Every year, 1 in 1,000 people with epilepsy dies suddenly. Scientists are using stem cells from children with rare seizure disorders to find answers and potentially guide treatment.
Changes in epigenetics suggest a predictive marker for childhood ependymomas and similarities with DIPG tumors.
A new study in mice suggests that low-fiber diets prompt a gut bacteria response that may leave the colon vulnerable to infection.
As antibiotic resistance to the drugs used to treat UTIs grows, producing a vaccine to prevent them becomes more crucial. How one team is leading the way.
Scientists can now grow 3-D models of various organs from stem cells, creating new ways to study disease.
The finding suggests a potential therapy to slow the disease in patients or a possible preventive strategy for women at high risk for ovarian cancer.