The GOP presidential candidate recently said there's "nothing that can't be done without fetal tissue."
Viruses could be used as vehicles for delivering healthy genes to treat cystic fibrosis and other genetic diseases
Biodefense research used thousands of monkeys for painful experiments after 9/11.
According to DNA research, the split between dogs and wolves occurred longer ago than we realized.
A letter published in the Lancet Psychiatry Journal has claimed that psychedelic drugs are safer than currently thought.
Hewn out of a mountain, Olavsvern, Norway, is one of the most impregnable hideouts in the world.
The new South Korean report found that as many as five cups of coffee a day were beneficial.
The figure updates previous findings that said more than one in three U.K. residents would get the disease.
A possible AIDS cure mimics a rare, natural-born immunity.
Research published Monday in the 'Microbiome' journal examines how intimate kissing shapes oral microbial communities.
There's room for improvement, according to a report published in the Journal of Sports Medicine
Lab-grown Alzheimer's neurons prove a decades-old theory and make testing drugs faster and cheaper
Mostly, that we were right about weed back in 1993—it's not great for you.
With a $10 million investment from Twitter, scientists will also study data from Reddit, Wikipedia and other sites to try find solutions to"complex societal problems"
After the success of its Mars mission, the country plans to offer cut-price services to western space agencies
Long-running studies correlate suicide attempts and educational obstacles with marijuana use among teenagers