Studies suggested drinking in moderation could lower the risk of dementia, while not drinking alcohol and drinking heavily could have the opposite effect. Scientists wanted to find out why.
Natalie Rawnsley fell ill after dining at a buffet in Greece with her husband and two sons.
Between 2015 to 2016, deaths caused by synthetic opioids like fentanyl doubled.
Scientists studied thousands of elderly people in New York City to arrive at their conclusion.
More than 70 percent of women said their doctors didn't address their financial concerns, according to researchers.
Adrenaline increases blood flow to the heart and increases the chance of restoring a heartbeat. However, it also reduces blood flow in the tiny small blood vessels in the brain, which may cause brain damage.
At a time when drugs can take a decade from discovery to market, and as Big Pharma develops fewer drugs, a growing number of researchers are betting on old drugs.
The world of flora has long been a source of cancer-fighting therapies. The drug paclitaxel, for example, originally came from the Pacific yew tree.
Researchers implanted cancer cells in mice and then stimulated the reward circuits in their brains every day over two weeks. They observed a powerful response.
Scientists believe men create more of a protein called amphiregulin which helps with healing.
Alex Childress was gardening to raise for money for college when he encountered a poisonous giant hogweed.
An experimental HIV vaccine triggered an immune response in a clinical trial.
Scientists want to understand why male fertility rates have dropped so sharply—and how to reverse the trend.
Researchers found aspirin appeared to stimulate a part of the cells that clear debris in mice brains.
Toxic shock syndrome is widely associated with young women, but anyone can develop the life-threatening condition.