Medical research

Study finds link between genetics and coffee intake

It's 9 a.m. and coffee shops are bustling with the line for the drive-thru wrapped around the building. This is a common occurrence around the globe as coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages.

Oncology & Cancer

Team finds new potential causes of rare and lethal bone cancer

Little is known about the genetics and biology of chordoma, a rare and aggressive bone tumor. Chordomas occur in approximately one in a million people in the U.S. a year and 5% of these are in children. These tumors can arise ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

New AI algorithm may improve autoimmune disease prediction and therapies

A new advanced artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm may lead to better—and earlier—predictions and novel therapies for autoimmune diseases, which involve the immune system mistakenly attacking their body's own healthy ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Treatment-resistant depression linked to body mass index: Study

Genetic factors are a small but significant contributor to severe depression that does not respond to standard therapy, according to researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital.

page 1 from 36