Doctors at the University of Mississippi dissected two chicken nuggets, looked at them under a microscope, and were "astounded."
New fitness-themed postage stamps were put on hold due to government concerns over the safety of headstands and cannonballs.
Research made national news this week that the cookies are more addictive than psychoactive drugs. That claim may be exaggerated, but the neuroscience of junk food addiction is nonetheless fascinating and relevant—mentally, physically, and socially.
A chat about impolite tweets and Jimmy Kimmel
Graphic renderings of modern males
And other food magic to try, like chewing gum when chopping onions
A new recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says we don't actually know if the age-old practice is a good idea.
"It provides some of us some closure."
How men and women digest differently, diet changes our skin, and gluten remains mysterious: A forward-thinking gastroenterologist on eating one's way to "gutbliss"
The idea that ignorance is the root of much disagreement—that if Americans understood the healthcare law, more would support it—seems condescending, but not invalid.
At our most beautiful, we are dots.
U.S. medical education is based on a century-old structure. Leading physicians are calling to streamline medical school to three years. How long does it take to make a doctor?
A definitive medical diagnosis
Long before Breaking Bad, actor Jonathan Banks played a dangerous ... -ly misinformed stock boyfriend.
The case of a man undergoing nasal reconstruction is being called global medical progress.
Amid campaigns for and against the health law, evocative imagery has peaked.
The average American eats almost three times as much cheese today as in 1970.
As the global cost of obesity approaches $700 billion, international bank Credit Suisse puts an economist's eye to the science of soda, table sugar versus high-fructose corn syrup, the increasing size of humans, and what's to be done.
Higher highs and lower lows for a better life
A new NASA project brings people close to, and yet so far from from, realizing dreams of becoming an astronaut.