In the United States, one in six adults reported taking at least one psychiatric drug in 2013.
Statins, which are usually used to lower blood cholesterol levels, could reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Astronomers observed rings form around a star, hinting planet formation.
The discovery of a 2-mile wide crater in Antarctica left scientists puzzled. The crater is caused by strong winds carrying warm air as a result of global warming.
Warm winters affect reindeer's health by depriving them of the food they need to support gestation.
The vaccine, dubbed as SAV001, is a “killed whole-HIV-1 vaccine” that has passed its first human trial and is now ready to move on to a bigger trial with 600 patients.
The brightest supernova observed in 2015 was not a supernova after all, but a massive black hole swallowing a nearby star.
A new robot could sense the shape and texture of objects it gets in touch with.
Alexion drug company, the maker of the world's most expensive drugs, has announced the unexpected changes in the company's leadership. The reasons are still kept undisclosed.
The world's most advanced stellarator, a device that could produce infinite energy, actually works.
Atlantic killifish have evolved into a species resilient to the toxic effects of polluted waters. How can they do this?