Chips, soda, candy bars and … contraceptives?
Don’t blame adults too much: adult vaccine schedules are much tricker to manage than the standard immunization requirements for children.
Could mind-reading become a reality? Scientists have discovered a method of tracking the brain’s response to sounds and then translating the activity back into the words people heard.
Two new studies remind us that eating habits may be strongly influenced by people around us.
Circumcision can help drop the rate of HIV infection in Africa. The challenge is getting more men snipped more quickly.
For women, that morning cup o’ joe may act as more than just a pick-me-up.
Lego’s new building set for girls is sparking outrage among gender-equality advocates.
The symptoms of the bizarre illness known as Morgellons are enough to make your skin crawl. For patients who say they are suffering from the condition, that sensation is all too real.
A new study finds that consuming foods fried in olive or sunflower oils is not linked to an increased risk of heart disease or premature death.
Why teens are more likely to crash when transporting passengers.