Researchers Identify Key Brain Proteins Responsible For Epilepsy Development

Researchers identify key brain proteins responsible for epilepsy development.  The new research “could potentially change textbooks” on epilepsy and call for new treatments, according to the investigators. An estimation by the World Health Organization (WHO) notes that 50 million people in the world have epilepsy. It is one of the most common neurological conditions in the world. […]


Scientists Correlate Rising U.S. And Mexico Suicide Rates To Climate Change

Scientists correlate rising U.S. and Mexico suicide rates to climate change’ increasing temperature. Researchers have linked warming temperatures with higher rates of suicides. A new study suggests Monday that if climate change continues uncontrolled, escalating temperatures could lead more suicides in U.S. and Mexico by 2050. This new study highlighting the link between warm weather and increased […]


Testosterone In Addition To Chemotherapy Can Improve Patients’ Quality of Life

Testosterone in addition to chemotherapy can improve patients’ quality of life, a new research shows. Cachexia is a condition characterized by loss of weight, fatigue, muscle atrophy, weakness and significant loss of appetite. It is seen in many people with cancer. Various studies have shown that nearly 50% of all patients with cancer experience cachexia, causing damage to […]


Aging Together With Obesity Affects Brain, Boosting Alzheimer’s Risk

Aging together with obesity affects brain, boosting Alzheimer’s risk, a new study found. The effects of natural aging processes, obesity, and a poor diet, all jointly prime the brain that causes the risk of Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive mental deterioration that destroys memory and other important mental functions.  The development of this condition […]