Dental Research Shows That Smoking Weakens Immune Systems
Researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine found that smoking also weakens the ability for pulp in teeth to...
They Say Sexual Assault, Kavanaugh Says It Never Happened: Sifting Truth From Memory
How trauma and time alter the way we recollect significant events.
Paralyzed patients take first steps after implant, intense rehab
Three people whose legs were paralyzed for years can stand and take steps again thanks to an electrical implant that zaps the injured spinal cord —...
Researchers develop 'world's first' Alzheimer's treatment, study claims
Scientists have developed a new way of battling Alzheimer’s.
College football running back forced to retire over neck condition
Northwestern running back Jeremy Larkin will be forced to retire from football due to an ongoing neck condition, the school announced Monday.
Pills for appendicitis? Surgery often not needed, study says
A new study says surgery isn't always needed for appendicitis and that antibiotics instead can often do the trick.
Georgia jury awards $31M over boy's botched circumcision
A law firm says a Georgia jury has awarded $31 million to a boy for a botched circumcision he received as a newborn.
Two Studies Describe Improved Approach to Bone Marrow Transplants
Two recent studies in the journal Leukemia present a new approach for bone marrow donation and transplant that preclinical laboratory tests...
Study finds that enzymes 'partner up' to accelerate cancer, aging diseases
Indiana University researchers have identified cellular processes that appear to supercharge both the growth and shrinkage of the chemical "caps"...
Appendicitis? Antibiotics May Be All You Need
A five-year study found that in many cases of uncomplicated appendicitis, surgery was not necessary.
Shingles Vaccine Shortages Result From High Demand
Shingrix, the vaccine approved last year to prevent shingles, has proved so popular that its maker, GlaxoSmithKline, has not been able to produce...
Genetic testing: Not a one-and-done deal
A study that reviewed genetic testing results from 1.45 million individuals found that nearly 25 percent of "variants of uncertain significance"...