Brain Network Interactions Can Indicate Trust Levels Among Teams Performing Robot-Assisted Surgery
Trust among surgical teams can be measured using EEG activity, according to new Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center research published in...
Harry Connick Jr. talks colon cancer screening options
Now that the Broadway crooner has turned 50, he is raising awareness on a cancer whose timely screening is crucial, colon cancer.
Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42
More than chronicling her colon cancer, she wrote about hope, love and family and recalled being born blind in Vietnam and her family’s escape in a...
Omega-6s in Nuts, Seeds and Vegetable Oils May Aid the Heart
Men who had the highest omega-6 levels tended to have fewer deaths from heart disease and other causes.
E-cigarette users may be less likely to quit smoking, says a new study
Smokers who also use e-cigarettes may be half as likely to give up tobacco as smokers who never vape at all, a European study suggests.
In a Severe Childhood Neurodegeneration, Novel Mechanism Found
Neurology researchers investigating a rare but devastating neurological regression in infants have discovered the cause: gene mutations that...
Netflix Adds a Warning Video to ‘13 Reasons Why’
After facing criticism for how the show’s first season depicted suicide, Netflix commissioned a study that has led the network to offer viewers...
Man has leg amputated, fights for his life after horrific motorbike crash in Thailand
A motorcycle ride had his right leg amputated and is fighting for his life after a horrible crash in Thailand.
A New Test for Urothelial Cancers Is Less Invasive, More Accurate
UroSEEK is aimed toward early detection of bladder cancer in at-risk patients. In almost one-third of patients, bladder cancer detection is late.
Matter: Was a Tiny Mummified Skeleton an Alien? No, but the Real Story Is Almost as Strange
Known as “Ata,” the six-inch-long skeleton was discovered in Chile and may have had genetic mutations causing a bone disorder never before documented.
Scientists Pinpoint Cause of Vascular Aging in Mice
-Scientists identify mechanism behind vascular aging, muscle demise in mice. -Treatment with chemical compounds reversed vascular aging,...
Boosting Enzyme May Help Improve Blood Flow, Fitness in Elderly
A well-studied enzyme called SIRT1 declines in the blood vessels with age and restoring it reverses the effects of vascular aging in mice. After...