Two groups of scientists announced the success of gene therapy trials targeting sickle cell anemia.
Over 7% of human oocytes contain at least one non-exchangeable pair of chromosomes, demonstrating an extremely high rate of unsuccessful meiotic recombination.
Using machine learning (artificial intelligence), researchers have identified new, distinct patterns of coordinated activity between different parts of the brain in people with major depressive disorder.
Researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden have come one step closer to understanding why some people get seriously ill or die from a bacteria that doesn't harm most people.
According to a study by the Washington University School of Medicine in St.
In this systematic review, researchers sought to compare different remedies for preventing skeletal complications in men with prostate cancer.
Teens with gender dysphoria are prescribed drugs to "stop" sexual development. Is it correct?
New research shows that patients on low-dose steroids have an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Scientists have developed a way to predict the development of Alzheimer's disease in patients by analyzing their blood.
Membrane proteins reach distal dendrites more efficiently than soluble proteins.
Fish smell Syndrome (thylaminuria) is a debilitating disease in which the liver cannot break down the foul - smelling chemical trimethylamine, which is produced by enzymes of bacteria that live in the gut, leaving people with a fish-like smell.
According to a new study, frequent and short workouts have a better effect on the blood vessels of diabetic patients than long and rare workouts, and it can also help reduce the risk of heart disease.