Wayne State University research
Both nature and nurture appear to be significant factors in early antisocial behaviors of adopted children, a Wayne State University researcher believes.
Diagnoses of cancer, heart disease, stroke and rheumatoid arthritis could happen faster with technology being developed by a Wayne State University researcher.
Researchers at the Wayne State University School of Medicine have shown that reduced blood flow from the heart leads to loss of gray matter in the brain.
A Wayne State University researcher has introduced computer technology that makes it easier for people who need wheelchairs to select one that best suits their needs.
Efforts to understand how the aging process affects the brain and cognition have expanded at Wayne State University beyond simply comparing younger and older adults.
While many people are scrambling to wrap up their holiday shopping, research out of Wayne State shows that women and men are distinctively different when making purchase decisions, even at a preconscious level.
The National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health recently awarded Lori A. Pile, assistant professor of molecular cell biology in Wayne State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, $1.39 million to research cellular division and growth. The study is intended to support the development of cancer treatments currently undergoing clinical trials.
The Keeywaytinook tribe in northern Ontario, Canada, couldn’t afford a high school, and its youth, some as young as 13 years old, had no option but to live in unfamiliar communities to attend school. But […]
A groundbreaking clinical study hosted at Detroit’s Hutzel Women’s Hospital shows that the rate of premature delivery in women — less than 33 weeks’ gestation — can be reduced by 45 percent simply by treating pregnant women at risk with a low-cost “gel” of natural progesterone during the midtrimester of pregnancy until term.
The American Stroke Association reports that stroke is the third leading cause of death and one of the top causes of disability in the United States. But, young adults showing signs of suffering a stroke are sometimes being misdiagnosed in hospital emergency rooms, preventing them from receiving early effective treatment that can prevent serious damage.