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Weight-loss drug could fight resistant lung cancer

New research could pave the way for using versions of an existing drug to keep lung cancer cells from becoming drug-resistant.<p>Researchers have …

The Steve Jobs Equation for Tough Leadership

What the iconic founder taught us about pushing people to perform when it counts.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Close your eyes and think of the most iconic founder in recent memory. We’re willing to bet that an image of Steve Jobs floats through your mind. That's no …

Leadership

Poison or cure? Arsenic can help treat cancer, study finds

Arsenic is infamous for its harmful properties. However, some arsenic compounds — in carefully measured doses — can be used in medical treatments. …

Cancer

Brain area responsible for pessimism found

Neuroscientists have now found the brain area responsible for pessimism. The new research suggests that both anxiety and depression are caused by an …

Neuroscience

Neuroscience shows that our gut instincts about only children are right

Conventional wisdom has it that only children are smarter and less sociable. Parents, freed from the shackles of constantly settling sibling disputes, devote more time and money to the singleton, exposing them to a greater variety of higher-level activities (there’s a term for what happens when you …

IQ

I Consumed Fresh Ginger Every Day For 1 Week, and These Were the Results

I've always loved the flavor of ginger. Spicy and pungent, it is delicious in tea form and almost completely cuts the bitterness of vegetables in fresh juices and smoothies (adding ginger is basically the <i>only</i> way I can stomach beets in my juices). And while I've always known it's frequently used to …

Workouts

Skin cancer may predict future cancers

According to a new study, people who have multiple incidences of a common type of skin cancer are at an increased risk of developing a range of other …

Cancer

How does hydrogen peroxide remove ear wax?

Hydrogen peroxide is a common ingredient in eardrops, but is it useful for removing earwax?<p>Earwax is a waxy substance secreted in the ear canal. It …

Cleaning

Blue Light Is Causing The Human Eye to Attack Itself

Not good.<p>Excessive exposure to blue light isn't great for our eyes, contributing to a slow loss of vision over the course of a lifetime.<p>Scientists …

Macular Degeneration

Molecular 'switch' controls how much muscle we build

To the frustration of many gym-goers, some people can build and maintain muscles with little to no effort, while others have to work twice as hard …

Medical Research

Existing drug may prevent Alzheimer's

Emerging evidence suggests that a "potent" drug could prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease — but only if a person takes the medication long …

Dementia

Your 7 chakras, explained—plus how to tell if they’re blocked

Odds are, if you’ve attended a yoga class, group meditation, or indulged in an hourlong reiki session, your instructor or practitioner most likely …

Spirituality

Vitamin D: Recent research uncovers new benefits

As much of the world experiences a record-breaking heat wave, this Spotlight turns its attention to vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin. Here, …

Medical Research

'Vaginal rejuvenation' devices 'have serious risks,' warn FDA

"Vaginal rejuvenation" is a much-contested expression referring to the treatment of various physiological changes affecting a woman's vaginal canal, …

Women's Health

Most Vitamin Pills Are Useless, But Here Are The Ones You Should Take

Forget multivitamins.<p>It seems like simple, obvious advice: eat your vegetables, get some exercise, and - of course - take your vitamins. Or …

Wellness

Detection of circulating tumour cell clusters in human glioblastoma

Brief Communication |<p>Open | Published: 01 August 2018<p>Genetics and Genomics<p><i>British Journal of Cancer</i> (2018) | Download Citation<p>Abstract<p>Human …

Google Scholar

Do brain-training games really work?

With the recent surge of brain-training apps available for every smartphone user out there, it's worth asking — do brain-training games hold any real …

Humanity

Can ovarian cysts become cancerous?

Most ovarian cysts are harmless and often clear up on their own without treatment. Rarely, some types of ovarian cysts can develop into ovarian …

Cancer

What are some foods to ease your anxiety?

People can make a variety of lifestyle changes to help manage their anxiety. Eating a diet high in vegetables, fruit, legumes, whole grains, and lean …

Wellness

What Caused This Man's Scalloped Pupil?

The 46-year-old man's symptoms were concerning but not particularly strange: He was losing weight, experiencing episodes of fainting and having …

Medicine

Low-dose birth control: Everything you need to know

Low-dose birth control is a type of hormonal birth control that contains lower amounts of hormones than some older, traditional pills.<p>For some …

Women's Health

Type 2 diabetes: New guidelines lower blood sugar control levels

The American College of Physicians have now published their new guidelines regarding the desired blood sugar control levels for people with type 2 …

Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

Focus | 18 July 2018<p>Focus home<br>• Content<p>With its increasing prevalence in every continent diabetes mellitus (DM) is a common chronic disease that …

Diabetes

Pancreatic cancer: Cannabis compound may boost survival

Pancreatic cancer is a type of cancer that unfortunately has some of the lowest survival rates. A new study in mice suggests that one substance could …

Cancer

How are thyroid and cholesterol related?

High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Diet and other lifestyle choices are often to blame for high cholesterol. But …

Wellness

'Normal' blood sugar levels may not be so normal after all

A new study — conducted by researchers at Stanford University in California — reveals that common foods can cause blood sugar spikes in otherwise …

Diabetes

How a turmeric compound could treat glaucoma

In glaucoma, the optic nerve — or the nerve that links the eye and the brain — becomes damaged due to fluid buildup in the eye, which puts too much …

Glaucoma

How liver health impacts the risk of Alzheimer's

While we still do not know exactly what causes the development of Alzheimer's disease, specialists have been hard at work trying to identify the most …

Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists ‘Shocked’ To Discover Milky Way’s Long-Lost Sibling

Our galaxy (via Felix Mittermeier/Pixabay)<p>A new discovery by researchers at the University of Michigan helped uncover the Milky Way’s long-lost (and …

Cosmology

Brain stimulation could improve memory while you sleep

A recent study finds that noninvasive brain stimulation, activated while asleep, improves memory performance the next day. Could we be close to …

The Brain