Kids' meals at two major fast-food chains in San Francisco became slightly healthier after a 2010 law was enacted, suggests research from the University of Washington.
A new journal publication co-authored by Dr.
Developing next-generation technologies to restore memory is the goal of a new, multi-center $22.5 million, four-year effort. The project, which is in support of President Obama’s BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnolo
Parents who refused to immunize their children also tended to turn down fluoride treatments for them, according to a study from the University of Washington School of Public Health.
A variation in the CHD8 gene has a strong likelihood of leading to a type of autism accompanied by digestive problems, a larger head and wide-set eyes.
People hospitalized with a firearm injury are 30 times more likely to return to the hospital with another firearm injury than people hospitalized for other reasons.
Drug-caused deaths and heroin use among young adults increased in 2013, according to the annual King County Drug Trends report.
Two new tools – a system to improve the process of water-sampling and a simplified diagnostic for people – may soon strengthen global efforts to detect and eradicate poliovirus.
An international study involving more than 50,000 people has led to the discovery of novel regions of the human genome associated with vital capacity, an indirect measure of lung volume.