As humans have evolved the ability to fight pathogens, these same adaptations have led to the emergence of inflammatory diseases, new research suggests.
Researchers have now uncovered a cellular mechanism that may explain how the herpes simplex virus goes into and comes out of hiding.
A small study reveals that rapamycin, a drug with a long history as an immune suppressor, can improve tone and reduce wrinkles and sagging in
Inflammation drives neuron damage by tau protein accumulation in Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative brain diseases, according to new research.
A new study finds that the average human body temperature has declined over the last 2 centuries. This may indicate other physiological changes.
New research suggests that certain immune markers in people’s blood could help identify those at higher risk of disease and disease-related death.
The flu can cause harm during pregnancy. Learn about how to treat it, the symptoms, when to seek help, and about the safety of the
Researchers have identified the mechanism through which high blood fat levels induce inflammation, raising the risk of organ damage and vascular problems.
White blood cells are vital for immune system functioning. In this article, learn about what types there are and what can affect them.
New research in macaques finds that changing the delivery method of an existing tuberculosis vaccine can drastically improve its efficacy.