Researchers studied volunteers over the course of a year to arrive at their conclusion.
Glenn Dickson said the image of the shark tearing off his leg and swimming through his blood will never leave him.
Guns are the second-biggest killer of children in the U.S., after motor vehicle accidents.
A 20-year study has offered new insight on how dairy products could protect the heart.
The vaccine could “revolutionize” the treatment of celiac disease.
Licensing issues and postal strikes have presented obstacles for the country's fledgling cannabis industry.
"BMI was associated with deaths from nearly all major causes," the study author told Newsweek.
About 13 percent of middle- and high-school students are believed to use cannabis.
Researchers identified two styles of thought which affected the likelihood of someone believing fake news.
The president said John James is "doing so well" he plans to head to Michigan to support the Republican hopeful in person.
Ancient skulls and jewelry could also be awaiting discovery at the site, experts believe.
The controversial commentator has previously suggested on Twitter that the migrant caravan approaching the U.S.-Mexico border was an attempt to sway the upcoming midterm elections.
Health officials don’t know what causes the disease.
The singer turned social entrepreneur spoke to Newsweek about his political ambitions and his plans to run a city on Akoin cryptocurrency.
Scientists believe drugs take over mechanisms in the brain which form memories, potentially offering one explanation for substance abuse and addiction.
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor tells Newsweek why seeking justice for his alleged sexual assault made him feel less than human.
A survey revealed at "a devastating litany of the challenges" women face when seeking diagnosis and treatment for the disease.
Antiviral medication could prevent the development of Alzheimer's, according to Professor Ruth Itzhaki.
Archaeologists believed the child was buried in a way to keep it from spreading malaria.
Researchers investigated whether receiving a vaccination against a cancer-causing virus spread during sex would change how young girls behave.