with an experimental treatment that includes a spinal implant and physical therapy. A handful of patients already show positive results.
Sometimes you have to help a foe to defeat a greater enemy. Scientists say that keeping mosquitoes from getting the parasite can prevent them from infecting humans with deadly malaria.
Too much cleaning might not be a good thing, after all. A new study reveals that frequent use of household cleaning products have been found to affect the gut in infants and promote weight gain in children.
Even unborn babies are in danger of air pollution as a new study reveals sooty particles can make its way to the placenta. The placenta is an organ that nourishes the fetus as it develops in the mother's womb.
BPA-free plastic is often perceived as the safe option. This is likely untrue, scientists say in a new study that reveals products that use BPA alternatives appear to cause the same reproductive problems that BPA does.
There's a promising new cancer vaccine in the works that has a perfect survival rate in mice with melanoma. Even more impressively, the same vaccine is also effective in preventing the recurrence of tumors.
Dubbed the silent killer, hypertension is a major problem in the United States and worldwide. Now, the American Heart Association reveals that certain lifestyle changes can significantly drop blood pressure and even reduce the need for medication.
For centuries, the world has been trying to figure out the secret behind Mona Lisa's mysterious smile. Doctors now say that clues in Leonardo da Vinci's iconic painting point to hyperthyroidism.
Japanese cancer researcher based in Atlanta praises the anime 'Cells at Work!' for giving accurate depictions of the immune system battling against cancer cells.
This tiny electronic implant could revolutionize neurological treatments in the future. So far, laboratory tests have shown that the device is effective in detecting, stopping, and preventing epileptic seizures.
People with numerous deep wrinkles on their forehead are at nearly 10 times greater risk of cardiovascular disease, according to the European Society of Cardiology. The 20-year study, which included 3,200 participants, revealed a low-cost method of identifying high-risk individuals.
For exhausted parents, baby poop isn’t a very welcoming sight. For scientists, it is full of potential as a great source of medically beneficial probiotics.
Low or moderate drinkers, beware. In a comprehensive study, scientists say there's really no amount of alcohol that's safe for drinking. They're now calling for a revamp of health guidelines, many of which encourage up to two drinks a day.
There's a confirmed case of a particularly nasty type of STD in the United Kingdom. Here's everything you need to know about the horrifying infection that causes oozing lesions in the genitals — and why it's not time to panic.