The findings of a new Cornell University research suggested that female mice exhibit a strong drive to socialize with other females following periods of acute isolation, significantly increasing their production of social calls that are akin to human emotional vocalizations.
According to a study led by researchers at UC San Francisco, individuals who are hospitalised during pregnancy due to sepsis have higher odds of complications surrounding childbirth.
A new study has suggested that long-term exposure to air pollution appears to still be linked to higher mortality despite the existence of air quality standards that restrict levels of pollution.
Of the fresh cases, Kerala contributed a majority of cases by mounting 32,097 new cases yesterday. The total death toll in the country reached 4,39,895.
A new study has found that the dangerous combination of weak muscles and abdominal fat can lead to a significant loss of gait speed in older people.
A new research from RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has demonstrated the beneficial effects of breast milk consumption on cardiovascular health and early cardiovascular development in premature infants.
According to results of a new study, telemedicine appointments combined with in-person visits significantly reduced the risk of further illness for children with medically complex cases.
A new study has shown that two months after the second Pfizer/Moderna vaccination, antibody response decreases 20 per cent in adults with prior cases of COVID-19. The study also tested how well current vaccines resist emerging variants.
Clinicians from the University of Pittsburgh have discovered that a telephone-delivered nursing care strategy that combined heart failure care management with depression treatment improved patients' clinical outcomes.
A recent study by the University of Oxford, UK suggest that a potential link exists between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease.