The discovery may pinpoint where cardiovascular issues such as high blood pressure and heart failure are controlled in the brain.
Using MRI, scientists have captured 3D images that show how infants' brains and skulls change shape as they move through the birth canal just before delivery.
Researchers have developed technology that can produce large quantities of stem cells in a short time, using only a small blood sample.
Oral vaccines are both safer and less expensive than injections, so researchers are continuously pursuing ways to produce an oral vaccine that is sufficiently effective.
Researchers have discovered how a hospital superbug evades the immune system to cause infection — a breakthrough that could pave the way for new treatments.
Most will associate cancer with its fast growing cells that spread uncontrollably — but in fact, it's often the cancer cells that are dormant and inactive that pose the greatest threat.
Researchers from the University of Leicester have provided a set of recommendations about how to address the overuse of antibiotics in health care.
Despite effectively inducing desensitisation in the clinic, oral immunotherapy for peanut allergies appears to considerably increase allergic and anaphylactic reactions.
Gut microbes from high HIV-risk men drive immune activation in mice and HIV infection in cells, according to a new study.
Scientists have confirmed that there is a link between the gut microbiome and the immune system's ability to fight cancer.
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Fungus can imitate signals from our immune system and prevent our body from responding to infection, new research has found.
Early trauma may affect the structure of the brain in a way that makes clinical depression more likely to be severe and recurrent.
Impairment of the brain's amygdala makes people more susceptible to deception, allowing illusory perceptions to arise much faster and more pronounced.
The latest research from NASA has revealed that herpes viruses reactivate in more than half of the crew aboard Space Shuttle and International Space Station missions.