Most of our homes are soaked in mouse urine. It’s at the core of our asthma epidemic—but it helps rodents stay connected.
New clues into why some of us get stuck in a state of anxiety and others chill
Too much cell phone time for mouse moms makes for brain-addled babies.
Apples: An Anti-Obesity Pill?
A week's worth of mice, rats and other rodents in the headlines.
New research from Hong Kong reports changes in the brains of rats which were regularly exposed to smoky air.
Processed sugar isn’t just a recipe for obesity—it may also hurt your ability to learn.
Japanese researchers report mice who underwent heart transplants survived much longer if they were exposed to Mozart or Verdi.
Researchers propose pulling patients out of anesthesia with "a shot of adrenaline to the brain."
A University of Illinois study shows that healthy gut flora and daily doses of broccoli — even when it's been cooked to within an inch of its life — help fight cancer.
New research on responding to sound may have found a key to reversing, or even preventing, one of the effects of aging.
Scientists at Tel Aviv University are bioengineering tissues that can take the place of lab rats, saving untold lives.
Researchers have found a protein that may be the immune system's fountain of youth.
Amending the unmutated part of the mutated protein that causes a neurodegenerative disease may lead to a cure.
Research suggests a possible specific target for drugs fighting the most common type of breast cancer.