Stress. It's a simple word with a lot of impact. But what people don't know is stress can actually make you healthy — if you change your views on it. Most people believe stress is bad for you, which can lead to an increased risk of premature death, according to a...
Several scientists are concerned about racial bias in federal funding of medical research. Using National Institutes of Health data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, researchers find persistently lower approval levels for grants filed by minority researchers,...
According to a Pew Research Center report released in October, Americans are engaged and connected like never before. Nearly 70 percent own a smartphone, and 45 percent have a tablet-like device. It's clear that almost all of us interact...
Anatomic pathologists and clinical laboratories may gain a tool to identify tumor heterogeneity. This would enable them to ultimately guide personalized cancer therapies if a new method for measuring genetic variability...
A new scientific analysis of dozens of studies of traditional Chinese medicine and other nondrug treatments has found they improve cancer patients' overall quality of life and help alleviate depression, fatigue, pain, anxiety, insomnia and gastrointestinal problems. The...
Medicine's final line of defense against deadly disease has been breached, raising the specter of a global epidemic, scientists say, after finding bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotics. The discovery could herald a virtual return to the Dark Ages, with doctors unable...
The University of Rochester Medical Center is testing a new method to prevent HIV that scientists hope will boost the development of an effective vaccine for the virus, which infects approximately 2 million people each year, including 50,000 in the United States.
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