Identifying the different mutations could help women decide if and when to undergo preventative surgery
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration discovered an amphetamine-like substance in certain diet pills and sports products in 2013 but did not warn consumers...
The darkest part of Earth's shadow will fall across the lunar surface, producing a "blood moon"
Tampons absorb traces of laundry detergent, toothpaste, cleaners and other whitening chemicals, enabling scientists to detect sources of sewage pollution
The mission will help NASA understand how the body could handle a trip to Mars
The next March equinox eclipse won't occur for another 19 years
Unless you live in the North Atlantic or Arctic region, the Internet is the best place to watch this event
Chris Borland's decision has provoked discussion of the types of brain damage that can occur including a severe degenerative disease abbreviated as CTE
The product, approved Tuesday by a government agency, yields a drink with the same alcohol content as a standard mixed drink, so some lawmakers are concerned
Researchers estimate that the measles, mumps and rubella vaccination rate among the people who were exposed to measles in that outbreak may be as low as 50 percent