Let’s hope they bottle it soon!
“It’s a ripoff.”
Look to your left, look to your right; two out of every three people has it.
The number of moles may be a clue.
The placebo effect has been growing over the years.
A better way to quit smoking?
Three scientists share the prize valued at roughly $960,000.
The nurse giving the shots flouted federal recommendations.
“We hope this procedure will bring the woman’s biology back in time and will reset the clock in her ovary.”
“Americans are pretty poor eaters, but SNAP participants have particularly bad diets.”
Must be all that protein.
Young hedge fund manager spikes price of infectious disease drug, internet goes nuts. But, does he have a point?
The impact on humanity could be sickening.
A case of the blues will have one big effect on how you see things.
This major breakthrough could save thousands every year.
It’s more than just a fun thing to do.
Even blind people’s eyes move during REM sleep, so the movement doesn’t have anything to do with seeing.
Depending on who you are, naps could be just what the doctor ordered or a sign of an early death.
With new laws and changing attitudes toward marijuana, it’s good to debunk one of the biggest fears.
For now, women will just have to bring a sweater — or a quilt — to the office.
New research finds that height influences the length of a woman’s pregnancy and the frequency of premature birth.
They’re becoming more resistant.
After sunburns, we look like crabs — but now scientists say they’ll actually prevent them.
Night owl? Sleep in late? Chances are, you’re a genius.
Forgot where you left your keys? Run barefoot or go climb a tree!
Hillary, Kim and Kanye took the selfie of the summer!
New study finds that music is a reflection of who we are — what do you think your favorite song says about you?
Drug companies have spent billions for the answers that rare genetic mutations may hold.
The company announced the new policy on its blog, described as “an unlimited leave policy for new moms and dads that allows them to take off as much time as they want during the first year after a child’s birth or adoption.”
A patient at University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital was “exhibiting Ebola-like symptoms” Tuesday night.