Researchers in Australia have temporarily rid 23 children of their adverse reactions to the nut.
How the "alligator pear" went from obscure delicacy to America's favorite fruit
The best treatment for the often-frightening condition—which causes sufferers to experience loud noises, light flashes, and strange sensations—may be as simple as soothing patients' fears.
Places that send teams to the championship game see a spike in influenza-related deaths, according a new study.
Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.
Researchers tracking the evolution of the virus say it might now be more easily transmitted.
It's hard to put much faith in Dartmouth's ban on hard liquor.
What's behind the "debate" over issues like climate change and vaccination? Can evidence change people's minds?
The science behind what makes people scratch
Hidden away on Google’s campus, doctors at a world-class life sciences lab are trying to change the way people think about their health.
Obamacare was supposed to put an end to denying coverage based on pre-existing conditions. But a new study suggests insurers are finding ways to accomplish the same thing through drug pricing.
In the 1960s, Stanley Milgram's electric-shock studies showed that people will obey even the most abhorrent of orders. But recently, researchers have begin to question his conclusions—and offer some of their own.
Making amends with those who trespass against us yields a number of physical and mental benefits. Sometimes even victims of the worst crimes can find solace in letting go.
Variations in salary are drastic and opaque.
A new paper argues that re-opening long-term facilities would help solve the country's mental-healthcare crisis.
By applying characters' fictional psyches to real-life problems, a cosplay enthusiast turned a passion for comic books into a mental-health career.
A few million mutant insects could slow the spread of dengue and chikungunya in the United States, but some people are wary of tampering with nature.
For many transgender people, achieving a feminine voice can be difficult. A singer-turned-vocal coach specializes in helping them adjust.
Why the American Academy of Pediatrics wants to change the drug's illegal status
Though writing down daily events may seem mundane, participants in a recent study were happy to have records of them in the future.