A "Drinkable Book" sounds like something out of a Sci-Fi movie, but it is indeed a real thing. This waterpurifying system is based on nanotechnology that's inexpensive to create and easily transportable.
Recent findings from the Nationwide Children's Hospital demonstrates how headaches increase in the fall among children heading back to school. Researchers have found that certain health issues may trigger the problem, including poor hydration and prolonged screen time that could contribute to a chil...
Statistics show that roughly one-in-five American adolescents are obese, with more than one third overweight, according to information in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Yet dosing obese teens with vitamin D shows relatively no benefit for their heart health or diabetes risk ...
A University of Michigan study headed by Robert Dickson, M.D., has discovered a potential connection between human and bacterial cells in the lung microbiome.
Imagine a book that can actually clean contaminated water. Sounds like science fiction, right? Scientists have created a book with treated paper pages that can be torn out and used to kill bacteria in water.
Climate change may be impacting your health in major ways. Scientists have taken a closer look at how the changing climate will impact public health in the U.S. Gulf Coast.
There's a reason that China is looking into clean energy, and that's because its air pollution is killing its population. A staggering 1.6 million Chinese a year are killed due to the polluted air each year.
Researchers have noted that anti-smoking laws in England have resulted in a drop in stillbirths and newborn deaths.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced their approval Thursday for the prescription use of the painkiller OxyContin in patients as young as 11 years old.
Scientists have created super intelligent mice that may help them shed some light on cognitive disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and other disorders.
Did you know it's not so long ago that scientists first discovered that REM sleep cycles were associated with dreaming?
New findings published in the International Journal of Obesity reveal that body mass index and the number of cigarettes smoked per day could potentially be used as a way to predict weight changes during the decade after a smoker quits.