You are only ever a few days away from your demise.
Cancer cells seem to have a harder time growing among pair-bonded mice, according to a new study that explored the "widowhood effect."
The new brain tumor treatment targets a cancer that kills 75% of patients within a year.
For some reason, the bodies of deceased monks stay "fresh" for a long time.
Brain cells snap strands of DNA in many more places and cell types than researchers previously thought.
It marks a breakthrough in using gene editing to treat diseases.
Smallpox was nothing new in 1721.
Using image analysis tools developed for astronomy, researchers are predicting cancer therapy responses.
Biomedical science assumes that people want to live as long as possible. They don't.
Age ain't nothing but a number, but "inflammatory age" may be real.
Alzheimer's has proved difficult to treat. But solving the mystery of this ultra-rare frontotemporal dementia may unlock new understanding.
Theoretical physicist Geoffrey West explains the science behind a unique hypothesis.
Are you getting a full 8 hours?
Antisense oligonucleotide therapy uses small molecules to alter RNA. Researchers have now used those molecules to alleviate a genetic form of blindness.
Traditional Chinese medicine and Vietnamese culture are driving the pangolin to extinction.
Laughing gas may be far more effective for some than antidepressants.
The Black Death wasn't the only plague in the 1300s.
Being mortal makes life so much sweeter.