Deeming research on a man-made strain of H5N1 a potential bioterror threat, a federal advisory group defends its …
The maker of Brazilian Blowout, a popular line of hair-straightening treatments used in salons, has agreed to warn consumers and hairstylists that two of its products emit formaldehyde gas, California’s attorney general said on Monday.
When IVF creates excess embryos, women are faced with a choice: store them indefinitely, donate them to others or offer them to research.
About a dozen upstate New York girls have been diagnosed with a psychogenic disorder. Does that make their symptoms any less real?
Condoms and vasectomies are so yesterday. Researchers are working on a way to zap sperm to control male fertility.
For women, that morning cup o’ joe may act as more than just a pick-me-up.
The author of Babel No More explains what it takes to become super-multilingual.
Rick Santorum’s daughter has trisomy 18: the disorder and its prognosis.
J.T. Gaskins says his Michigan high school should amend its policy to allow boys to grow their hair long for charitable causes.
Most parents carpool, but many don’t require their own children — or other kids — to buckle into boosters when transporting other kids.
The question of how best to help babies who have been exposed to drugs in the womb — including prescription pain medications, antidepressants and illicit drugs like methamphetamine and cocaine — can be an emotionally charged issue.
Would you take weight-loss advice from a doctor who hasn’t got control of his own size?
Simple but effective: red, yellow and green labels on food help diners make better choices.