Researchers surprised to observe bacterial protein triggering a switch from asexual to sexual behaviour.
A new review suggests that – contrary to current USPSTF guidelines – PSA screening significantly reduces the risk of death to prostate cancer.
Researchers in Japan have reported in a new study they used the gene editing technology CRISPR to alter the color of a Japanese morning glory, a popular garden flower.
Research still in early stages, but drugs could prove “transformative” for chronic diseases.
Researchers are starting to diagnose more ailments using DNA fragments found in the blood
Dr. Bruce ‘B.J.’ Miller, a triple amputee, draws on his personal experience and professional, as a palliative care specialist, to reshape how we treat death and dying. He was the keynote speaker at MUSC’s 2017 Faculty Convocation.
Leukemia patients may be able to get a new type of treatment known as CAR T-cell immunotherapy at MUSC Health in the near future, possibly within a year. Chrystal Paulos, Juan Varela
Source: CAR T-cell immunotherapy
Yes, go ahead and enjoy peanut butter, but watch calories and added sugar and salt.
Source: Is peanut butter healthy? – CNN
The urge to yawn is increased when you try to stop yourself from yawning, according to a new study.
UNC Health Care officials said Thursday that they are working to join forces with Charlotte-based Carolinas HealthCare System, creating a network of hospitals, related health facilities and physician practices stretching across most of North Carolina.