Gene activity during slumber kicks off production of “support cells”
Prescription painkiller abuse is the newest drug epidemic to sweep the U.S.
Many job applicants consider social media screening an invasion of privacy, researchers have found, opening the door for discrimination lawsuits
As we steel ourselves against the cold and curse the polar vortex for bringing these bitter winds upon us, its helpful to remember that winter can also be a magical time of fluttering snowflakes and beautiful evening skies.
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKlines announcement on December 16 that it will cease paying doctors to promote its products took the medical community by surprise, but the plan appears to have been in the works for some time.
A type of malware called CryptoLocker is locking people’s data and threatening to destroy it unless they pay up
A comatose patient pushes the boundaries of what it means to be brain dead
Scientists from Columbia University improve memory in elderly mice after pinpointing a gene for senescent forgetfulness