The findings may represent a more effective way to tell whether or not Huntington’s Disease treatments may postpone the disease before it begins.
Schon and her colleagues have proposed a series of studies to explore how chronic stress arising from racism affects the brain structure and function in people of African ancestry.
Raising alcohol taxes could improve public health outcomes and costs related to excessive alcohol consumption.
For female Veterans with fibromyalgia symptoms, the impact of believing in their ability to begin and sustain a long-term exercise program appears to positively influence their results.
The new web-based tool “Learning Moments” developed by faculty clinicians at BUSM, allows students to electronically log their learning experiences and share them with peers.
BU-CTSI shares in $8.65 million grant funding five-year project to reduce disparities in breast cancer care.
BU receives final approval from Boston Public Health Commission.
Researchers have discovered a potential treatment target to prevent chronic kidney disease patients from developing blood clots without causing bleeding complications.
According to an editorial, the absence of inflammatory and ulcerative lesions in the colon should be the end goal of treating patients with ulcerative colitis.
Can the disease process be delayed by reducing stress granules and decreasing persistent stress response by genetically decreasing TIA1?