Mayo Clinic studies searching for an effective treatment for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) discovered St. John’s wort to be ineffective.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
A study at Mayo Clinic suggests that aggressive surgery may be the best option for survival in children with gliomas, or low-grade brain tumors.
New research presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) may reveal certain biomarkers to assist in early detection of prostate cancer in men who show no disease symptoms.
Mental difficulties may be due to oxygen deprivation based on the structure of the brain in a person who has sleep apnea.
Both bipolar disorder and ADHD cause children to have attention problems, become easily irritable, and act impulsively.
Women taking part in this study experienced increases in sex drive, and also overall improvements with sexual satisfaction.
Benefits of sleeping may extend beyond rest and relaxation. New studies explain how sleep may help…
Underage drinking and risky sexual behaviors may be a sign a child does not like school.