Who’d have guessed that email—the original “killer app”—would become a novel, unobtrusive way to market yourself and your work in the form of a newsletter? But it’s not that surprising. Email used to personal.
A Mediterranean diet could be better than statins at reducing the risk of an early death for millions of Britons, research suggests. Leading heart experts said patients should be prescribed the diet -
Many parents who grew up playing outdoors with friends, walking alone to the park or to school, and enjoying other moments of independent play are now raising children in a world with very different norms.
The strange history of the EpiPen, the device developed by the military that turned into a billion-dollar business and now
Over a decade, the price for a two-pack has gone up from $93.88 to $608.61, an increase of more than 500%. On Thursday, the FDA approved Teva's generic version of the drug, dealing a blow to branded EpiPen-maker
The faces of murderers and rapists could be "recreated" from DNA left at the scene of the crime, according to new research. Scientists have identified genes that shape the extraordinary variation in the
Put our brains into the modern food environment, and you have a recipe for disaster. Our brains are hardwired to crave calorie-dense foods, this craving no doubt arising from our evolutionary time spent
The virus comes in many parts A new kind of virus is making scientists rethink how infection works. This virus, found in mosquitoes, is broken up into several pieces. If the mosquito doesn’t come into
By Christopher Ingraham Christopher Ingraham Reporter covering all things data Email Bio Follow A surprisingly high number of scientific papers in the field of genetics contain errors introduced by Microsoft