Cognitive skills are essential to out survival and generally decline as we age. But can skill development help with long-term gains?
The Francis Crick Institute-led study detected evidence of three 4,000-year-old cases of bacterial plague caused by Yersinia pestis.
Researchers have engineered a sensor inspired by the human cochlea that has the ability to process sounds in noisy environments more effectively than current microphones.
Forget all the cancer therapies you ever heard of. Here is a single-step treatment that promises to destroy tumors and stop cancer growth for a long time.
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The technology, which is now at our fingertips, has immense potential as it provides a cheap and simple way to treat illnesses like hypertension.
A team of scientists at Wilmer Eye Institute, John Hopkins Medicine have published evidence of an experimental drug that can prevent or slow loss of vision in diabetic patients.
A groundbreaking study suggests slowing down the aging process may start by targeting our intestines. Explore the future of gut-focused anti-aging.
Discover how these transformed cells respond to changes in blood glucose levels and the potential implications for millions of people living with diabetes.
Researchers have achieved a significant scientific breakthrough by converting stem cells from the human stomach into insulin-secreting cells.