No additional cases of human infection were identified, according to China's National Health Commission.
The study shows that the drug profoundly lowers the usual brain’s usual barriers, bolstering evidence that it could be an effective tool for treating anxiety and depression.
Humans may be able to live for between 120 and 150 years, but no longer than this "absolute limit" on human life span, a new study suggests.
An Aboriginal memory technique that uses narrative and geography may outperform the famous "mind palace" technique.
In an early trial, a vaccine for type 1 diabetes showed promise in helping preserve the body's natural production of insulin for a subset of diabetes patients.
The influenza virus that caused the 1918 pandemic mutated into variants, much like the novel coronavirus has done in the current pandemic, century-old virus samples reveal.
Men with low testosterone levels may be more likely to have severe COVID-19, a small new study suggests.
The study is the first to follow children with the syndrome, called MIS-C, for as long as six months.
A new report finds that three Wuhan Institute of Virology staffers fell ill in November 2019, but it's not clear with what or how trustworthy the intelligence is.
Researchers developed a "pan-coronavirus" vaccine, designed to protect against many different strains of coronaviruses known to infect humans and bats.