Do you have perfect pitch? You may not be as musically flawless as you might think. Researchers have found that people who possess this rare ability failed to notice a gradual change in pitch while listening to music.
Modern humans have been migrating across the globe since they first emerged from Africa. Yet researchers have often wondered when they settled in Asia and what route they took from Africa. Now, scientists have made some new discoveries that may reveal the answer to this question, showing that humans...
Could the beer belly actually be a myth?
Fertility treatments can provide amazing results for many couples who may not have otherwise been able to conceive a child. However, for some treatments in particular, ethical concern may prevent or confuse possible participants.
The human eye is a bit more complicated than we first thought. Scientists have discovered a previously undetected layer in the cornea, the clear window at the front of the eye. The findings could dramatically improve surgeries that involve corneal grafts and transplants.
A baby suffering from a brain aneurysm was saved with a little help from superglue.
Tossing the ball around might be a bit more dangerous than we know. For soccer players in particular, scans from a study revealed that those who hit the ball with their head experienced a lot of changes regarding white matter in their brain. And some of these changes were even similar to those who h...
Teen heart-throb, 19-year-old Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber has paid $250,000 to reserve a seat on Virgin Galatic's SpaceShipTwo, scheduled to launch by 2015.
Researchers believe that reducing the number of unnecessary and high-dose CT scans that children undergo could potentially cut their lifetime risk for associated cancers by as much as 62 percent, according to a recent study.
The numbers dying from Diabetes continue to grow, with 67 fatalities due to the disease per 100,000 people who in New York City, alone.
A new electronic device could potentially help alert users of organ transplant rejection during early stages.
For Michele Koebke, her goal is to have the world's smallest waist. And so far, she's making it happen by wearing corsets all day and night to shrink her size down further from its current 16 inches.