A new study says breastfeeding can reduce a mother’s risk of developing an aggressive type of cancer called hormone-receptor negative. The findings showed that the risk decreased by as much as 20 percent in women who breastfed.
The costs for caring for a patient with dementia in the last five years of life are far higher than the costs for caring for patients with either heart disease or cancer in that time. Dementia care costs so much more because caregivers need to help them with …
A team of researchers has identified a previously unknown function of histones, which allows for an improved understanding of how cells protect and repair DNA damages. This breakthrough may eventually result in better treatments for diseases such as cancer.
A new study now shows that some symptoms of depression play a much bigger role than others, and that the symptoms listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) may not be the most useful ones.
New research says that blackouts and near drowning events may signal an increased risk of sudden death. Such events indicate long QT syndrome (LQTS), a genetic heart condition that can be undetected or misdiagnosed as epilepsy or a panic attack.