Remarkable progress has been made on HIV treatment over the past 15 years, with about 57 percent of all the people worldwide living with HIV currently on treatment, according to UNAIDS' latest data on Monday.
Specially tailored, ultrafast pulses of light can trigger neurons to fire and may one day be used to help patients with light-sensitive circadian or mood problems, a study of the University of Illinois (UI) shows.
Breastfeeding mothers who ate allergenic foods during pregnancy may protect their babies against food allergies, a new study suggested Monday.
Are you a morning person or a stay-up-late type? Do you feel frustrated every time you fail to get up early in the morning? Researchers said you really don't have to be, because morning versus evening types show a classic left-brain versus right-brain division.
Mutation in a gene linked to autism in people causes neurons to form too many connections in rodents, and that malfunctions in communication between brain cells could be the root of autism, according to a study of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
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