Female Parkinson's disease patients are much less likely than male patients to have caregivers, despite the fact that caregivers report greater strain in caring for male patients.
To fight HIV, the development of immunization strategies must keep up with how quickly the virus modifies itself. Now, Boston Children's Hospital researchers are developing models to test HIV vaccines on a faster and broader ...
Men who suffer symptoms from varicoceles, enlarged veins in the scrotum, are more likely to develop vascular disease and metabolic disease, such as diabetes, according to a study by Stanford University School of Medicine ...
An estimated 7,099 languages are spoken throughout the world today. Almost a third of them are endangered—spoken by dwindling numbers—while just 23 languages represent more than half of the global population.
In vaccination, a certain subpopulation of dendritic cells is vital to triggering the body's adaptive immune system, report researchers at The Jackson Laboratory (JAX), Yale University and Astra-Zeneca.
Human sperm may hold the potential to serve as biomarkers of the future health of newborn infants, according to a new study by a Wayne State University School of Medicine research team.
Children who have been victims of violence are more likely to drop out of high school before graduation than their peers, according to a new study co-authored by a Duke scholar.
The facts about prostate cancer can be confusing. It's the third most common cancer type among Americans - 161,000 men will be diagnosed this year, the National Cancer Institute estimates. Yet according to the NCI, 98.6% ...
(HealthDay)—A little knowledge can go a long way in the fight against cervical cancer.
(HealthDay)—Physicians rate a high proportion of patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) as having inadequate disease control, according to a study published online Nov. 13 in the Journal of Dermatology.