New study reveals impaired communication across various brain regions in compulsive gamblers. This suggests that gambling addiction may be more due to a deviation in the brain than a weakness of character.
The effect of a new drug or method is assessed too positively if the doctors who assess the patients’ course know in advance who received the new experimental treatment and who received the control treatment.
New study indicates that babies who are only fed breast milk do not get enough of the essential vitamin B12. This is contrary to WHO recommendations that babies should only receive breast milk in the first six months.
The bacteria in our intestines are different depending on which country we live in. By examining national differences, researchers can learn more about why bacterial interference in our intestinal flora appear to trigger type 2 diabetes in some people.
Childless Norwegians have travelled abroad for surrogacy, as the service is illegal at home. Their actions and willingness to speak out about them have started to transform the idea of what a family is and should be.