Johns Hopkins researchers have genetically engineered the first mouse that models both the anatomical and behavioral defects of schizophrenia, a complex and debilitating brain disorder that affects over 2 million Americans.
Today, researchers from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, along with colleagues from Stanford University, report the results of a large-scale, genome-wide study to investigate gene copy number differences ...
Childhood obesity in Great Britain is rising at such a rate that half of all boys will be obese by 2050, researchers said.
U.S. researchers have discovered insulin grown in plants can resolve diabetes in mice -- a finding holding promise for humans afflicted with the disease.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Monday for consumers to avoid eating fresh ginger imported from China.
The University of Texas at Austin announced a partnership with several video-game designers to help establish the UT Videogame Archive.
Washington officials are taking steps to ensure that the predicted resurgence of the endangered gray wolf in the state is managed correctly.
Infants whose mothers smoke during pregnancy have substantially higher blood pressures in their first months of life, Dutch researchers reported in Hypertension: Journal of the American Heart Association.
Panasonic today announced two new High Definition video camcorders. The new HDC-SD5 and HDC-SX5 camcorders employ cutting-edge imaging technology to capture video recordings that are breathtakingly clear and vibrant, especially ...
Italian woman wait longer to have children than women in any other developed country, a report from the Bocconi University social research center said.