What if consciousness isn't all about the brain?
Alternative treatments are often better for noncancer pain, the study found.
Drug treatment centers pose potential threats to drug addicts.
The quick test would be a breakthrough in cancer treatment.
Deceased donations could greatly improve fertility treatments for women with uterine problems.
Mothers who tested positive for chemicals found in common cosmetic products were more likely to have girls who hit puberty early.
The first list of antidepressant food scores restructures the "standard" American diet.
A semi-scientific test of touchscreen kiosks in eight McDonald's restaurants in the U.K. have caused alarm that microbiologists say is unwarranted.
There is no universal diet or exercise program.
Big Think expert Dr. Jennifer Doudna, a professor at UC Berkeley and co-inventor of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology, issued a statement responding to a scientist's recent claim that he helped create the world's first genetically edited babies.
The damage might not be "as bad" as traditional cigarettes, but it's still pretty bad.
A Chinese researcher has sparked controversy after claiming to have used gene-editing technology known as CRISPR to help make the world's first genetically modified babies.
Swiss researchers identify new dangers of modern cocaine.
A little goes a long way.
A new study shows choosing to be active is a lot of work for our brains. Here are some ways to make it easier.
The results of a recent trial found that a new oral immunotherapy regimen could have life-saving potential.
Four out of every five American adults and children are not moving enough.
The closer together we get, the argument goes, the healthier we'll be.
Once again, our circadian rhythm points the way.
Is the appendix a useless organ, an immune system benefactor, a Parkinson's disease instigator, or all of the above?
The results come from a 15-year study that used ultrasound scans to track blood vessels in middle-aged adults starting in 2002.
Scientists have discovered that neurological response to posture is separate from movement.
The long-raging debate over hot coffee versus iced coffee may soon be settled with this news.