Experimental Drug can Reduce Muscle Damage, Bleeding Risk in Heart Attack Survivors
Researchers say that an experimental drug can not only reduce damage to muscles during a heart attack, but also lower bleeding.
Maryam Mirzakhani becomes the First Woman to Win Fields Medal
Stanford University professor Maryam Mirzakhani has become the first woman to win the prestigious Fields Medal.
Potential Biomarker for PTSD Found
Researchers have found the potential biomarkers for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Nanoparticles in Food can Harm Liver
Nanoparticles found in food and beverages might damage liver and other organs, a new study has found.
Lunar Meteorites Help Explain Moon's Crust Formation
Researchers have a new explanation for the origin of moon's crust.
PMS Evolved to Increase Reproductive Chances in Women
Researchers say that premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is nature's way of improving chances of reproduction in women.
Scientists Create 3D Brain-Like Tissue
Researchers have created a 3D brain-like tissue that mimics functions and structure of a rat brain.
Lupus Patients have High Rates of Readmission, Study
A new study has found that systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) patients have high risk of being rehospitalized within 30 days of discharge.
Internet-Based Cognitive Therapy can Help People Cope with Anxiety
Cognitive behaviour therapy via internet can help people cope with anxiety, a new study shows.
Frequent Marijuana Use can Lower IQ, Cause Memory Problems in Teens
Frequent marijuana use can lead to cognitive decline, poor attention and memory problems in teenagers and young adults, researchers say.
Common Antimicrobial Chemicals pose Health Risks for Mothers, Babies
Pregnant women and their fetuses around the world face several long-term health risks due to exposure to antimicrobial compounds, researchers say.
Icequakes in Antarctica Linked to 2010 Chile Earthquake
The 8.8-magnitude earthquake that shook Chile in 2010 also rattled ice in Antarctica, a new study reveals.
Scientists Create 'Tractor Beams' that Move Objects in Water
Researchers from Australia have created tractor beam on water. The technique could help control floating objects and even confine oil spills.
Depression, Cognitive Problems Linked with Brain Shrinkage in Old People
Brains of old people, who suffer from depression or cognitive impairments, age faster than the brains of other happy senior citizens, a new study has found.