Researchers say a gene found in many centenarians can reverse the biological age of the heart by ten years. The findings offer a potential target for patients with heart failure.
Samples of brain tissue from those with Alzheimer's revealed marked changes in potassium isotopes that correlated with amyloid-beta accumulation.
Social bees venture further for pollen and nectar than their less social counterparts.
Essential nutrients found in fish counteract and provide neuroprotection against mercury in fish, researchers report. The new study says eating fish during pregnancy can help provide essential nutrients to the developing fetus.
In the years following birth, researchers found sexual enjoyment appears to be unaffected by the method of delivery at birth.
Members of the British military who witnessed nuclear test programs in the 1950s and 60s are no more likely to pass on genetic alterations to their offspring and future generations than other members of the military, a new study reports.
Babies who experience severe brain bleeds during their first year of life are more likely to have long-term visual problems, a new study reports.
New research finds smoking significantly increases the risk of a person developing schizophrenia or depression.
Findings challenge the long-standing view that behaving unpredictably helps animals survive when they encounter predators.
Researchers say food choices may be influenced by nutritional requirements rather than calories.
Study reveals a significant uptick in the prescription of anxiolytics and benzodiazepines in people under the age of 35.