Scientists spy on superbugs to see how they outsmart our antibiotics

Scientists have discovered yet another way that single-celled organisms have outsmarted us. The tiny

Targeting key gene could help lead to Down syndrome treatment

Targeting a key gene before birth could someday help lead to a treatment for

Proof it’s possible to enhance or suppress memories

What if scientists could manipulate your brain so that a traumatic memory lost its

A new pathway for an anti-aging drug

In 1972, Easter Island, called Rapa Nui, famous for its moai statues, offered a

Researchers find adding a protein to lentiviral vectors protects them from immune system

A team of researchers from institutions in Italy and the U.S., in conjunction with

The key to avoiding measles: knowing your vaccination history

In the face of the worst measles outbreak in the United States in more

An app to look at that mole? Dermatologists advise caution

While snapping a photo of a suspicious mole with a phone and uploading it

Veterans with depression and/or PTSD more likely to seek cardiac rehab

Veterans who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or depression were more likely to use

Insulin under the influence of light

The disruption of internal clocks seems to play a significant role in the explosion

Johns Hopkins researchers publish digital health roadmap

In the dizzying swirl of health-related websites, social media and smartphone apps, finding a

What’s the right amount of ‘zapping’ in epilepsy laser surgery?

There is an estimated 2.4 million people diagnosed with epilepsy each year, according to

Young children willing to punish misbehavior, even at personal cost, new research shows

Children as young as three years old are willing to punish others’ bad behavior,

Bowel cancer rising among young adults in Europe

The rate of bowel cancer—otherwise known as colorectal cancer or CRC—is rising among adults

Research suggests revision to common view on how retinal cells in mammals process light

Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists say that new experiments with mouse eye tissues strongly suggest

Long-term decline in stroke greater in older adults

Although the occurrence of first-ever ischemic stroke (strokes due to a blood clot that

Fecal microbiota transplant found safe and effective in children with C. difficile

Diarrhea caused by Clostridiodes (formerly Clostridium) difficile infections is on the rise among children;

Mast cells crucial to causing osteoarthritis

Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have definitively linked mast cells, a class of

First smartphone app that can hear ear infections in children

Ear infections are the most common reason that parents bring their children to a

rTMS improves memory in younger and older adults

Magnetic stimulation of the brain improves working memory, offering a new potential avenue of

Jawless fish take a bite out of the blood-brain barrier

A jawless parasitic fish could help lead the way to more effective treatments for

This Woman Had to Get Vulva Surgery After Horrible Jet Ski Accident

As summer approaches, more people are putting on their swimsuits and hitting the water. But

Healthy habits could prevent 27% of cancer cases in Brazil

Lifestyle risk factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, overweight and obesity, unhealthy diet and

For people with strong life purpose, making healthier choices may be less effortful, new study shows

Ever wonder how some people seem to meet their fitness goals with ease and

Brain bleed risk puts safety of low-dose aspirin in doubt

(HealthDay)—Let’s say you’re one of the millions of older adults who takes a low-dose

Unexplored neural circuit modulates memory strength

Learning to avoid negative experiences requires an interplay of two distinct brain circuits, one

Seniors’ health improving, but rates of depression, anxiety rising

Manitoba seniors are staying physically healthy longer, but their mental health may be worsening,

Flu virus’ best friend: Low humidity

Yale researchers have pinpointed a key reason why people are more likely to get

Nipple reconstruction techniques could be improved with 3-D scaffolds

Nipple and areola reconstruction is a common breast reconstruction technique, especially for breast cancer

The unique harm of sexual abuse in the black community

What makes R. Kelly’s alleged sexual abuse of black girls different than that of

Treatment to restore natural heartbeat could be on the horizon for heart failure

A new therapy to re-engage the heart’s natural electrical pathways—instead of bypassing them—could mean