Resources & Publications

Alzheimer's / Dementia Posted on 05 Nov, 2018
New research suggests that targeting the brain's capillary cells with antidiabetes drugs may relieve Alzheimer's-related brain pathologies.
Allergy Posted on 05 Nov, 2018
The sinuses drain down the back of the throat, and issues such as allergies, infections, and colds can make the process irritating or painful. Some home remedies include nasal irrigation and steam therapy. Learn more here.
Cancer / Oncology Posted on 05 Nov, 2018
A new study investigates the potential use of a virus against cancer. Researchers hope that the findings will be useful for different types of cancer.
Nutrition / Diet Posted on 04 Nov, 2018
People tend to eat more when they are given a larger portion of unhealthful food. A new study asks whether the same rule applies for healthful snacks.
Clinical Trials / Drug Trials Posted on 03 Nov, 2018
An existing drug that people use to treat seizures can significantly reduce symptoms of major depressive disorder in a small number of participants.
Depression Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
Scientists used functional MRI to study the brains of 134 people and identified three new subtypes of depression, including a treatment-resistant subtype.
Diabetes Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
A person can use their body mass index (BMI) to determine whether they have a healthful weight. But, BMI does not take certain factors into account, such as the proportion of fat to muscle. Learn more here.
Dermatology Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
While researchers know there is a link between Candida, a type of yeast, and psoriasis, they do not fully understand how the two are related. Learn more with this article.
Flu / Cold / SARS Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
Emergen-C is a dietary supplement that claims to support the immune system. Some people take it to treat colds. We look at whether Emergen-C works or not.
Neurology / Neuroscience Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
Rehabilitation therapy with targeted and timed spinal cord stimulation helped men with paraplegia control leg muscles — even with stimulation turned off.