It is very important for a person to know their blood type for a variety of reasons. One of the prime purposes is that your blood type might be a strong clue to your risk of heart disease.
A new study that is being published in the journal Nature Genetics have identified 10 new regions of DNA linked to type 2 diabetes, increasing the number of genes and gene regions associated with the disease to more than 60.
Researchers discovered that eating chocolate could help to sharpen up the mind and give a short-term boost to cognitive skills.
Researchers found that important and resourceful bacteria in the baby microbiome can ferret out nourishment from a previously unknown source, possibly helping at-risk infants break down components of breast milk.
A new study suggests that there is no link between migraine and mental decline.
A new study suggests that taking aspirin may reduce the risk of cancer deaths but not as thought earlier.
A new research finds out that stress causes men to get attracted to obese women than preferring normal women.
A new study suggests that drinking grapefruit juice may help increase the effect of anti-cancer drug more than three times of the medication.
A commercial vaccine for cattle can effectively reduce levels of E. coli by more than 50 percent.
A research related to zebrafish eye development could lead to a better understanding of vision problems that affect billions of people.
Research identifies a protein group that may kick-start allergic reactions.
Researchers report new evidence that exposure to three types of mold during infancy may have a direct link to asthma development during childhood.