Individuals with amygdala damage are more likely to lay a risky bet
Individuals carrying the variant had shorter telomeres, stretches of DNA at the ends of chromosomes that protect them from daily wear--and also aging
A scientist who takes credit as an author on an article secretly written by a pharmaceutical company should face punishment like any other plagiarist
Radiation and chemotherapies that save young women from cancer can leave them infertile. But a novel procedure can keep motherhood on ice without delaying treatment
Quantifying their urban climate change-mitigating effects is an important step in getting green roofing initiatives off the ground
You can tell a lot about a person by their face—even their political affiliation, new research claims.
In a study published in the January 18 issue of PLoS One , subjects were able to accurately identify candidates from the 2004 and 2006 U.S...
When a disease is rare, so is the funding for research to treat and cure it