Neural prosthesis uses brain activity to decode speech

Researchers from HSE University and the Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry have developed.

Novel therapeutic targets discovered for triple-negative breast cancer

Targeting cellular post-transcription mechanisms in the CD73 ectoenzyme may promote anti-tumor immunity and slow cancer.

Mother’s health, diet during pregnancy may impact child’s later neurodevelopment

Maternal gestational diabetes mellitus may have unfavorable effects on the neurodevelopment of 2-year-old children. On.

Researchers uncover a connection between multiple sclerosis lesions and depression

Two major health conditions appear to share a connection. Multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease which.

Study points to link between schizophrenia and vascular alterations in the brain

A study conducted in Brazil and reported in an article published in Molecular Psychiatry suggests that schizophrenia.

Study finds difference in intestinal flora for babies born naturally vs. those delivered by C-section

Imagine a horse race, where the winner takes it all and is awarded both food.

Bioprinted Eye Tissue to Study Retinal Diseases

Researchers at the National Eye Institute, which is part of the National Institutes of Health,.

Cold weather brings irritated skin—here’s how to treat eczema and other skin conditions and when to see a doctor

In many parts of the U.S., the winter months bring frigid temperatures and drier conditions.

Gut microbes control the body’s thermostat

What’s considered normal body temperature varies from person to person, yet overall, the average basal.

Aspirin as effective as blood thinner injections to prevent deadly complications in patients with bone fractures

Patients hospitalized with fractures typically receive an injectable blood thinner, low-molecular-weight heparin, to prevent life-threatening.