MRIs Could Help Predict Whether Infants at High Risk Will Develop Autism
May 12, 2017
The protein that could help fight asthma
April 20, 2017
Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine may have found the first new direction for treating asthma in years. They isolated a protein that when missing from the airway causes the swelling, constriction and mucus emblematic of asthma.
UNC researchers discover new way to control HIV
January 24, 2017
Over the past 20 years antiretroviral therapy (ART) has dramatically cut the number of AIDS deaths, but in 2014, HIV was still the eighth leading cause of death among Americans aged 25-34 and ninth among those between 35 and 44.
UNC Researchers Help Develop Safer, Less Addictive Painkiller
October 20, 2016
Babies Feeding from Large Bottles Eat More, Gain More Weight
June 16, 2016
Admit it. At least once in your life, you have eaten a little more than you needed to. Obviously, eating too much is not ideal for our health, but everyone does it sometimes, and there are worse vices than eating an extra slice of pie, pizza or Thanksgiving turkey every once in a while.
New Research Shows Stress Management Could Boost Cardiac Rehabilitation
May 16, 2016
Surviving a heart attack or heart procedure is not the end of the story.
After the damage a heart can endure through the course of heart disease, it needs to heal, and after a heart event or heart surgery, many medical centers recommend a supervised heart rehabilitation program to help in the healing process.
UNC Researchers Discover Specific Mutation that Causes Autism Spectrum Disorder
August 27, 2015