A new study has found that soda, especially diet soft drinks containing artificial sweeteners, decrease fertility in women.
A 9th-grade girl from Ohio has invented a cost-effective, solar- and wind-powered device that could bring clean water to impoverished countries.
Just 2 months after a short-selling firm warned that St. Jude cardiac devices could be hacked and weaponized, security experts have confirmed that claim.
Researchers studied mentions of food on Twitter to discover Americans’ relationship with food. Here are the top 10 food and beverage tweets, in order.
The Walk Again Project is working to help paraplegics walk again using virtual reality and robotic exoskeletons.
Doctors say that only about 50 percent of toxic shock syndrome cases actually arise from the use of tampons, with the other half coming from various other sources.
Children with autism are more likely to have severe symptoms if their mothers had an ultrasound during their 1st trimester of pregnancy.
A new study suggests that people who have kidney cancer who are obese or overweight may survive longer than slimmer people.
The Finnish government has recently introduced physical fitness guidelines, stating that children need at least 3 hours of exercise per day.
AnIndian urologist has been inaugurated as president of a worldwide medical-ethics group, even as he faces corruption and conspiracy charges.
Scientists want to find solutions to the growing problem of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. The latest weapon in their arsenal is Tasmanian devil milk.
If you see a teal pumpkin in front of a house this Halloween, it means that house is handing out non-food goodies to trick-or-treaters.
A large chemical leak in Atchison, Kansas, resulted in evacuations and shelter-in-place orders for thousands of people this morning.
Dr. William Harris believes that omega-3 fats play such a huge role in preventing disease that he is launching the Omega-3 Index.
Scientists are growing tiny human brains in the lab to study neurological diseases like autism. The brains aren’t conscious…for now.
A huge new study shows an association between hormonal birth control and clinical depression in women, but critics argue the link is weak.
The birth of baby mice made from eggs grown in a lab is sparking ethical debates over whether the technique should be used for humans by fertility clinics.