Scientists exposed mice to e-cigarette vapor to study the effects on their lungs.
Poor diets can cause a child's teeth to go "mushy."
The process could make it harder to remember our dreams, scientists believe.
Newsweek spoke to two academics who immersed themselves in evangelical communities to understand how a quarter of the U.S. population came to reject the idea that climate change is a man-made problem.
The woman's dire state was only discovered thanks to a visiting relative deciding to check on her injuries.
The FDA issued a warning last year about the common pain relief medicine that the patient used.
The Midwest saw the biggest spike of heart infections cases linked to drug abuse.
The couple were regarded as the "go-to" foster family in the area.
Exposure to air pollution has previously been linked to low birth weight and pre-term birth.
Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
"This crude, cruel criminal act doesn't belong in a place that provides care to the weak and the vulnerable," the Ohio Attorney General said.
Little evidence shows video games causes violence, leading researchers to believe racial stereotyping could explain why this form of entertainment is blamed when a shooter is white, but less often if they are black.
Four women were found dead in the city of Daytona Beach on Florida's Atlantic coast between December 2005 and January 2008.
"The weather affects every place on the Earth, from our backyard to entire forested, agricultural, or oceanic landscapes," an expert told "Newsweek."
Police believe a shopping cart was used to transport the body and dump it outside a Starbucks.
"Because of this study, we now know that these edited cells can survive in a patient, and they will stay there," an expert said.
A passenger can be heard screaming "oh my God!" as body parts are seen flipping in the water.
"It is clear conversion therapy targeting people who are LGBT is rooted solely in discrimination and hate without any scientific evidence," one expert told Newsweek.
The woman complained that her ear felt itchy and painful before she was treated by a doctor.
Scientists were inspired by fecal transplants which restore the balance of gut bacteria.
The teenager has to be reminded every day that her uncle is no longer alive, and has to read over detailed notes each afternoon to remember what was said in class that morning.
"There are specific brain mechanisms that get activated when we expose ourselves to specific type of foods," study leader Sabrina Diano said.
Scientists tracked queens during a period in their lives when they collect a lifetime's worth of sperm from males.
The men are believed to have been using a crane to move slabs when the incident unfolded.
Researchers studied thousands of Swiss people to understand whether napping is good for heart health.
"From planning this exciting new future as a family to suddenly no baby and my health at risk was awful," Grace Baker-Padden said.
The pain of the attack of the so-called "asp" caterpillar has been compared to a broken limb.
"I was about 75 per cent sure I wasn't going to make it back to the boat," the fisherman said.
Experts described the goal to wipe out the disease in a generation as "ambitious, achievable, and necessary."