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Could Germs in the Gut Give Rise to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? April 27, 2017

Intestinal bacteria yield clues to the mysterious ailment, researchers say

Study Says Blood-Chromosome Test Predicts Lung Cancer's Return April 26, 2017

Unstable chromosomes quadruple a patient's risk of relapse, death within 2 years, researchers report

Artificial Intelligence May Help Combat TB in Remote Regions April 25, 2017

Machine diagnoses of deadly lung disease prove highly accurate in tests, study finds

Love Chocolate? Potato Chips? Your Genes Might Be to Blame April 24, 2017

Study findings may someday lead to more individualized diet advice, researcher says

Pot Ingredient Might Ease Severe Epilepsy April 18, 2017

Cannabidiol appears to lessen 'drop seizures' for some Lennox-Gastaut syndrome patients, study finds

Leading Medical Groups Join March for Science on April 22 April 17, 2017

Planned as protest against Trump policies, organizers say value of science is at stake

Vaccine Targeting Brain Tumors Seems Safe in Study April 14, 2017

Combo therapy may also extend survival of glioblastoma patients, but more research needed

Could a Clinical Trial Help Your Child? April 13, 2017

FDA outlines what to ask before enrollment

Global Warming Could Raise Temps to Levels Not Seen for 420M Years: Study April 04, 2017

Warns of dire consequences if greenhouse gases are not controlled

Scientists Probe Zika's Path to the Fetus April 04, 2017

Virus uses a cellular mechanism to cross into the placenta, upping the danger of birth defects

This Fanged Fish Might Someday Help Ease Your Pain March 30, 2017

Venom of Australia's fang blenny is a powerful opioid that might lead to better painkillers, scientist says

'Menstrual Cycle in a Dish' Explores Intricacies of Female Body March 29, 2017

Miniature model of reproductive system may advance treatment of women's diseases, researchers say

New Technology Makes Gene Mapping Cheaper, Faster: Study March 23, 2017

Researchers decoded DNA of mosquito that carries Zika to prove the point

Turning Back the Aging Clock -- in Mice March 23, 2017

Elderly rodents treated with cellular therapy regained lost fur, became more active, scientists say

Scientists Working on Solar-Powered Prosthetic Limbs March 23, 2017

Synthetic skin could use sun's energy to power the devices, researchers say

Smartphone Device Sizes Up Sperm Health March 22, 2017

It analyzes samples in seconds, with 98 percent accuracy, in the privacy of a man's home, researchers say

Blood Test May Spot Lung Cancer's Return, Even Before Scans March 20, 2017

Small study finds the new technique beats CT and PET scans by around 6 months

Controversial MS Treatment Seems Ineffective March 08, 2017

No benefit detected after 'liberation therapy,' study authors say

Scientists Spot Signs That Predict Worsening Multiple Sclerosis March 01, 2017

Fatigue, limited leg function tied to progressive disease in study

Who's Top Dog When It Comes to 'Social Intelligence'? Kids or Pets? February 28, 2017

Toddlers and pups are near equals, study suggests, with evolution favoring 'survival of the friendliest'

Review Raises Questions About Herbal Meds for Heart Problems February 27, 2017

While popular among patients, they haven't been proven safe or effective in clinical trials, study says

How the Neanderthal in Your Genes Affects Your Health February 23, 2017

The DNA appears to influence certain human traits and diseases, scientists say

Stem Cell Transplants May Help Some With Multiple Sclerosis February 20, 2017

Review found younger patients fared better over 5 years, though some deaths reported

Imaging Study Confirms Brain Differences in People With ADHD February 16, 2017

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity should be considered a brain disorder, researchers say

Is It Parkinson's or Something Else? Blood Test Might Tell February 08, 2017

But new technique needs more study, researchers say

A Plug Instead of a Snip for Male Birth Control? February 07, 2017

Monkey study shows injected gel may one day be alternative to traditional vasectomy

Eye-Opening Research on Astronauts' Vision Problems February 03, 2017

Zero-gravity conditions prevent normal pressure variations around the brain, researchers say

Breast Density May Be Leading Indicator of Cancer Risk February 02, 2017

Study suggests it outweighs obesity and family history, but oncologists say more research is needed

Astronaut Twins Give Clues to Health Hazards of Spaceflight February 02, 2017

NASA researchers compare biological differences between Scott and Mark Kelly

Can Air Pollution Heighten Alzheimer's Risk? February 01, 2017

Fine particles from power plants and cars may be to blame for about 20 percent of cases, study suggests

Brain Scans Let 'Locked-In' ALS Patients Communicate January 31, 2017

Correct responses were provided to more than 70 percent of yes-or-no questions, researchers say

Study Suggests Newer Cholesterol Drugs Are Safe January 30, 2017

Whether taking them results in fewer heart attacks and strokes isn't yet known, researcher says

Scientists Create Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo January 26, 2017

One goal of this stem cell research is to create organs for transplant

Unlocking the Secrets of the Love Hormone Kisspeptin January 24, 2017

Injections of the substance might boost sexual and romantic feelings, researchers say

Genital Herpes Vaccine Shows Promise in Animal Trials January 19, 2017

Two-pronged approach tested on lab monkeys, guinea pigs

Soft Robotic Sleeve Shows Promise for Failing Hearts January 18, 2017

But device has only been tested in pigs, so far

Monkey Study Boosts Theory That Fewer Calories Can Extend Life January 17, 2017

But calorie restriction should start at older ages, researchers say

U.S. Report Cites the Good and Bad on Marijuana January 12, 2017

Pot shown to help chronic pain, chemo-related nausea and muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis, but researchers cite risks, too

Can Teeth Repair Themselves Without Fillings? January 09, 2017

Animal experiments suggest damaged choppers can be stimulated to fix cavities

Study Links Stuttering to Less Blood Flow in Brain January 06, 2017

The more regions affected, the more severe the disorder, researchers suggest

Study Casts Doubt on Long-Used Morning Sickness Drug January 05, 2017

But some doctors don't think pregnant women prescribed Diclectin should worry

Ebola Can Linger in Lungs, Study Finds January 05, 2017

Discovery in one patient could advance understanding of deadly disease, doctors say

New Parkinson's Drug May Combat Movement Difficulties January 04, 2017

Opicapone, added to standard treatment, appears safe and well-tolerated, researchers say

Scientists Design Heat-Activated Penis Implant December 30, 2016

Device an improvement on current implants, researchers say

'Emotional Hangover' Is Real and Affects Future Experiences: Study December 26, 2016

Emotion-provoking events prime the brain to remember things more effectively, researchers find

Ebola Vaccine Appears Very Effective in Trial December 23, 2016

Drug manufacturer says it will seek regulatory approval by end of 2017

CDC Allocates $184 Million for Zika Protection December 22, 2016

Funds are earmarked for states, territories, local health departments and universities

New MS Drug Shows 'Breakthrough' Promise for Advanced Disease December 22, 2016

Specialist hopes ocrelizumab will be available by spring

Pregnant Women Should Avoid Zika-Hit Texas Town: CDC December 15, 2016

Advisory follows reports of 5 cases of local infection in Brownsville

Could a Germ Link Gum Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis? December 15, 2016

Study may offer new insight into the cause of the joint disorder

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