King's College London
Health experts say we need to regulate cannabis products to make them safer to use.
These changes in brain connectivity may be responsible for a patient's long-term recovery from mental illness.
A new study poses an intriguing question: Does gum disease accelerate cognitive decline in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease? The answer may be found in inflammation.
"Clean the plaque of the heart" -- Radhanath Swami Speaks at King's College Dental Institute, London.
King's College London Dental Institute, often found at the top of the national leaderboards for Dentistry, regularly invites
But for all that, they never, in all these years, censored me or tried to limit my responses to their hostile questioning
The "red ball" test might tell you.
There's a peanut butter sniff-test, an at-home pencil and paper test, and now researchers say something as simple as a routine
Social media constitute the virtual battlefield in a struggle against terrorism that shows no signs of becoming less fierce. Once the foreign fighters now engaged in the Syrian war turn elsewhere, they will find numerous paths to follow, perhaps urged forward by their social media cheerleaders.
Researchers have been attempting to explain or prove its existence since at least 1944.