Thirty-one-year-old April Rollison died a week after having a pipe and a bottle of crack cocaine removed from her vagina.
An Ohio couple exchanged vows on Christmas day in their son's hospital room. Their four-year-old son, Billy, is currenty being treated for cancer. The couple, Sarah Lewis and William Cramer, had their wedding plans fall through when their little boy's health took a turn for the worst.
Scientists have found that the bonds that tie a neighborhood together can help shield community members from gun violence.
Loggers may be facing more challenges due to climate change. Muddy forests and shorter winters could spell disaster for loggers as stable, frozen ground melts.
Those who hate to disappoint may make for the most ethical and hard-working partners you can find in business. However, scientists have now found those who are more prone to feel guilty are also the most reticent to enter into partnerships.
It turns out that those with fewer Facebook friends just may be more successful with fundraising efforts.
Scientists have found that human echolocation operates as a viable "sense," working in tandem with other sense to deliver information to people with visual impairment.
Recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that childhood abuse may increase the risk of future migraines.
Could the glow of your iPad be messing up your sleep pattern? Recent findings published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) show that these devices could be interfering with our ability to get an adequate night's rest.
Many ethnic groups do not always receive equal time when it comes to advertising. Furthermore, individuals with disabilities are seen even less. Now, a new Target advertisement is hoping to change that. It features a two-year-old girl from Minneapolis who has Down syndrome.
Finding a good job in today's economy is no easy task. Yet recent findings show that minority men may be more likely to get "feminine" jobs.
You've probably never seen so many homemade gingerbread houses, until you make it out to Gingerbread Lane at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY. Chef and creator of the event, Jon Lovitch, has helped make thousands of these cookie homes come to life over the years.