Everyone knows that the average human body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit … OR IS IT?! Have we been wrong about body temperatures all along?
Over the years scientists have been piecing together the puzzle that is our brain and recently we just learned about another puzzle piece regarding long-term memory.
Vitamin D, which is technically not a vitamin at all, is important for immune system health. With October's milder temperatures, taking a midday stroll in the sunshine will help your body convert a protein from ultraviolet rays into vitamin D3.
An artificial pancreas is a fully automated system that senses glucose readings and increases or decreases insulin delivery with a smart-control algorithm. This innovation could help millions living with Type 1 diabetes, especially children, achieve better glucose management.
For Alopecia Awareness Month, we're shedding some light on alopecia areata provided by our scientist in residence who has both personal experience and scientific knowledge of the medical condition.