Recent research demonstrated that mature cells in the stomach sometimes revert back to behaving like rapidly dividing stem cells. Now, the researchers have found that this process may be universal, no matter the organ.
The development of new drugs currently focuses on just 60 percent of potential drug targets, a new study indicates.
New research clarifies the relationship between dramatic calorie restriction and improved regeneration in the intestines after injury.
Fear about health concerns may grip us, but a little hope might make us more willing to take preventative actions, according to researchers.
Significant amounts of lead and other toxic metals leak from some heating coils in e-cigarettes and contaminate aerosols that the user inhales, a new study suggests.