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The question isn't, "Is football dangerous?" It's, "Can it ever be safe?"
The device has the potential to improve the accuracy of biopsies and reduce errors when operating on the small blood vessels of children.
More and more research is pointing to the possibility that working deeper into life is your healthiest bet.
Vitamin-fortified curry powder and soy sauce could alleviate malnutrition across the globe.
Silicon Valley is trying to solve one of the country's last remaining marijuana problems
Parental alienation syndrome isn't in the DSM yet, but it's in plenty of arguments
Doctors, therapists and legislators have come to bury gay conversion therapy
The U.S. health-care system can't figure out a fix for the common cold—and doesn't really want to
By twisting the truths – and people's lives – reality TV warps the values and attitudes of young viewers
Teaching to the middle has hurt the smartest students.
Teaching to the middle has hurt the smartest students
Wiping out bad memories isn't an option, yet.
Wiping out bad memories isn't an option, but you can soften the blow they deliver
Overpraising children can kill their self-esteem, and their ambition.
Overpraising children can kill their self-esteem, and their ambition
Scientists may have finally figured out why we sleep, and the answer could help beat Alzheimer's
Scientific research has some new things to tell us about why we lock lips