A genetic defect can greatly increase the risk of lung cancer, according to a report released by the Institute of Cancer Research in the United Kingdom.
Blondes may or may not have more fun, but they do have a special gene that's responsible for their golden locks. New research shows that a single genetic formation is to thank.
Children of divorced parents more likely to suffer from obesity, a team of Norwegian researchers reveal.
Study ties higher wattage ultra violet lamps at nail salons to risk of skin cancer.
Including prunes in a diet helps lower excess body weight and helps reduce waistline, a new study reveals.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Boston College with a two-year, $200,000 grant that will allow Professor G. Michael Barnett and undergraduate researchers to use technology for disseminating pertinent environmental data to the public.
The U.S. health regulators have given a green signal to the first generic version of celebrex capsules that is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions.
England's King Richard III did suffer from scoliosis, a newly created 3D model of the spine confirms.
Green tea, one of the healthiest drink in the world, is known to lower the risk of pancreatic cancer.
A team of researchers at Harvard University believe they are on their way to revolutionizing the field of regenerative medicine. In a study using mice, rats, and human cells, the researchers used a laser to regrow teeth.
NASA released its 2015 budget proposal back in March, but perhaps many didn’t scan the details of the $17.5 billion monstrosity. Their goal is to drive advances in science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration with its requests.
Due to the recent epidemic of UCL injuries among Major League Baseball (MLB) pitchers, Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Kevin Wilk are working to develop an iOS application to educate people on how to prevent throwing injuries.