In a research study, students with an immobilized left arm who trained their opposite wrist completely preserved both the strength and muscle volume in the left arm.
A research study shows that training the other limb can actually help preserve muscle in a broken and immobilized one.
All multiple sclerosis sufferers have stem cells with the potential to heal them, but scientists are only just figuring out how to kick them into action.
Computer-aided decision-making has been shown to help in clinical contexts. But winning over doctors and patients is a different matter.
A large proportion of drug trial data never gets published, skewing our picture of drugs’ effectiveness and safety.
An article published in the journal of the British Medical Association, BMJ, earlier this week illustrates a devastating problem with the “evidence base” in the academic medical literature. A large proportion…