Researchers Publish Findings on Study Involving Sleep, Adolescent Stress
Four faculty members at New Mexico State University have published findings of their study involving effective measures to remedy stress among...
Quadruple amputee mom says, 'I just have to go with it' after surgery
A Utah woman is in the hospital recovering after having both her arms and legs amputated.
Twin gets life-saving transplant while it's too late for brother
Twin brothers from Texas, who were both diagnosed last year with stage 4 cirrhosis of the liver both need a transplant but only one is getting a...
Hepatitis C killing Arizona death row inmates, not lethal injection
Death row inmates in Arizona have died before getting lethal injection. Five prisoners died from “natural causes” related to Hepatitis C...
Mass. Eye and Ear Performs First FDA-Approved Gene Therapy Procedure for Inherited Disease
Massachusetts Eye and Ear made medical history on Tuesday by performing the first post-FDA approval gene therapy for patients with a form of...
Amygdala Neurons Increase as Children Become Adults - Except in Autism
In a striking new finding, researchers at the UC Davis MIND Institute found that typically-developing children gain more neurons in a region of...
"Missing Mutation" Found in Severe Infant Epilepsy
Researchers have discovered a "missing mutation" in severe infant epilepsy--long-suspected genetic changes that might trigger overactive,...
More Americans at risk for heart attack and stroke, says a new study
Most U.S. adults have poor cardiovascular health, and more people are at risk for heart attacks and strokes today than was true a generation ago, a...
A woman mocked for her ugly leg takes revenge and becomes a model
A woman who hid her ugly leg for 14-years after being mocked by bullies strikes back at her tormentors and becomes a model.
Limiting Work Shifts for Medical Trainees Affects Satisfaction, But Not Educational Outcomes
Limiting first-year medical residents to 16-hour work shifts, compared to "flexing" them to allow for some longer shifts, generally makes...
Vegetable Compound Could Have a Key Role in 'Beeting' Alzheimer's Disease
A compound in beets that gives the vegetable its distinctive red color could eventually help slow the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the...
Well : What Young Rats’ Workouts Could Tell Us About the Human Heart
Exercising as a youngster might mean more heart-muscle cells as a grown-up.