Today, a person’s organs will be harvested, whether or not their family is against it.
Researchers at the American Chemical Society examine whether or not cough medicine has scientific merit.
Scientists create a portable device that can detect 17 diseases, including 8 different cancers, straight from a person's breath.
Hans Rosling was a physician and statistics superstar who advised world leaders and tech tycoons.
"Lifelong learning is extremely important," says Nobel laureate Dr. Eric Kandel, "and the more we learn about life span the more important we realize it is."
Philip Morris is looking to wind back manufacture of its traditional cigarettes in favor of e-cigs. Why? Because the younger demographic is hooked.
Scientists at the food giant reportedly found a novel way of altering the molecular structure of sugar.
Most of the foods we consume are created for the supermarket shelf, not for our health, says psychiatrist Drew Ramsey. But you can boost your brain function and overall well-being with this one very low-tech, analogue tool: your grocery list.
A new study shows that cerebral blood flow within the left and right hippocampus significantly decreases after just 10 days of without exercise.
1% of all Google searches are health queries. Cyberpsychologist Mary Aiken explains how artificial intelligence diagnostics lead to psychosomatic symptoms, and potentially explain the fourfold increase in iatrogenic death in the US since 1999.
Brief bursts of intense exercise give the same health benefits as a long moderate workout.