Edibles have become a popular option for cannabis consumption. Since its legalization, there have been issues within this budding field. Some might say marijuana’s relationship with food is much like Cheech and Chong’s--completely entwined but not without its glitches...
The 21-year-old device stopped working earlier this month, patients left waiting
Experts say listing cannabis among the world’s deadliest drugs ignores decades of scientific and medical data. But attempts to delist it have met with decades of bureaucratic inertia and political distortion...
Lab-made antibodies could produce high-volume, high-quality snakebite treatments
The FDA is finalizing regulations that would bring e-cigarettes under its authority
Massive push that begins this weekend will include more than 150 countries
As U.S. policy lurches along, researchers say easing DEA rules could lead to big advances
Mathematician and author Adam Kucharski talks about his new book The Perfect Bet: How Science and Math Are Taking the Luck Out of Gambling (Basic Books, 2016).
Scientists warn vaccine stocks would be overwhelmed in the event of large urban outbreaks
The U.S. health agency says it is important for pregnant women to take safe sex precautions and avoid mosquito bites
A widely publicized study shows an association between income, mortality and geography in the U.S.—but there's nothing in it we didn't know already
The mosquito-borne virus migrates to the U.S. from diverse nations
An interactive graphic highlights the U.S.’s shift from underweight to overweight
Shifting Ebola funds to fight the mosquito-borne disease will only support short-term disease control
Researchers reach a crucial milestone despite the challenges of working under astronaut-like conditions
The arrival of spring means we need to start being careful outside—in more places than ever
Efforts to learn more about the mosquito that transmits Zika have resulted in a new visualization, but what does it show?
There are now more overweight than underweight people globally, study finds
Growing concerns about a Zika–autoimmune disease link are casting a shadow over vaccine development
New research shows that sugars lacking from the milk of malnourished mothers may be the key to a gut ecosystem children need for proper growth