Growing up can be hard. But for African American adolescents living under the poverty line, it’s even harder. Faced with challenges like food and housing
A pilot study from North Carolina State University has found that a gene associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and pain hypersensitivity may actually decrease
For 70 years, clinicians thought they knew the shape of tuberculosis granulomas in the lungs of patients. Histology—the study of microscopic structures in thin slices
Stem cell research holds great potential for regenerative therapies and treatments to combat cardiovascular disease, which is responsible for over 30% of all deaths worldwide.
Research presented today (Wednesday 28 July) at the 2021 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) in Colorado suggests transgender and non-binary adults are more likely to
A team of researchers from Nottingham Trent University, the University of California and Vrije Universiteit, has found that humans have two distinctly different reactions when
While only one in five practicing surgeons in the U.S. is female, women are entering the surgical field in increasing numbers. Women comprised 38 percent