Latest News

Gulf war illness not in veterans' heads but in their mitochondria

Veterans of the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War who suffer from ?Gulf War illness? have impaired function of mitochondria ? the energy powerhouses of cells, researchers have demonstrated for the first time. The findings could help lead to new treatments benefitting affected individuals -- and to new ways of protecting servicepersons (and civilians) from similar problems in the future.
View full story

Post your comment.

Name:
Email:
Rating:
Comment:
Verification
 

  • Pathological gambling is associated with altered opioid system in the brain: Reduced feeling of euphoria when compared to healthy volunteers

  • Why depression and aging are linked to increased disease risk

  • Birth season affects your mood in later life, new research suggests

  • Highly Connected CEOs More Likely to Broker Mergers and Acquisitions That Harm Firms

  • Irritable bowel syndrome: Males report more social stress than females

  • New test to help brain injury victims recover

  • Panic attacks associated with fear of bright daylight

  • Fish intake associated with boost to antidepressant response

  • Aspirin shown to benefit schizophrenia treatment

  • American Alzheimer's plan milestones must be strengthened to meet goal by 2025, experts say

  •