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TAU researchers develop diagnostic tool for the most commonly misdiagnosed disorder.
Blood sugar surges — after-meal glucose "spikes" — can be life threatening for the 29 million Americans with diabetes.
New TAU study confirms creative energy in Parkinson's sufferers is greater than in healthy individuals
One of the hardest parts of new parenthood is never getting enough sleep. Once an hour, every night, the baby cries out for food, comfort, or to be cleaned. Most new parents report feeling more exhausted in the morning than they did the night before.
In what is being described as landmark discovery about the origins of the universe, Tel Aviv University researchers report in the journal Nature that black holes, formed from the first-ever stars, heated the gas throughout space much later than previously believed.
A basic blood test used by diabetics to gauge their average blood glucose control could also help diagnose the condition far earlier than previously believed.
Patients in a vegetative state may be able to recognize photographs of their family and friends, according to a new study.
More than 1,000 species of echolocating bats exist, compared to just 80 species of nocturnal non-echolocating birds. It seems that normal vision works in tandem with echolocation to give bats an evolutionary edge, however, no one knows exactly how.
Treating depression using selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) is often a trial-and-error process, but new research lays the foundation for a new genetic test that could allow doctors to provide patients with a personalized treatment program.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.