Experts explain that the consistent mental battle about various rules in each language is enough to keep the brain active for individuals who speak two languages.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
It has been estimated that as many as 100,000 Americans fail to receive necessary heart surgeries each year.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has tight regulations as is, but the standards may change because of these issues.
Experts explain in the EMBO Molecular Medicine journal that there is strong evidence alluding to ZNF703 being a new oncogene.
Many cities, including New York, have already banned smoking inside certain buildings like restaurants and bars.
New findings from the American Diabetes Association can help individuals who suffer from diabetes.
Many scientists have been searching for ways to decrease production time of formulating and mass-producing various vaccines.
Researchers estimate the cost of the unnecessary images performed on men from this study alone to be nearly $35 million of American taxpayer money.
It was originally thought that this would properly prepare the muscles for upcoming activity, but new findings may suggest otherwise.
A new study explains that existing therapies for treating chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) may be just that — old therapies.