New findings published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry found that some children who were accurately diagnosed with autism lost their symptoms as they aged.
A new government survey indicates that the number of people seeking emergency treatment after consuming energy drinks has doubled across the nation during the past four years.
Public controversy has come to a boil over the twins in Belgium who decided to be euthanized after learning that they were going to lose their sight.
A new study published online in Leadership Quarterly indicates that our DNA may have more to do with our leadership abilities than we first realized.
In order to signify humanity's imminent demise, a group of scientists have updated the infamous Doomsday Clock to read five minutes before midnight.
The flu is continuing the spread across the United States with cities such as Boston experiencing more than 10 times as many cases as this time last year.
Black carbon may be the second most important man-made agent of climate change, and may have two times more impact on global warming than previously realized.
For years, astronomers have wondered why a super-dense gas cloud near our Milky Way galaxy’s core was not “birthing” more stars. Now they have found out why.
A massive sunspot known as AR1654 recently unleashed a M1-class flare into space, only one classification under the most severe X-class.
James Watson, the Nobel Prize winning scientist who helped discover the double helix structure of DNA, claims that multivitamins could interfere with traditional cancer treatments.
New findings from researchers at Emory University suggest that these primates have a sense of fairness, an attribute that was once thought to be uniquely human.