Our "one beer an hour" rule of thumb is based on drinking a bottle of Bud. Now that more people are drinking pints of stronger craft brews, how do we adjust this rule of thumb?
The world's first malaria vaccine will be released in Ghana, Keyna, and Malawi in 2018. While malaria was eradicated in the US by 1951, it still kills over 400,000 people worldwide each year. Will this vaccine...
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Dr. Gottman, a psychologist who studies relationships, has found there's a "magic ratio" for how much successful couples argue.
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Someday an implant may help the neurologically impaired overcome a damaged memory.
Research on five million runners shows that working out with a friend pushes you harder and longer.
Three massive mergers threaten to put control of the world’s food in dangerously few hands.
One of CRISPR-cas9’s inventors has just announced the arrival of an inexpensive, portable diagnostic tool: SHERLOCK.
Stanford University is offering medical trainees a real-time virtual tour through heart defects.
It might surprise you that the majority of items in American supermarkets are owned by about 10 companies.
A recent study suggests Ph.D. students are more likely to develop common psychiatric disorders.
A new study finds LSD — a Schedule I drug with "no medical value" — to be therapeutically beneficial.
85% of parents undermine their own efforts, nullifying the impact of a time-out.
Between 1990 and 2003, the world saw the completion of one of the biggest international scientific collaborations that led to the creation of the The Human Genome Project. Now, another international community of...
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A study finds that just 30 minutes of memory training per day, for 40 days, can reorganize your brain connectivity.
There is a new era of PTSD science just around the corner.