No one should expect to be abused at work. And no one should accept a culture of silence that allows attacks and abuse of caregivers to continue unchecked.
Networks of nanotubes may allow cells to share everything from infections and cancer to dementia-linked proteins.
Specific immune cells have the ability to produce a healing factor that can promote wound repair in the intestine, a finding that could lead to new, potential therapeutic treatments for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a new research study.
A groundbreaking new study reveals that harmful gender stereotypes are drilled into kids, from the U.S. to India to Egypt, at a heartbreakingly young age.
The World Health Organization has issued a dire warning that we are running out of antibiotics and not producing new medications quickly enough. The report, released Tuesday, said there is a “serious lack” of new antibiotics being developed to fight the growing number of infections resistant to existing antibiotics.
“While it’s good that people with diabetes may get less” aortic aneurysm, they still need to lower blood pressure, control lipids, and stop smoking to prevent overall cardiovascular risk, an expert noted.
Large amounts of artificial sweeteners interfere with the gut’s response to glucose, increasing both glucose absorption and glycemic response and inhibiting production of GLP-1.
Los Angeles health officials declared a hepatitis A outbreak in the county on Tuesday, days after San Diego County announced a public health emergency due to the virus that killed at least 16 people.
Rush Medical College has become the first medical school in the state of Illinois to do away with traditional lectures.
Eating whole grains and being physically active may reduce the risk for colorectal cancer, but consuming red or processed meat may increase it.