Children exposed to indoor cats and dogs in early infancy are less likely to develop certain food allergies, researchers say.
High Risk of Skin Cancer Among Patients with Atopic Dermatitis, New Study Finds
A study presented at the AAD meeting evaluated the risk of developing melanoma and keratinocyte carcinomas among adults with Atopic Dermatitis.
Too Much Screen Time Linked to Adolescent Brain Changes and Increased Depression and Anxiety in New Study
MRI scans show structural changes in the brains of adolescents who spend greater amounts of time on cell phones, video games. TVs and other screens. Researchers say these changes were associated with increased depression and anxiety.
What Causes a Miscarriage? Researchers Uncover New Clues.
A new study finds embryos from pregnancies that end is miscarriage develop at a slower rate than embryos that end in live births
E. Coli in Raw Meat May Cause Half-a-Million UTIs in the U.S. Every Year, Study Finds
E. coli from raw poultry and meat is making its way into people through our food supply, causing UTIs and other illnesses, researchers say.
Warming Climate Linked to Rise in Flesh-Eating Bacteria in U.S. Waters
Scientists warn global warming is causing an increase in life-threatening infections from a flesh-eating bacteria found in warm, salty waters.
The Mystery to Beethoven’s Death May Be Over Thanks to Genetic Research
A team of scientists use 5 locks of Beethoven’s hair to uncover his genetic code and reveal clues to the composer’s health and death in 1827.
Highly Contagious, Often Drug-Resistant, Fungal Infection on the Rise, Study Finds
Cases of a serious fungal infection called Candida auris increased dramatically from 2019 to 2021, with a significant rise in drug-resistant cases, according to researchers.
Type 2 Diabetics who Follow a Low-carb, Plant-Based Diet Have Lower Risk of Premature Death, Study Finds
People with type 2 diabetes who eat a low-carb diet full of plant-based foods and high-quality carbs have a significantly lower risk of dying from all causes, according to researchers.