Children who were left without parental care for extended periods show larger gray matter volumes in their brain, according to a recent study.
Through 3-D printing, scientists have developed uniform ‘blocks' of embryonic stem cells that are potentially capable of building micro-organs, according to recent findings.
New research estimates that as many as one in three young men in China will die from smoking.
Researchers may have uncovered the smallest snail in the world. The miniscule snails, which were collected in China, are so small that they are called "microsnails."
Protecting China's giant pandas may not just be helping the bears; it could also be benefiting other threatened species.
China is known for its smoggy, black skies that can cause health hazards to the public. But for a few days before Beijing's military parade, the city experienced perfect, azure skies.
New findings published in the journal Cell Death Discovery suggest, for the first time, that the use of local anesthetics may affect tooth cell growth as well as the development of children's teeth.
Wind can be a powerful, shaping force. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at how wind sculpted one of Earth's most spectacular features: China's Loess Plateau.
Scientists have found along the Tien Shan, Central Asia's largest mountain range, glaciers have lost a staggering 27 percent of their mass and 18 percent of their area during the last 50 years.
There's a reason that China is looking into clean energy, and that's because its air pollution is killing its population. A staggering 1.6 million Chinese a year are killed due to the polluted air each year.
Chinese cave "graffiti" may tell a 500-year story of climate change.
Chinese toddler Hanhan was born with a rare congenital disorder known as hydrocephalus, a condition in which the brain fills with cerebrospinal fluids that are unable to properly drain from the skull; this has left the young girl's head three time's its normal size. Yet fortunately, doctor's have be...