If humans are anything like the Australian cricket then making sperm has serious physical costs for men, according to researchers.
Experimenting with ultrasound, researchers at UNC found they could reduce sperm counts in rats to levels that would make humans infertile.
A letter from a U.S. Attorney's Office in Virginia reveals a plan to permanently eliminate the controversial file-sharing site.
According to a new study, caffeine can lower estrogen levels in white women and increase estrogen levels in black and Asian women.
Some investigative work by the New York Times reveals that the New York City health campaign using a striking image was digitally created.
The tragedy and trauma of the Costa Concordia, which sunk sideways off the Italian coast, killing more than a dozen passengers, now has a price
University of Oxford researchers found that heart attack deaths were down more than 50 percent in both men and women in a decade.
Who knew that snake oil salesmen still existed? It was over one hundred years ago that the FDA started regulating the sale of medicines.
Jean-Clause Mas, 72, was taken into custody before dawn at his home in the south of France as part of ongoing investigations of fraud.
We use our gadgets so much that without the right habits, we put our own health at risk.
A college study found that off-campus party hosts, on average, drink more than attendees because there are benefits to drinking at home.
Obama praised Steve Jobs for the kind of innovation that spurs job growth, days after a big article about Apple's Chinese factories.
Ralph Shortey is using Senomyx, a company that's worked with Pepsi and has done stem cell research, as the basis for a PR scare tactic.
A new study, printed in a real medical journal, found that using strips of cured bacon helped those afflicted with chronic nose-bleeds.
This morning Verizon reported a fourth-quarter loss of $2.02 billion, even though it's been selling millions of iPhones.
If men had to have full-sized babies come out of their bodies, they wouldn't moan about it so much, suggests a new study out of Stanford.
Researchers in Quebec found that, following a commercial ban, fast-food expenditures fell 13 percent per week in French-speaking houses.
One out of three teenage mothers surveyed for a new report said that they didn't use protection because there was no way they'd get pregnant.
Cohabiting couples have greater self-esteem and happiness and fewer unwanted obligations when compared to those that are married.
Deen's in a legitimate scandal with this whole diabetes thing, and her clumsiness in handling it is getting her in trouble with potential allies.