A new UCLA School of Nursing study is the first to reveal the devastating consequences of smoking on the nursing profession. Published in the November
The positive U.S. health trend documented over the past 30 years of reduction in risk for heart disease is not as strong as is widely perceived
Like other kinds of cells, immune cells lose the ability to divide as they age because a part of their chromosomes known as a telomere becomes progressively shorter with cell division.
Is the baby a boy or girl? Few things are harder for new parents than hearing their doctor say,
Clusters of mouse embryonic stem cells called embryoid bodies more closely approximate true embryos in organization and structure than previously thought, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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