A new report looks at the amount of pesticides that are making their way to our plates
The technology utilizes smartphone speakers and microphone to monitor breathing
The absence of substances originating from coffee, chocolate, nicotine and blood in pee could indicate foul play
It’s time to get arsenic and other heavy metals out of our infants’ diets
Most cancer patients never get into lifesaving drug trials because of barriers at community hospitals
A few brief reports about international science and technology from Germany to Rwanda, including one on the discovery of the world's oldest known brewery, discovered in Israel.
Quadcopters with thermal imagery cameras can help detect vicious mini-mines that often kill or maim children
Fructose and sucrose can make it all the way to the colon, where they spell a sugary death sentence for beneficial bacteria. Karen Hopkin reports.
A new study suggests that too much “good” cholesterol may be just as bad as too little. Dr. Sanaz Majd joins Nutrition Diva to sort out what this new research means for our heart health and risks
Nora Volkow of the National Institute on Drug Abuse addresses record high stats among 12th graders
Internet queries about opioids are linked to drug-related hospital admissions
The disturbingly high rate may arise from a disconnect between women’s ambitions and societal expectations, experts say
Lack of interest, training and pay may limit the supply
Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Deborah Blum talks about her book The Poison Squad: One Chemist’s Single-Minded Crusade for Food Safety at the Turn of the 20th Century, Part 2.
Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Deborah Blum talks about her book The Poison Squad: One Chemist’s Single-Minded Crusade for Food Safety at the Turn of the 20th Century, Part 1.
Sometimes infecting volunteers with a disease can lead to new treatments. But how much risk and compensation is acceptable for those in poor nations?
Rebels repeatedly attack the outbreak epicenter—where the response operation is headquartered
Infectious Diseases affect us like clockwork, although it’s not clear why
The Democrats campaigned on protecting coverage for people with pre-existing conditions and lowering prescription drug prices
Three studies in rodents suggest prenatal exposure to the drug may pose risks for infants