Antibiotics that doctors typically prescribe for sinus infections do not reduce symptoms any better than an inactive placebo, according to investigators at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
The scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggest the problems controlling blood sugar may actually start in the intestines.
The researchers also found the language of seniors' online ads was different when describing themselves and what they were looking for in a relationship.
The findings of University of Michigan psychologist Ed O’Brien's “little chocolate test” could have serious implications.
Over the years, drivers acquire bad habits, but these habits can be unlearned even in old age
A new study challenges the theory that the placebo effect is a high-level cognitive function; the findings are promising for pain relief.
Limiting certain essential nutrients for several days before surgery may reduce the risk of serious surgical complications such as heart attack or stroke
Low-fat approach to eating hasn’t reduced obesity or made people healthier.