The National Institutes of Health awarded a $1.4 million grant to a team of cardiologists — including two from the UA — last November to study the behavior of a genetic cardiac disease that can cause death in young athletes. The disease, known ...
The approach is simple: Drop a sample of blood cells into an acid bath and you get back a sample of stem cells, according to a study led by Japanese scientist Haruko Obokata published last month in Nature. To some, the results of the study sound too ...
The metal feet of a spacecraft touch down on the rust-colored soil of Mars. It is not the first machine that humans beings from Earth have sent to the red planet, but this time it’s different.
Conversation within a relationship can help cancer patients, according to a study led by Matthias Mehl, an associate professor in the department of psychology. read more
Love means different things to different people. However, the hormones and neurotransmitters released in the brain in response to that heart-felt sensation is the same. read more
In fairy tales, medieval romances and even the “Harry Potter” series, using a love potion generally doesn’t lead to a happy ending. read more
It seems like everywhere we turn this month there are relics of romance. Whether it be obnoxiously large teddy bears or a couple cuddling on a bench, it’s obvious something is in the air — but is it love or lust? read more