Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a potentially incapacitating disease that poses unpredictable challenges, but does not signal a shorter lifespan.
Could a seemingly innocent sound like someone chewing potato chips shoot up your heart rate and send your brain into a frenzy as if you were caught in a life-and-death situation?
Sleep learning, the way people commonly think of it, is almost certainly impossible. But researchers are discovering types of learning that occur during sleep, with exciting applications.
In waking life, such a case of quickly forgetting recent experiences would surely land you in a doctor's office. With dreams, however, forgetting is normal. Why?
An artificial retina made of organic ink and gold may be able to restore vision someday, a new study suggests.
Heart rate, also known as pulse, is the number of times your heart beats per minute. A normal heart rate depends on the individual as well as a variety of factors.
From drinking clear drinks to taking ancient herbal remedies, there are several ways to avoid a hangover after New Year's revelry.
American teens who abuse opioid drugs typically first received the drugs from a doctor, a new study finds.
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