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By Eirian Hallinan If you're only going to have one essential oil in your medicine cabinet, then tea tree oil should most certainly be it. The oil, which comes from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant, has been used… The post 6 Best Uses for Tea Tree Oil appeared first on Natural…

Depleting a chemical called GM3 through genetic modification prevented the development of neuropathy in obese diabetic mice, a new study reports.

Research has found that structured block-building games improve spatial abilities in children to a greater degree than board games.

The demand for family caregivers for adults who are 65 or older is increasing significantly, and family caregivers need more recognition, information, and support to fulfill their responsibilities and maintain their own health, financial security, and well-being, says a new report.

One way chronic stress appears to cause depression is by increasing levels of a protein in the brain that decreases the availability of an important chemical that regulates our mood, scientists report.

New insights into the potential for new classes of HIF inhibitors to restore control of the hypoxia response -- representing the potential foundation of a new cancer-fighting strategy -- are the focus of recently published research.

A link between childhood self-control and smoking habits across life have been uncovered by researchers. The researchers found children with low self-control by age 10/11 were more likely to take up smoking in adolescence and had substantially higher rates of smoking as adults, even decades later…

Direct-to-consumer advertising of psychiatric medications appears to increase prescribing, which may be having a mixed effect on the quality of treatment, according to a new review of the very few studies on the topic.

The rising tide of product sharing can indeed lift all economic ships, including those of the product manufacturers, or firms, new research indicates.

Relying on clinical symptoms of memory loss to diagnose Alzheimer's disease may miss other forms of dementia caused by Alzheimer's that don't initially affect memory, reports a new study.

The way people walk can give clues to how aggressive they are, a new exploratory study has found. The work found that the exaggerated movement of both the upper and lower body indicated aggression.

Accurate mediastinal nodal staging is crucial in the management of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) because it directs therapy and has prognostic value. Now researchers have examined five-year survival after endosonography vs mediastinoscopy for mediastinal nodal staging of lung cancer.

Tiny, star-shaped molecules are effective at killing bacteria that can no longer be killed by current antibiotics, new research shows. The star-shaped structures are short chains of proteins called 'peptide polymers.'

Specific conditions -- tumor hardness and a lack of oxygen at the tumor's core -- lead to breast-cancer progression in laboratory cultures, researchers have found.

It's been known that the bacterium Klebsiella pneumoniae secretes small molecules called siderophores that enable it to acquire iron from a host and fuel its spread. Now, researchers have found that these molecules play additional roles in helping the organism invade.

Anyone who has tried sticking to an exercise routine knows it isn't easy. But the combination of a conditioned cue and intrinsic reward may be the key to developing an exercise habit, according to a new study.

While Zika remains a hot topic in the news, a new survey reveals that Americans believe the country's most significant health care challenge is cancer. In fact, the survey findings report "infectious diseases, such as Zika and Ebola," are tied with HIV/AIDS as the least important health care…

A new particle accelerator generating radioactive isotopes for use in nuclear chemistry will be employed to create new medical radiopharmaceuticals, report scientists.

For the first time, researchers describe how to prepare a specific type of aggregate of the amyloid-beta protein with the ability to perforate the cell membrane. What causes neuron death and the subsequent cognitive decline in Alzheimer´s disease is still unknown.

Collaborating in a group to remember information is harmful, new research suggests. The research statistically analysed 64 earlier collaborative remembering studies and found that groups recall less than their individual members would if working alone.

A new approach to behavior change that has been shown to successfully change hygiene, nutrition and exercise-related behaviors is described in a new paper.

Young women diagnosed with cancer face yet another challenge: infertility. Experimental research could restore their opportunity to start a family.

A news update on kratom from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Using archival documents, a new report examines the sugar industry's role in coronary heart disease research and suggests the industry sponsored research to influence the scientific debate to cast doubt on the hazards of sugar and to promote dietary fat as the culprit in heart disease.

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