Taking fish oil supplements while pregnant will not result in smarter children, according to the results of a decade-long study by Australian researchers.
Researchers have found that sulforaphane, a dietary compound from broccoli that's known to help prevent prostate cancer, may work through its influence on long, non-coding RNAs, or lncRNAs.
It's well known that laughter is contagious in us humans, and now researchers have found that a New Zealand parrot has a similar emotional "play call" that can spread from one individual to another.
Researchers have found in experiments that neurons within the cerebellum, which literally means "little brain" and is thought to do little more than helping us balance and breathe, respond to and learn to anticipate rewards.
Researchers have used images from cameras attached to long, flexible instruments called endoscopes and then advanced computer imaging technology to create a three-dimensional computer reconstruction of a patient's bladder.
The United Nations announced on Thursday the establishment of the Inter-agency Group on Microbial Resistance to be co-chaired by Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohamed and World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Margaret Chan.
A new study of healthy adult mice showed a steady renewal of a type of balance cells in the inner ear and the renewal could be accelerated when spurred by an injury.
Scientists from China and the US have found a protein used against the Zika virus, which could also be used in inhibiting HIV.
Australian scientists have released a report that suggests probiotics may have little, even no benefit if you are already eating a healthy diet.
Two screening tests often used to predict preterm delivery in first-time pregnancies have been found to have low accuracy and do not appear suitable for widespread screening, a new study suggested Tuesday.