If racist bias permeates every aspect of our society, then doesn't it stand to reason that subjective factors—including grades—would be even more profoundly influenced by such bigotry than test results?
The two California school systems would likely be the first public universities in the U.S. to make the vaccine mandatory.
Scientists explored the link between dementia and a blood pressure condition with a range of causes.
A team of researchers examined hundreds of thousands of Instagram posts related to vaping.
"Aggressive efforts to eliminate ignition sources and suppress wildfires will be critical to conserve southern Amazon forests," said the authors of a new study.
The state banned non-medical vaccine exemptions from 2016.
Researchers say their SunBOTs are 400 percent more efficient than comparable stationary devices.
Scientists have found they rub their teeth during aggressive encounters as part of "unusual" communication system.
The brains could be used to develop treatments for conditions including epilepsy.
"Even marginal increases in handgun prevalence may be impactful," researchers said.
Scientists exposed mice to radiation levels they claimed were similar to those found in deep space.
Scientists hope the research will bring us a step closer to create organs for transplant.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the white-food mouse, the primary carrier of Lyme disease.
"There may be no safe level of use of alcohol and cannabis during pregnancy," an expert told Newsweek.
Researchers handed in fake lost wallets in places like museums and hotels, and waited to see if it would be returned to its owner.
Researchers found that those who displayed what they called "anxious and avoidant" attachment styles used the pronoun "I" more often when talking about romantic experiences.
Getting proteins from plants seems to be the best way to control cholesterol levels, a professor of medicine told Newsweek.
"The threat to legal abortion is like nothing we've ever seen before," Dr. Carole Joffe told Newsweek.
David Vetter, known as "bubble boy," who died in 1984, is perhaps the most famous sufferer of severe combined immunodeficiency.
Scientists think that metallic asteroids began their lives as blobs of molten iron, floating in space.
The woman is in a stable condition in hospital.
Researchers studied volunteers over the course of a year to arrive at their conclusion.
"I'm appalled that after approx 50 times flying with my 1-year-old son ticket counter personnel told me that I had to 'prove' that he was my son despite having his passport."
Marie Robinson is one of 18,000 people waiting for a liver transplant, so her husband, Verlon, took matters into his own hands.
New research challenges other findings that improvements in trauma care have dramatically improved the survival rate of gunshot victims.