Over-hyping scientific findings often begins in research article abstracts, even before press releases and media outlets get their hands on them.
A large retrospective analysis found that aspirin may be a better choice in terms of preserving one's ability to fully experience Bieber: The Later Years.
Exposure to excess estrogen during pregnancy, in mice, increased the risk of breast cancer in their daughter mice, granddaughter mice, and great-granddaughter mice.
A large meta-analysis has shown that acupuncture's benefits can't be fully attributed to placebo effect, raising the question throughout Western medicine: Why?
Cocaine, on the other hand...
With just 25 cases on the books worldwide, leading surgeons push to bring the procedure mainstream as a medical necessity.
Strong correlations suggest the far-reaching detriments of repetitive head trauma may underlie many neurologic conditions.
How apps designed to make all of our lives easier can be co-opted to help adults with autism thrive in the workplace
A massive study out of Sweden finds that after heart attacks, obese patients had better subsequent survival rates than those with normal BMIs.
Does "advice on packing in pleasure when doing the deed full speed" actually influence our overall perspective?
Children who grew up on Pulmicort end up a half inch smaller as adults.
Curved goblets make us drink much more quickly.
The state's landmark legislation highlights the sordid, fascinating history of homosexual 'treatments' -- from DIY electrocution to testicular transplants.
The "Buffy effect" posits that strong characters can combat the negative effects of sexual violence in media.
The likelihood of suffering a stroke doubled for type-A personalities and quadrupled for individuals under severe stress
Instead of a cigarette, even "just this once," jump on the treadmill. The urge to take a trip to flavor country will pass.
A Salt Lake City NBC affiliate's refusal to air The New Normal -- a new sitcom about a gay couple in Los Angeles that gets pregnant by a surrogate -- highlights the real-life differences between Utah and California with regard to non-traditional families.
Having a normal overall BMI and a beer belly ("abdominal obesity") was found to be more dangerous than having a BMI in the obese range.
A group of Danish men lost more weight with 30 minutes of daily exercise than with 60 minutes, the American Journal of Physiology reports. Moderation, everyone, moderation.
We've called condoms "skins," "rubber goods," and even "Merry Widows" -- and although it's been legal to talk about contraception since 1938, we'd still rather not.