The infamous bird flu has caused several deaths in China; however, it seems unlikely that the virus will reach epidemic levels.
A 15-year study of women and their breasts has come to a close and you won't believe the results. OK, you will believe the results.
While near death experiences (NDEs) are culturally interpreted as mystical and supernatural, neurologists think there may be a physiological explanation.
Our growth in science is exponential. Stanford researchers are using a transparent human brain to understand a range of mental illnesses. It should be pretty easy to replicate, they say...
The HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s may be long over, but when 1,000 new cases of HIV in young people are reported every month, more remains to be done.
Really, a team of scientists have finally answered the age-old question.
Is charging passengers based on weight a fair policy?
A new venture enables employers to keep tabs on their workers' grocery purchases and habits. Is this crossing the line in the fight against obesity?