A scientific journal has recently reported about an Oregon stem-cell cloning study, which it says contain several image errors.
Above reports are mentioning about a stem-cell breakthrough of the Oregon researchers. The journal mentions that the study contains image errors, which has somewhat sparked an anonymous critique and questioning over the images that have been used in the paper.
As per a new study which got published in Journal of Academic Medicine, one-third of those American residents who are obese might not be getting the required and proper health care as their doctors are already biased against their treatment.
Researchers from Brown University analyzed data from a population-based case-control study and found that the independent risk factor in the disease of laryngopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) appears to be gastric reflux and also suggested that use of some antacids in this disease may offer some protection.
A new study has revealed that women with higher levels of stress hormone are less attractive to men. Study researcher Markus Rantala, a professor of biology at the University of Turku in Finland said that stress may also have adverse effects on fertility.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is said to be playing role of her mother Marcheline Bertrand in a biopic. The Oscar -winning actress, who is said to have undergone double mastectomy, will be playing a role in the film, which will be produced by Brad Pitt's production company Plan B.
A new study has determined that people suffering from mental illnesses in Australia are dying up to 16 years earlier than other people. Most of the deaths among these are as a result of the disease and not because of suicides and accidents.
Chief executive of Kidney Health Australia, Anne Wilson, said that regardless of the fact that one in three Australians are at a high risk of kidney disease, the level of the chronic illness remains small on the health radar of numerous people.