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A study suggests even a 5 percent decline in MMR vaccine adherence could spark a measles outbreak in the U.S.
"Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace.”
A South African child has lived HIV-free for over eight years, without treatment, it was announced Monday.
Robots don’t require vacation time, sick leave, lunch breaks or health insurance.
Pediatric oncologists must sometimes call in authorities, or ask themselves whether the care they’re providing is doing more harm than good.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
Bezos accepted the first Buzz Aldrin Space Innovation Award from the famous astronaut just days before the Apollo 11 moon landing anniversary.
The highest frequency is among non-Hispanic black victims.
The transmission likely comes from a human technology.
Higher temperatures reduce hunting activity, as well as the number of pups being born and surviving each year.
Scientists predict that the tiny moon will be destroyed within 30 to 50 million years.
The two-month expedition will drill into the seafloor to find out more about the submerged “continent.”
The scientist and TV star suggests that fear and a generational knowledge gap are what fuels climate change doubters.
A risky geoengineering plan could tackle global warming without reducing emissions.
Musk said Thursday that he had government approval to begin Hyperloop construction. That’s not quite the case.
Some clinical trial experiences are so terrible, it's “almost as bad as dealing with Comcast or the worst airline."
Users can now explore the ISS in a 360-degree view, courtesy of an astronaut at the European Space Agency.
This summer is the third-worst wildfire season in the past decade.
While this type of brain cancer typically has a poor prognosis, the former presidential candidate’s best hope may be a clinical trial.
While not illegal, surfing a whale shark is ‘inherently dangerous’ and harassment toward the docile beasts.
The earthquake swarm began six weeks ago and is ongoing.
Long-standing debate of why women become infertile many years before death edges ever closer to being solved.
The technique used to analyze whether Lincoln wrote his famous letter is similar to one that unmasked J.K. Rowling as author of a pseudonymous novel.
Sometimes, a cancer patient’s best chance is getting into a clinical trial. But finding the right one can be as hard as finding an IV in a haystack.
Lancet report finds there are nine risk factors that account for up to a third of dementia cases globally.
Newsweek's editor-in-chief introduces our annual issue on the fight against cancer.
Located beyond Pluto, 2014 MU69 will be the farthest object ever encountered by any spacecraft.
The space agency is bringing its historical footage to the masses, and there are some gems in there.
Study author emphasizes mothers "should not base decisions about the use of antidepressants during pregnancy on any one study."
Cases of the highly infectious virus continue to crop up in countries throughout Eastern and Western Europe.