Pediatric researchers have found that children and adults treated with some oral antibiotics have a significantly higher risk of developing kidney stones. This is the first time that these medicines have been linked to this condition, according to the research
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Researchers at the MRC and British Heart Foundation have discovered that bacterial diversity in the human gut heavily influences hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), a known risk factor for cardiovascular disease, study reports
Anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) have had a major impact on children, improving their quality of life and significantly reducing both morbidity and mortality, according to the research
Researchers have uncovered a genetic signal common to both cerebral palsy and autism. The finding comes from the first large-scale study of gene expression in children with cerebral palsy
Some first-trimester bleeding occurs in up to 1 in every 4 pregnancies. Now, new research suggests that if bleeding extends beyond a day there could be implications for baby's birth weight
A "biomechanical" analysis of a previously taken pelvic or abdominal computed tomography (CT) scan is at least as accurate in assessing an individual's hip fracture risk as a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scan, according to new research.
Marine-derived compounds, including nucleotides, amides, quinones, polyethers, and peptides are biologically active compounds isolated from marine organisms such as sponges, gorgonians, soft corals, and bryozoans, including those mentioned above.
A new protein analysis tool developed at the University at Buffalo could vastly increase the speed and precision of disease and drug analysis. The new tool, called IonStar, would provide high accuracy in quantifying the proteins.
If dead cells accumulate in the body, they can contribute to inflammation and predispose individuals to multiple chronic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, Crohn's disease or lupus by uncharacterized pathways.
A study conducted by researchers at The University of Kansas Cancer Center has found that early screening of lymphatic function is highly effective in improving outcomes for women at high risk for breast cancer-related lymphedema.
A Vermont health care organization working to keep patients healthier while reducing costs is being closely watched because of its rate of success it had within 1% of meeting its financial target in its first year.