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MRI technology opens the new door to a new understanding of irritable bowel syndrome and dietary changes that may help IBS sufferers.
Researchers are testing existing drugs and compounds as they search for new cancer treatments hidden in plain site.
Men who share a pint with their mates report better mental health due to feelings of togetherness and support.
Research has shown that aerobic exercise can help lower diabetes risk, and it seems muscle-strengthening exercises may be just has helpful.
Among the most common conditions new babies suffer are gastrointestinal issues, but it's possible that use of a probiotic may help some of these problems.
Some newborns have breathing problems after birth, and according to a recent study, antidepressants taken during pregnancy may have a small role in these breathing problems.
Pap smears are considered a huge success story in the medical world. These tests have helped to diagnose cervical cancers at earlier and more treatable stages. Pap tests also pick up precancerous cells.
Adult women are recommended to get regular screenings for cervical cancer, but there is not much agreement about the age at which cervical screening should stop. Evidence about the impact of screening on cervical cancer incidence in older women is...
Most of us get our eyes checked routinely — especially if we need a prescription for glasses or contacts. But there’s a more important reason to get annual examinations after age 65: the changes that occur with age.
A research team from the Vanderbilt Brain Institute compared having autism to watching a poorly dubbed foreign film due to auditory and visual signals not matching in an autistic person's brain.