New study finds humans are moving higher up the food chain
Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health have devised a flu predictor that could pinpoint peak cases as much as nine weeks early.
Experts don’t recognize the term, but say episodes of microsleep are potentially dangerous
Health officials say the situation is “serious” after a domestic worker was hospitalized in November.
The latest imaging data reveals gender-based differences in the way brain networks are connected.
New pill could be developed within 10 years
It’s okay to be heavy, as long as you don’t have diabetes or hypertension–right? Not so fast, says the latest research.
But scientists warn against its use as a predictive tool.
Parents who constantly find themselves wiping food off the high chair, the table, the walls, the ceiling and even the dog after a meal should take heart. A new study suggests that in making all that mess, their child is learning.
Next time someone tells you that lots of dads stay home too, show them this graph
New report also finds fewer HIV-infections among infants
Strain progresses to AIDS about two years faster