A baby born with HIV was cured by pediatrician from University of Mississippi Medical Center. It is the first time such a case has been documented. Though medical staff and scientists are unclear why the treatment was effective.
Just ahead of Easter, an Indiana based candymaker has issued a voluntary recall Zachary Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs after some of its packages tested had "the potential for salmonella contamination," the according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Receiving shocking health news is enough to catch anyone off guard and even traumatized. A new study showed that nearly 25 percent of all women who have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, experienced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) soon after hearing the news.
Volcanoes have more impact on earth’s climate than previously thought, scientists at the University of Colorado have found.
Facebook will roll out a new look for its news feed at a media event on March 7 at its Menlo Park, California headquarters. The largest social networking site is seeking ways to refresh its look for its 1 billion users.
A new Finnish study say that women who have numerous boys don't live as long after the last birth of their son, compared to women who have many daughters.
A shark killed an award-winning director in New Zealand as he swam alone some 650 feet from the shore, resulting in authorities opening fire in order to scare away the Great White and other sharks that had gathered, according to local reports.
SpaceX is set to launch of Friday its second official cargo supply mission to the Space Station.
Fossil evidence has allowed scientists to reconstruct the Helicoprion, the ancient spiral-toothed fish.
Mars rover Curiosity has successfully placed two small samples of rock powder into its "compact laboratories" for analysis, rover mission scientists said in a statement on Monday.
According to the new climate model that was developed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, and analysed by scientists at GFDL and Princeton University, it is predicted that less snow will fall globally over the next 100 years caused by incr...