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New Species of Bacteria Discovered in Human Mouth

Ever wonder what could be roaming around inside your mouth? Scientists have found a new species of bacteria in the human mouth.

Running May Slow Aging Process

We’ve all heart that running is good for you. But can running turn back the clock? Researchers at the Stanford University of Medicine found that running regularly slows the effects of aging.

Tiny Heart Pump Aids Heart Patients

A tiny heart pump has recently been approved for use in critically ill heart patients.

Mouse Lets You Check Heart Rate While Surfing Internet

Ever wonder if your heart rate goes up while you're off surfing the web? Well wonder no more!

Drink Black Tea to Reduce Risk of Parkinson's Disease

A new study conducted by researchers has shown that drinking one cup of black tea a day may reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease.

High Levels of Testosterone May Spread Disease

Biologists at Penn State University have discovered that high levels of testosterone may be a factor in spreading disease among mice.

Possible Cause of Endometriosis Identified

Endometriosis is a common medical problem in women and is characterized by tissue similar to the lining of the uterus also being found elsewhere in the body, most often in the abdominal cavity.

Patch Designed to Help Damaged Hearts

A patch has been designed that regenerates cardiac muscle damaged by a heart attack or heart failure.

Sleep Apnea Linked to Higher Risk of Death

New results from the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort have found that sleep apnea is associated with a high risk of death.

New Genes for Schizophrenia Revealed

Researchers have discovered new genes linked to schizophrenia.

Possible Sleep Gene Identified

In a recent study done by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, researchers used fruit flies to identify a gene that controls sleep.

Fat Around the Heart May Increase Heart Attack Risk

Researchers say that having fat around the heart may even be worse than having a high body mass index.

Doctors Warn That Texting May Kill You

Earlier this week, ER doctors issued AWTTW, which is text lingo for “a word to the wise” about the dangers of texting while doing your daily routines.

Bone Density May Help Determine Risk of Breast Cancer

A woman’s bone mineral density may be helpful in determining the risk of breast cancer, a new study finds.

Wearable Kidney Could Help Millions of People

Two researchers at UCLA have designed a peritoneal, wearable kidney that could replace the failing organs of a patient.

Licking Your Wounds May Help Them Heal Faster

Scientists have discovered a compound found in human saliva that can heal wounds quickly.

Viagra May Now Be Used To Help Women

Viagra has been used to help many men with sexual dysfunction problems, but now a study has shown that it may be useful to women that experience sexual problems while taking antidepressants.

Tobacco Plant Could Be Used To Fight Cancer

Scientists at Stanford University are trying to grow a new cancer vaccine and are looking to use the plant that has caused millions of people to develop cancer.

New Device Lets You Keep Tabs on Loved Ones

We all worry about our loved ones, especially when they are suffering from conditions such as Alzheimer's or dementia. A Spanish company called Keruve has recently designed a new GPS device intended for people that may happen to wander off or get separated from others easily.

Design For New Needle Based On Mosquito

A new needle has been designed by researchers that is based on the mosquito.