New research into Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) – also known as motor neuron disease – shows that specific immune cells may help slow progression of the disease, an important step towards developing new therapies to treat patients.
There are many causes for white bumps on the penis, including whiteheads and Fordyce spots. Learn how to identify these bumps, their causes, and treatments.
Researchers have developed ocular inserts which allow a patient’s cornea to absorb more antibiotics than current methods.
Losing two or more teeth during middle age is associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk. Having fewer natural teeth by middle age is linked to higher cardiovascular disease risk.
Severe traumatic injuries to the cranium have been challenging to heal due to the large missing bone volume. Typically, metal or plastic implants are used. But, these implants can take a long time to be customized for fit and often take a longer than d…
Older adults often complain about forgetting, but psychologists now suggest that another problem may be misremembering.
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A study has demonstrated the efficacy of targeting aberrantly active telomerase to treat therapy-resistant melanoma.
While Americans debate the rising cost of health care, a new study of 30 countries over 27 years found that medical expansion has improved overall health — with one major exception. Researchers found that increased spending on health care and increase…
With movie star good-looks and roles in two larger-than-life franchises, Scott Eastwood is not exactly a person youâ€™d ever pity; adding insult to injury, heâ€™s in better shape than everâ€”and does it without a complaint. From a cop to a bull rider (and back to a cop), Eastwood has often played the roles of law enforcement officers and lieutenants, requiring a strong, sturdy physicality to match (and one hell of a workout plan).
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