September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Next to lung cancer, prostate cancer is the deadliest cancer for men. It’s also the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men.… Continue reading
Bees and other pollinators are crucial for our food supply. In recent years, researchers have found worrying evidence that pollinators are adversely affected by climate change, which in… Continue reading
It is estimated that one in five people suffer from an autoimmune disease. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has identified over 80 different autoimmune diseases, and though… Continue reading
Pediatric cancer is generally defined as cancer in a patient age 14 or younger, though some definitions increase the age to 19. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of childhood cancers.
It takes all kinds to make the world, and likewise it takes many organelles to make a cell. Working together but dividing the labor, the nucleus, Golgi apparatus,… Continue reading
Huntington’s chorea, or Huntington’s disease (HD), affects about 1 person in every 10,000. Although there have been references to the disease as far back as the Middle Ages,… Continue reading
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You know what an antibody is, but do you know the difference between an IgM and a IgE? The body makes a few different types of immunoglobulin antibodies.… Continue reading