Antarctic fish have been discovered by researchers to have ugly parasitic tumors all over their bodies, potentially as a result of warming ocean temperatures.
Four in 10 adults don't want others to see their inappropriate history, while 37 percent say it reveals a side of them they don't want to share.
J.D. Power's 2022 Initial Quality Study shows that car quality is slipping.
A U.S. think tank says Russian troops are likely gaining a foothold in towns south of the strategically important cities of Lysychansk and Severodonetsk.
An Austrian man in his fifties is thought to have contracted an antibiotic-resistant strain of gonorrhea from a woman in Cambodia.
Race and ethnicity terms were used in about 30 percent of the pediatric clinical practice guidelines reviewed by researchers, according to a new study.
"It's not a finding that we necessarily expected," said one of the study's lead researchers.
The study showed that people tended to rate advice from high performers more strongly, but this did not necessarily reflect the quality of that advice.
New research found that "conversion messages" were effective in convincing people to get vaccinated.
American vehicle shoppers are willing to consider an electric vehicle now more than ever before, but the majority still oppose EVs.
A higher facial width-to-height ratio is associated with judgemental perceptions of aggression, and a new study looks at the differences between women and men.
Border wall-related fall injuries that occurred between 2019 and 2021 cost local hospitals about $13 million, researchers said.
A study that suggests anti-intellectualism has become part of the identity of many rural Americans and its author suggests how mistrust could be overcome.
Debates about whether science and religion can overlap are often made in broad strokes, but researchers say there is more agreement than widely believed.
"Our concern is that we wouldn't want patients to think that there's nothing to worry about."
The average life expectancy for Hispanic and Black Americans dropped more than double what it did for white Americans in 2020, researchers said.
Researchers wrote that the pandemic "has only exacerbated what already felt like insurmountable barriers" for the Black community.
Researchers said Latinos, Asians and American Indians were "underrepresented" in U.S.-based clinical trials assessed for a new study published on Monday.
The study "suggests California's environmental regulations as a whole preferentially protect white, non-Hispanic people" from air pollution exposure.
More than half of the estimated 259 million children who were not enrolled in classes before the pandemic began were boys, researchers said.
"An equal, diverse and inclusive workplace is a key driver of resilience and recovery," International Labour Organization researchers said.
The study assessed inclusivity for race, gender, sexual orientation, religion and disability across the U.S. and around the world.
New survey data shows that most SUV owners wouldn't be moved to switch to more efficient cars unless gas prices climb even higher.
More than 55 million people live with dementia across the globe and there are nearly 10 million new cases every year.
The highest-ranked "hobby" associated with being boring was sleeping, followed by religion and watching TV, among other things.
A study found Israeli healthcare workers given fourth coronavirus vaccine shot at the height of Omicron were only marginally more protected against reinfection.
New research from Capital One shows that American buyers aren't as happy with the dealership sales process as dealers think they are.