A new study estimates that breast cancer mortality rates have fallen by approximately half in the United States in 2018, thanks to screening and therapy.
Despite the prevalence of kidney stones, it is still difficult to predict who will experience recurrence. A new tool promises to make prediction easier.
Though experts typically name beta-amyloid plaques as the main culprits in Alzheimer’s disease, new research finds another factor: a leaked blood protein.
New research suggests that fecal transplants from ‘super donors’ could cure a host of conditions, ranging from irritable bowel syndrome to Alzheimer’s.
Researchers have found that a type of immune cell can help regulate blood pressure. They explain the mechanism and identify drugs that may affect it.
Neuroprotective treatment with the small molecule Sephin1, significantly delayed loss of myelin and damage to cells in a mouse model of MS.
Severe acne is often treated with isotretinoin, which can have serious side effects. New research sheds light on how the drug works and may be improved.
Researchers from the United Kingdom are currently testing the accuracy of a newly developed breath test that could diagnose cancer in a noninvasive way.
Researchers have determined the importance of flu vaccinations for people diagnosed with heart failure. The flu shot could extend some people’s lives.
Newly identified bacteria in Irish soil long used in folk medicine stops growth of MRSA and three other superbugs behind antibiotic-resistant infections.
A new study finds that moderate drinking has associations with a lower risk of hospitalization. The results also confirm the health risks of heavy drinking.
A newly developed test can detect the risk of metastasis in people with prostate cancer at a quicker rate, lower cost, and using smaller tissue samples.
By combining two common cancer drugs, researchers have found a more effective way to treat colorectal cancer and reduce unpleasant side effects.
New research investigates the molecular similarities between celiac disease and cystic fibrosis. The results suggest that a compound developed for
Back pain can significantly reduce people’s quality of life. A recent study asks whether back pain might also reduce lifespan in older woman.
As 2018 slowly but surely draws to a close, we give you an overview of some of the most read and thought-provoking medical research of this year.
Women with current migraine have a lower risk of type 2 diabetes compared with those with no history of migraine, according to a large observational study.
A large review of existing studies confirms that Internet-based CBT apps are an effective way of treating mild, moderate, and severe depression.
Using genetically modified mice, scientists have uncovered a brain circuit that regulates anxiety and could be a treatment target for related disorders.
A new comprehensive review assesses current clinical trials for Alzheimer’s drugs and advises on the best therapeutic approach going forward.