New research has concluded that salty, mineral-rich fluids deep beneath Pennsylvania's natural gas fields are likely seeping upward thousands of feet into drinking water supplies.
For the last 30-40 years, we’ve been hearing the same message everywhere we go: Cut down salt, cut down salt, cut down salt … and again, cut down salt.
The emotional state of the brain can explain why different individuals do not respond the same way to similar injuries, say scientists
Eating more omega-3 fatty acids can offset damage, researchers say
The world has become so complex, it is as if there are hidden minefields all over the place. These minefields contain silent mines. If you “step” on them, it may take months, years or decades for the bombs to “explode.”
At the American Association for Cancer Research's Pancreatic Cancer: Progress and Challenges conference, held June 18-21, 2012 in Lake Tahoe, Nevada,
New evidence to support a range of healthy behaviors reported in the American Journal of Medicine
Melatonin, an indolamine derived from the amino-acid tryptophan, participates in diverse physiological functions and has great functional versatility related to the regulation of circadian rhythms and seasonal behaviour, sexual development, retinal physiology, tumour inhibition, as an antioxidant, immunomodulatory and anti-aging properties.
New research has settled decades of scientific debate about a puzzling aspect of space weather.
The interior of Mars holds vast reservoirs of water, with some spots apparently as wet as Earth's innards, scientists say.