Is SARS-CoV-2 hiding in your fat cells?
Expensive ongoing treatment for cancer and diabetes are the best-known drivers of the medical debt that contributes to two-thirds of personal bankruptcies, but a Rutgers study indicates other chronic conditions contribute significantly, too.
Health authorities in Uganda have recently announced an Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in Mubende District, Uganda.
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have uncovered a key process that contributes to vision loss and blindness in people with diabetes.
A new study reports the ability of quinoa to normalize glucose metabolism in the body, particularly among the elderly with impaired glucose tolerance.
A new study describes diet quality on a global basis in a stratified manner.
Scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have created a tool that can find safe places to introduce genes into human DNA.
Cleveland Clinic received a $7.9 million five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health to form one of three national centers as part of the newly established Radiation Oncology-Biology Integration Network (ROBIN).
Developing life-saving medicines can take billions of dollars and decades of time, but University of Central Florida researchers are aiming to speed up this process with a new artificial intelligence-based drug screening process they've developed.
Researchers at Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a gene marker that may lead to a more effective, precision treatment for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC).