In a new study with mice, a vaccine administered directly to the bladder cleared the bacteria that cause urinary tract infection. Can it work for people?
Mothers who have had COVID-19, or asymptomatic exposure to SARS-CoV-2, may be able to provide some protection against the virus to their newborns.
A new study with mice offers a promising way to potentially restore cognitive function loss due to Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.
The Inuit tell stories about the year that summer never arrived. Tree rings from 1783 confirm that the Laki volcano in Iceland caused the cooldown.
When people go to sleep and when they wake up changes with the moon, researchers report. The lunar effect may go back to our ancient ancestors.
A new trifunctional contraceptive gel enhanced male libido and prevented pregnancy in a study with rats.
A new study that sheds light on how microbes in sourdough starters influence both aroma and how the dough rises may surprise sourdough enthusiasts.
When exercised, human muscle can ward off the damaging effects of chronic inflammation, according to a new study using lab-grown muscle.
New research used spots on Earth, including Iceland and Idaho, to study the seasons on ancient Mars.
Researchers have a way to show whether our minds are focused, fixated, or wandering. They've found that a wandering mind might actually be helpful, too.