The disorder is as mysterious as it is smelly.
Historically, science has scorned single-subject trials, but parents’ at-home experiments with their kids may drive autism research forward.
At Berkeley, researchers are studying how wearing flip-flops changes buildings' air-conditioning needs.
An etiquette update: Brevity is the highest virtue.
Congress finally approved a $1.1 billion deal—but Zika has already done real damage in the United States.
The bacteria in yogurts have largely failed to live up to their hyped health benefits, but there are other microbes that might.
It is not possible for any one human to read all of the world’s great literature. Likewise, there will never…
Researchers have developed a device that can track the mysterious organ in real time, and may help unlock the key to a healthy pregnancy.
When you’re a hoarder, everything “sparks joy.”
It appears the virus was spread through the tears or sweat of a patient with a particularly severe infection.
In Ghana, capturing wild animals is a tradition and a valuable source of protein. But there’s a fear it’s spreading diseases.
From the “400-pound” hacker to Alicia Machado, the candidate’s denigration of fat people has a long tradition—but may be a liability.
Flooding in Louisiana has left victims of abuse even more vulnerable.
But there’s a catch.
One hospital in Boston has 126 radiologists. Liberia has two.
If this were Clinton, wild speculation would abound.
In a unique, home-spun experiment, researchers found that centripetal force could help people pass kidney stones—before they become a serious health-care cost.
A new study of pregnant women finds nausea and vomiting are associated with a reduced risk of miscarriage.
An enormous blaze underneath a small town in Pennsylvania has been burning for more than 50 years. It may have an unexpected upside.
A new think-tank analysis shows how the candidates' health-care proposals would affect coverage and affordability.
Why the couple wants to give away $3 billion to “cure all diseases”