Scientists have sequenced the genomes of several Zika strains as they look for answers about the virus’s sudden appearance
Harvard University's Douglas Dockert discusses the impacts of air pollution on human health and the environment
The United Kingdom's vote to withdraw from the European Union will have an impact the things it eats
It could take years to learn how long infected men can sexually transmit the virus
570 sites advertise therapies for sports injuries, autism and MS via direct-to-consumer marketing
How you talk could reveal heart disease or concussions, say researchers and companies developing the novel technology
A small (7%) increase in total energy sector investment through 2040 could save millions of lives each year through air pollution reductions, according to a report released on Monday by the International Energy Agency...
Charles Czeisler, director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, talked about the dangers of drowsy driving at a recent Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Forum called Asleep at the Wheel. ...
Ruling sets the stage for lawsuits that could overturn similar laws across the U.S.
Asia will account for almost 90 percent of the rise in deaths, the International Energy Agency says
Stem cell researcher Qiurong Ding says altering cell DNA may enable reprogramming disease right out of patients
A patient from Liberia describes the symptoms that still plague her and thousands of others
Even without microcephaly, seizures and developmental delays may appear in the months following birth
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) points to new data showing the spray was ineffective from 2013 to 2016
A changing climate will put New Yorkers at risk of overheating, according to a new study
The worst outbreak in decades has killed hundreds, and vaccine supplies are precarious
When immune cells rush to the site of a mosquito bite, viruses hijack the cells and turn them into viral factories—in mice, at least. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Can cutting out grains help prevent or even reverse tooth decay? Nutrition Diva explores the science and lore of remineralization
The gene-editing technology’s cancer treatment safety test could start later this year
At least 49 patients and medical staff were exposed