Recollections of the circumstances of how we first heard of the 2001 terrorist attacks may feel extraordinarily vivid and true, but they are flawed
Studies of infants at risk for the disorder could someday yield a test for it
Wearable computers delivering tactile cues may offer a way to learn manual skills without paying much attention
A new test can identify the disorder's early stages. How will it help patients?
Lax federal regulations allow some workers to accumulate dangerous amounts of lead in their blood, but California is taking the first steps toward safer standards
Feelings edit and sculpt memories
Satellite control of company and municipal irrigation systems, based on custom weather data, saves billions of gallons of water nationwide
A little-known dementia that destroys social sensibilities and emotions reveals the neural roots of personality