Latest Rochester Medical Center Stories
Scientists have uncovered the fluâ€™s secret formula for effectively evolving within and between host species: balance.
Scientists are making strides against cerebral malaria, a fatal form of malaria in children that can ravage the brain and is extremely difficult to treat.
Scientists have taken another important step toward understanding just how sticking needles into the body can ease pain.
Implications for treatment of polycystic ovarian syndrome, No 1 cause of female infertility
HDL cholesterol can transform from good to bad actor in heart disease process .
University of Rochester Medical Center scientists discovered a defect in cellular pathways that provides a new explanation for the earliest stages of abnormal skull development in newborns, known as craniosynostosis.
â€œI didnâ€™t know what was wrong,â€ many patients say.
A University of Rochester study helps to explain why men get liver cancer more often than women and opens the door for a new treatment pathway, by showing a direct link between the androgen receptor, which is more active in men, and the hepatitis B virus as it relates to the deadly cancer.
Tightly controlled study saw no benefits for sleep, attention and bowel function.
The US Air Force Suicide Prevention Program (AFSPP) has reduced suicide rates significantly since it was launched in 1996, according to a new study that examined almost three decades of data.