The drug, acetazolamide, that is used to treat a variety of conditions, such as altitude sickness, glaucoma, heart failure, epilepsy and seizures, may also benefit patients with glioblastoma, which is an aggressive form of brain cancer.
A type of lipid known as, phosphatidylethanoloamine or PE, have been recently discovered by scientists from the National Institutes of Health.
Questions and concerns have been raised regarding the safety and efficacy of kratom, which is a relatively new drug in the Western world.
Scientists have recently discovered why males are more at risk for developing neurodevelopmental disorders and how biological sex affects one’s chance of disease.
A new immunotherapy, called chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) therapy, that uses immune cells cultured from stem cells has been engineered to annihilate cancer cells.
In a groundbreaking study, human stem cells were used to restore proper heart function in primates with heart failure.
A specific group of immune system cells that can generate and bolster gut inflammation has been discovered by a team of University of Alabama researchers.
A new, fast-acting flu drug that can control flu symptoms in a single dose has been granted priority review by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Researchers from The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, California have discovered that the activation of the brain receptor, GPR139, can relieve alcohol withdrawal symptoms and block alcohol addiction.
An oral delivery method that could completely change the way diabetics monitor their blood sugar levels has been generated by researchers from Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).