Researchers at Tufts University made the case that subsidized fruits and vegetables could prevent millions of cases of chronic diseases. Perhaps it’s time for doctors to start prescribing more produce
It can be the smallest event that triggers Donna Penner’s traumatic memories of an operation from more than ten years ago. One day, for instance, she was waiting in the car as her daughter ran an errand,
The hydrogel is soft, yet strong and responsive, and it can be formed in LEGO-like blocks. Robots might be a little more appealing -- and more practical -- if they're not made of hard, cold metal or plastic,
Artificial Intelligence is still (somewhat) of a buzzword, though in practice much of what is likely to be implemented in this current business cycle under that all-encompassing umbrella has been. Visual
One more thing to worry about in space. Human spaceflight seems all the more remarkable when you consider the fact that our bodies didn’t evolve for space. We suffer in major ways as a result of microgravity
Teens don't need to read the headlines to know that they and too many of their peers are feeling lonely, sad, anxious, and suicidal. Recent headlines, however, confirm what's happening in their lives.
Taking just a single course of antibiotics can damage the healthy bacteria in the gut for at least a year and possibly permanently, scientists have warned. Researchers at University College London (UCL)
The myth that you can, however, is genuinely dangerous. The latest horror story in America’s opioid epidemic: Police officers are supposedly overdosing just by coming in contact with the synthetic opioid