...for access to mates," says Vladas Griskevicius, an assistant professor of marketing at the Carlson School and lead author of the study. "How do humans compete for access to mates? What you find across cultures is that men often do it through...
WASHINGTON (AP) - A report out today holds promise of an oral vaccine that might one day protect brain neurons from injury caused by epilepsy seizure or by stroke.
U.S. doctors should radically alter their treatment strategies if they want to stem the tide of medically risky multiple births without lowering the success of fertility treatments, say a team of New York and Illinois doctors.
SEATTLE (AP) - Yes, I would like fries with that.
WASHINGTON - Some 250 million years ago, almost 90 percent of life on Earth died in history's most devastating extinction. A new study suggests it was triggered by an asteroid or comet like the one that much later killed the dinosaurs.
...Nansel, a researcher with the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Md., and lead author of the study. "We need not to treat it as a normal part of growing up but as a public health problem." The study also found...
BOSTON - Several million Americans could lower their risk of heart disease and stroke if they were simply treated correctly for their high blood pressure, according to a new study.
WASHINGTON - In a discovery that may lead to new therapies for type 2 diabetes, researchers have solved a decades-old mystery of why high doses of aspirin lower blood sugar levels and make cells more sensitive to insulin.
...Dr. Luciano Bernardi, an associate professor of internal medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy and lead author of the study, has found that slow, rhythmic breathing -- about six breaths per minute seems optimal -- synchronizes internal...
WASHINGTON - A warming climate will allow disease-causing pathogens to thrive in places where they once could not live, posing a new risk for species as diverse as butterflies and humans, oysters and lions, a study suggests.
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