Lise Eliot’s argument fuels the fire of the sexual dimorphism debate, or the Darwinian idea that men and women are fundamentally different creatures who look and act uniquely because of their sex organs.
Scientists investigated cells known as microglia, which are believed to play a role in the development of dementia.
A team of scientists think they might be able use CRISPR to edit out genes associated with autism.
She wants to see warning signs in playgrounds alerting parents to avoid the same mistake.
The list rates how well children's hospitals across the country deal with conditions from cancer to diabetes.
Low levels of testosterone can make men lethargic, affect their libido and cause erectile dysfunction.
The Tdap vaccination protects babies from whooping cough, a potentially fatal infection for newborns.
Confused by his headache, the man reached for bleach instead of painkillers.
The drug, which contains CBD oil, could significantly improve the lives of child seizure sufferers who have rare forms of epilepsy.
More people are increasingly addicted to marijuana as its average THC content climbs, public health officials warn.
A dog named Poncho has been trained to carry out the life-saving technique.
Known as Morgellons by some, sufferers can resort to self-medication—including taking a razor to their skin.
Technology could have helped children develop self-control, researchers evaluating the "marshmallow test" believe.
Researchers blame plus-size representation for normalizing the unhealthy behaviors that lead to obesity.
The study showed that the EPA’s advisory level of 70 parts per trillion is seven to 10 times higher than what is safe for human exposure.
The argument that screen time harms children's mental health lacks substantial evidence, experts say.
A study found recurring exposure to police killings led to a loss of self-worth, aggravated trauma and a fear and expectation of death among black Americans.
The simple exercise can be done at home.
The inside of men’s testes have a unique microbiome.
Scientists want to understand what might have come first: the virus or Alzheimer's?
Scientists investigated how caffeine affects the cells in the heart.
Scientists say the teenager is unlikely to be the only person to be infected with the virus.
"And that's why I look so much better than y'all."
Mantras like “Find your passion” make pursuing interests sound too rigid and unattainable, according to psychologists at Stanford University.
"There’s a fair bit of it that is too science-y for me… So the protein of the Hot Dog Water helps your body uptake the water content, and the sodium and all the things you’d need post-workout.”
A doctor cancelled Sean Stentiford's HIV test despite him being at high risk of contracting the virus. He later developed brain damage and was forced to quit his job as a lawyer.
The mysterious lump crawled from her eye to her lip.
"Hypnosis is inexpensive to deliver, and our research found that it was the technique that was most studied, and showed promise in reducing children’s anxiety."
"The young people are thinking less of sexuality as sort of rigid and binary and more as on a continuum and as fluid.”
Drinking coffee could even make you a better team player.