Humans are built for endurance, with shock-absorbing joints and springy tendons. Now, a new study shows that the human heart is also optimized for endurance - with features developed dependent on the individual’s level of physical activity!
Teams of scientists are developing therapies for COVID-19 infection using llama’s antibodies, which have several advantages over conventional (or human) antibodies.
A veteran team of Alzheimer’s disease researchers who have been working in the field for over 30 years proposes that the answer may be yes.
Neural-genital connection is stronger across many brain regions in women than in men when sexually aroused, according to a study that compares the neural basis of genital arousal in both sexes.