Your body’s internal clock plays a role not only when you’re most alert and sleepy, but also when you burn the most calories, a new study finds.
Month: January 2019
You probably know when flu season happens, but what about chicken-pox season or gonorrhea season? Well, according to a new review study, a whole host of infectious diseases have “seasons” during which their activity peaks.
Feelings of sadness or anxiety might be linked to increased “chitchat” between two areas of the brain, a new study suggests.
An experimental “vaccine” for celiac disease is set to be tested in a new clinical trial to see if the treatment can protect patients with the condition from the effects of eating gluten — or, in other words, allow those patients to eat gluten safely.