Researchers said a phone conversation, even on a hands-free device, sparks a person's visual imagination.
A study shows surge customers drink faster from bigger glasses.
College freshmen who identify as LGBQ are two-and-a-half to six times as likely to report feeling depressed as freshmen who identify as straight, according to newly released survey results.
A survey shows that nearly 1 in 10 freshmen expects to protest, and more are identifying as liberal.
Researchers say the 2015 Nepal earthquake and the landslides it caused paint a picture of what may happen in the Pacific Northwest, from California to British Columbia.
A super-jet engine, living to age 120, safer childbirth and a prosthetic hand that can feel.
Minority groups continue to be left out of clinical trials—and left to suffer overall worse medical care.
African-American men were included as part of clinical testing but excluded from treatment.
Researchers see the disease accelerate in mice that received antioxidants.
Replicating findings of many studies is much more difficult than it seems.
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.