Sepsis refers to a systemic (body-wide) infection accompanied by inflammation. Newborn infants are particularly susceptible to developing sepsis, given their naïve and under-developed immune systems.
A new paper comparing the ability to match pitch and duration in speech and song is providing valuable insight into vocal imitation deficits for children
Beige is considered a calming paint color, and scientists have new evidence that beige fat has a similar impact on the brain, bringing down the
Height loss in middle age is linked to a heightened risk of early death, primarily from heart disease or stroke—at least in Northern European women—suggests
Rheumatoid arthritis or one of the other types of inflammatory arthritis, diagnosed before or during peak reproductive years, may curb men’s fertility, finds research published
New Research from the Prevention Research Center of the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation investigated the effects of California’s 2016 law that raised the
A person’s genetics may hold the key to early intervention in cardiovascular disease, leading to better outcomes in patient care. Researchers at Baylor College of