"The bottom line is that no chemical that persists in the environment should be introduced in the first place," experts said.
The flu virus is highly changeable, which is why a shot from one year won't work the next.
"Our study showed that there is still room for health improvement beyond what medicines can offer," an expert told Newsweek.
Experts hope the technology could help patients with conditions such as diabetes.
The Gates Foundation is partnering with the National Institutes of Health to bring gene-based cures to countries in Africa were HIV and sickle cell disease are the most prevalent
The process could make it harder to remember our dreams, scientists believe.
Scientists were inspired by fecal transplants which restore the balance of gut bacteria.
Scientists challenged participants to take hula lessons to see if it would improve their health.
Scientists fed pregnant mice high-fat diets, and observed their children to see if it affected their chances of developing Alzheimer's-like symptoms.
Researchers developed a model to forecast measles rates in the state.
Scientists studied people with strange sleep patterns who visited clinics.
Scientists hope the research will bring us a step closer to create organs for transplant.
Residents were relocated so the nuclear tests could be carried out between 1946 and 1958.
Meet the Alcohol Treatment Navigator, an online tool to help people determine if their drinking habits are unhealthy.
Plus, it's delicious.
This continues a trend that began when the Trump administration took over the White House.
Doctors, researchers and scientists galore are taking a stand against Trump's controversial spending cuts.