Could removing a protein help slow blood vessel growth in tumors?
Could mass killings and school shootings in the United States actually be contagious?
Foodborne illnesses are more common than you think.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have discovered promising signs in stem cell therapy that may be effective in preventing and treating inflammation via transplant recipients. The findings are published in the journal Stem Cells, which are expected to eventually lead to new treatments for tr...
Thank our small marine, fishy-friend the seahorse for giving scientists a lesson in how to better navigate surgery based on its unusual skeletal structure.
Sociologists at Rice University have found that bisexual males and females report poorer health than gay, lesbian and heterosexual counterparts in a recent study. The findings will appear in an upcoming edition of Demography.
New findings published in the journal Current Biology reveal that people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may not distinguish between certain smells as easily as other children, suggesting that non-verbal tests related to smell could potentially serve as useful early indicators of ASD.
A bad night's rest can mess with anyone's head. But did you know that poor sleep habits can also affect our self-control?
Science shows that you get what you give, and that's also true when it comes to doing good deeds and easing social anxiety.
Researchers at Tufts University in Massachusetts are examining the dangers of sugary drinks, which have resulted in 184,000 deaths each year worldwide. Furthermore, sugar-sweetened drinks were also linked to about 25,000 American deaths alone, according to recent findings published in the journal Ci...
Did you know that your sense of smell is completely unique to you? Now, scientists have mapped the distribution of people's smell receptors in order to better understand individual sense of smell-something that's called the "olfactory fingerprint."