In light of outbreak, El Salvador has taken the extreme step of advising all women to avoid getting pregnant for the next two years.
A new study published in Science Advance posits the theory of using a star’s gravitational pull on nearby planets to determine if the planet has the potential to support life.
Hope may be in sight for a viable vaccine against the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). The highly contagious airborne disease that has affected more than 1,600 people, of whom 584 perished.
The Cornell team hopes their breakthrough can be used for other endangered wildlife species in order to help bolster populations.
Researchers at Ohio State University found that the first time men and women move in with a significant other, their emotional health becomes far healthier.
Although most media focuses on the initial struggle to defeat breast cancer, the life of survivors can be just as difficult. In response to this, two major cancer organizations – the American Cancer Society and the American Society of Clinical Oncology – have issued a set of guidelines for follow-up treatment and post-battle behavior for breast cancer survivors.
In confrontation to centuries of conventional wisdom, a new study reveals that male and female brains are not biologically different. Any dissimilarities are culturally imposed.
After closely examining the fossils of 555-million-year-old organisms, a team of scientists has discovered that Earth’s early ecosystems were vastly more complex than anyone has previously suspected.
Between the dim light and thick mud that engulfed the baby dolphin, responders decided that they could not reach the animal at that point in time. It would have to wait until the next morning.
“Young children between the ages of three and seven, that is the most common age to have childhood fears…They don’t know the difference between fantasy and reality, especially at night.”