Three commercially released facial-analysis programs from major technology companies demonstrate both skin-type and gender biases, according to new research.
Those at risk for breast cancer should pay particular attention.
Research has shown that early intervention can make ASD more manageable.
Are we going about being happy all wrong? One Greek philosopher thinks so, and he has advice for you.
The FCC is scheduled to repeal net neutral on April 23, but Democrats still have a long-shot chance of turning things around.
A new survey of 1,256 Americans finds out how much we dream—and have nightmares—about the same things.
A certain kind of conspiracy theory keeps popping up after every recent mass shooting, and social media is making it easier to spread than ever before.
Antidepressants actually do work for a majority of people who try them, a new study asserts.
A number of marijuana companies are kicked off social media without explanation, which is going to force the cannabis industry to answer questions of identity.
Moderate drinking is associated with a longer lifespan in just about every population ever studied, says Dr. Claudia Kawas, professor of neurology at the University of California, Irvine.
Technical knowledge continues to be privileged over social knowledge.
While the Olympics officially ended demonstration sports in 1992, a century of unique offerings made us rethink what athletic competition could be.
A report from the World Health Organization shows that the European region experienced about 16,000 measles cases in 2017, representing a four-fold increase from the previous year.
The Incan Empire had many amazing monuments and lasting achievements. One of the more fascinating is how the Inca managed to run such a large empire without a market economy.
The new approach to opiate addiction and overdose has been in development for 25 years.
DNA analysis reveals the Taino people who welcomed Columbus to the New World were not eradicated after all.
Nanoscale mesh e-skin can turn your skin into a wearable display.
Hitler and other Nazis were fond of a strange theory that the world was made of ice.
Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida are demanding that lawmakers in Washington take action on gun control measures.
These chemicals are also widely used in products like clothing, shoes, wrappers and furniture, to make them more stain-resistant, waterproof and/or nonstick.