Divorcing parents, a car accident, a job layoff or any other major stressful event can provoke adolescents to quit their studies, a new UdeM study shows.
Letter to the Editor: Quantifying U.S. medical residency competitiveness in different fields
Findings recently published in The Journal of Sex Research contradict the DSM-5, as they demonstrate that a number of legal sexual interests and behaviors considered anomalous in psychiatry are actual
A team of researchers have just identified a small molecule, miR-137, involved in the development of pancreatic cancer, one of the relentless cancers.
Researchers have just released a new interactive tool to visualize, with unprecedented detail, the geographic distribution of climate opinions across Canada.
Young adults in their twenties who regularly binge drink have higher blood pressure which may increase the risk of developing hypertension, concludes a new study.
The FDA grants a Fast Track designation for a treatment for primary mitochondrial myopathy.
Drugs approved to treat heart failure, cardiac arrhythmia, and infections showed promising perspectives in treating cancers.
A new approach gives promising results for the treatment of multiple myeloma, considered incurable with conventional chemotherapy, resulted in a total cure rate of 41%, a record level.
Researchers question the pertinence of Health Canada ADHD medication warnings.
A new study provides valuable information about certain mechanisms governing DNA repair and action of drugs that prevent cancer cell growth.
Researchers analysed strategic voting during the elections and demonstrated that it was slightly more present during the 2015 federal election than in the past.