Researchers at Penn State University have created a new microfluidic device that can make biomedical diagnoses at a cheap and affordable cost. The device is also disposable, but also has reusable features.
Girls and young women who undergo cancer treatments may have to worry how these might impact the future of their fertility.
Seventy-five percent of high school herion users found a gateway to the drug through prescription opioids, according to researchers at New York University.
Seniors who walk slower may have higher amounts of a protein in their brain linked to Alzheimer's, according to a recent study.
E-cigarettes have been heralded as a way for smokers to quit. Now, though, researchers have uncovered some high-reactive free radicals that may pose a major health risk to users.
Researchers may have accidentally discovered how to stay younger for longer-at least in worms. A new study reveals that worms administered an antidepressant have increased lifespans of 30 to 40 percent.
Watching excess amounts of TV can have an effect on our bodies but it can also start to have an effect on our brains, according to a recent study.
The American Chemical Society has identified two compounds in coffee that can help prevent Type 2 Diabetes.
A study from Florida Atlantic University showed how relationships effected the consumption of alcohol by adolescents in them.
A recent study revealed that as climate change heightens, it will increase the spread of malaria within various regions of Africa.
Scientists may have taken one step closer to precise genome editing. They've engineered changes to the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing system that significantly cut down on "off-target" editing errors.