Study offers first glimpse of how many suffer from previously unknown VEXAS syndrome

About 13,200 men and another 2,300 women in the United States over age 50 are.

How cancer cells die: Scientists explore new pathways of pyroptosis, killer kin of apoptosis

For anyone who has taken Biology 101, the concept of apoptosis—programmed cell death—is taught early.

How long can a healthy human live?

The death of the world’s oldest person at the age of 118 has reignited a debate that.

Neuronal molecule makes prostate cancer more aggressive

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer.

Guidelines for providing remote care to seniors

The COVID-19 pandemic put extraordinary strain on the U.S. healthcare system, but it also accelerated.

Multiple artery blockage patients fare better and live longer with coronary artery bypass surgery than with stenting

A study of more than 100,000 patients has revealed that, for patients with Multiple artery.

A soybean protein blocks LDL cholesterol production, reducing risks of metabolic diseases

A protein in soybeans blocks the production of a liver enzyme involved in the metabolism.

Higher physical activity levels associated with reduced respiratory infection susceptibility in children

Higher levels of daily physical activity are associated with reduced susceptibility to upper respiratory tract.

Midlife moderate and vigorous physical activity levels associated with brain power

The amount of time spent in moderate and vigorous physical activity every day is linked.

Head injury is associated with doubled mortality rate long-term

Adults who suffered any head injury during a 30-year study period had two times the.