Insulin can Help Treat Acute Pancreatitis
Insulin can protect pancreas cells from acute pancreatitis, researchers say.
Over 500 Methane Vents Found on Atlantic Ocean Floor Off the US East Coast
The Atlantic Ocean floor off the U.S. East Coast has over 500 methane vents, a new study has found.
Princeton University Develop Device that Measures Blood Glucose Using Lasers
Researchers at Princeton University have found way to use lasers to check blood glucose levels in diabetics.
Cigarettes with Low Levels of Nicotine Cut Addiction Risk
University of Waterloo researchers have found that cigarettes with low levels of nicotine can reduce addiction risk
Women Heart Attack Survivors More Likely to Have Longer Hospital Stays
Young women who suffer from heart attack have less positive outcomes than men, new study from Yale University finds.
Negativity can Improve Workplace Performance
Negative feelings at work can be good, new study suggests.
Ibuprofen in Rivers can Negatively Affect Fish Health; Researchers Say
Ibuprofen found in significant levels in UK rivers. New study suggests that the common drug might damage fish health.
Research Explains Why Old People Sleep Less
As people grow older, they lose brain cells that act as "sleep switch". The researchers say that this reduction in a certain kind of cells reduces quality of sleep in seniors.
Obesity Interferes with Breast Cancer Treatment
Obese postmenopausal women react differently to breast cancer treatment, a new study has found.
Instant Noodles Increase Heart Problems in Women: Study
Regular consumption of instant noodles, including ramen, can increase cardiometabolic syndrome risk, a new study suggests.
Inadequate Sleep can Lead to Obesity in Teens
Teenagers who get fewer hours of sleep each day hare at a higher risk of developing obesity by the time they are 21 years old, a new study shows.
Young Corals, Fish can 'Smell' Bad Reefs
Young corals and fish use chemical signals to distinguish between good and bad coral reefs, a new study has found.