- Calcium Link To Heart Attacks
Women Taking calcium supplements to cut their risk of fracturing frail and thinning bones are more likely to have heart attacks and strokes, a major new University of Auckland study has found.
- Nerve Damage May Be Triggered By Cell-Surface Sugar Defects In Multiple Sclerosis Patients
Defects on cell-surface sugars may promote the short-term inflammation and long-term neurodegeneration that occurs in the central nervous system of multiple sclerosis patients, according to University of California, Irvine researchers.
- Early Childbirth Linked To Poor Health In Middle Age
Women who have their first child before age 20 are at a higher risk of chronic diseases and death when they reach middle age, a new study shows.
- New Discovery On Blood Doping And Anemia
A stunning discovery by German scientists may make blood doping and the treatment of severe anemia as easy as washing your hair.
- Cancer May Be Prevented By Controlling Organ Size
Scientists at Johns Hopkins recently discovered that a chemical chain reaction that controls organ size in animals ranging from insects to humans could mean the difference between normal growth and cancer.