Having a "buff" skeleton prevents infirmity in old age.
From grave robbing to giving your own body to science.
Be skeptical of a new study questioning the sweetener's safety.
Marburg virus, like its cousin Ebola, causes severe disease, with fatality rates ranging from 22% to 90%.
A deadly myth has been manufactured from poor methods and wishful thinking.
What if we could harvest energy from human heat, sweat, or vibrations?
The Apple Watch could soon take the pain out of monitoring blood sugar levels.
The soft robotic models are patient-specific and could help clinicians zero in on the best implant for an individual.
Scientists are still figuring out why tirzepatide causes weight loss. One theory is that they “accidentally” created a new hormone.
As improving biotech offers us longevity, we can prepare to live much better as we age.
The body uses its own electricity to repair wounds. Faster healing may be possible with additional electrical stimulation.
Gum disease begins in the mouth but spreads to the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis is just one of several diseases linked to poor oral health.
We get more REM sleep in the winter.
Researchers found that the average penis increased in size from 4.8 inches in 1992 to 6 inches in 2021. But in some regions, they shrank.
The initial study lays the groundwork for another larger, longer phase 2 trial.
"Rational vaccinology" could lead to effective cancer vaccines.
Eat your beans.
Get the most out of your coffee.
New blood types are regularly discovered by an unusual absence or an unusual presence — both of which can result in tragedy.
Researchers watched for signs of withdrawal — but didn't find any.