Google has teamed up with Johnson & Johnson in the name of technological science. Moving forward, the two partners will now be working to help improve a vision for robotic surgical tools. They have partnered with Ethnicon, one of the U.S.'s biggest operating room tools and equipment suppliers.
Could you live to be 110? Possibly, but your genes will have a lot to do with it, according to research conducted by scientists at Boston University Medical Center.
New findings published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology show that hardly any of the subjects could actually remember how to draw this iconic logo when asked to from scratch or fewer than half, that is.
Comfort foods could help with some anxiety issues, a new study suggests.
Scientists may have discovered a way to genetically "edit" a mosquito, which may help keep it from spreading the deadly diseases chikungunya, yellow fever and dengue fever.
Did you know that crossing your fingers may reduce the pain you feel? How you feel pain is largely affected by where sources of pain are in relation to each other.
High-fat diets may not just impact your health. It could also alter your behavior and your brain. Scientists have discovered that high-fat diets could increase the risk for depression and other psychiatric disorders.
Could antibiotics improve the symptoms of autism? For the son of John Rodakis, it seemed to be the case.
New findings published in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases shows us that we may have a new superbug in our midst that's on its way to antibiotic resistance.
Scientists have found that antibiotic resistance may be poised to spread globally amount bacteria frequently implicated in respiratory and urinary infections, which could create a new generation of superbugs.
New findings published in JAMA Psychiatry have shown that a variety of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) interventions have be found helpful in preventing suicide attempts and nonsuicidal self-injury acts when reviewed in a randomized clinical trial of women who were dealing with a borderline per...
Researchers are continuously discovering new information about what causes Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia--a neurodegenerative brain disorder that will affect an estimated 53 million Americans in the United States in 2015.