Researchers have shown that suppressive antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV reduces the virus load down to undetectable levels, meaning the virus is no longer transmissible.
Researchers have found a potential link between autistic-like behaviour in adult mice and exposure to a common antidepressant in the womb.
A new colorectal cancer vaccine, developed by US researchers, has shown positive results in a phase I clinical trial to demonstrate that the approach is safe.
Scientists have shown how pancreatic stellate cells become activated and secrete proteins to form a shell around the tumour in an attempt to wall off and contain it.
Known as RTS,S, the vaccine will be made available first in Malawi, for access to children up to two years of age. Ghana and Kenya will introduce the vaccine in the coming weeks.
Scientists have used deep mutational scanning to uncover Zika mutations that help foster virus replication in mosquito hosts, while hindering its ability to replicate in mammals.
Bacteria involved in gum disease can travel throughout the body, exuding toxins connected with Alzheimer's disease, rheumatoid arthritis and aspiration pneumonia.
People with a family history of depression or bipolar disorder can now evaluate their risk of developing them, thanks to a new website launched by UNSW researchers.
A definitive diagnostic test for Parkinson's disease is on the horizon thanks to Joy Milne, who has the ability to detect Parkinson's through smell.
The 2019 congress of the European Association of Urology saw scientists from all over the world share new insights into prostate cancer treatment.
Scientists have previously demonstrated that stress can exacerbate cancer’s progression, but it wasn't clear how. Now it appears we finally have some answers.
Researchers have developed a novel experimental treatment that could improve the lives of people with cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The second recorded case of a patient experiencing remission from HIV-1 infection after stem cell transplantation has been reported by UK scientists.
Sufferers of frontotemporal dementia become increasingly fixed on their external environment and lose the ability to mind wander, even during periods of boredom.
The online Heart Age Calculator helps people understand their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by comparing their 'heart age' to their actual age.