A group of scientists were able to create a prototype and still fully-functional human skin with a 3D bioprinter. They plan on improving this technology and use the skin for pharmaceutical, chemical and cosmetic benefits.
A newly discovered fossil exhibits traits from both Neanderthals and Homo erectus.
Over 30 people across five states are sickened by fatal, highly-resistant Candida auris.
The mysterious surge in the dead patient's brain activity lasted for at least 10 minutes.
A new research shows that a kind of diet, named fasting-mimicking diet, could cure diabetes.
CDC confirmed that six people across four states getting sick after eating the various types of soft cheese since September 2016.
Researchers from TB Allience have generated two new drugs that will drastically lessen the treatment period of tuberculosis patients.
Potatoes may actually be the first kind of food to be grown on Mars, according to a recent study by a NASA scientist.
Digging deep into Neanderthals' ancient teeth, scientists uncovered several interesting details about their lives dozens of millenia ago.
Eating live-cultures yogurt could potentially reverse depression symptoms and anxiety.
Mankind may be on the verge of actually making a species go de-extinct. If a research team's plans go the way they intended, man may be able to meet the woolly mammoth. Well, not entirely a woolly mammoth, but a genetic cousin.
Scientists from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT Eye & Ear have created a new method to create progenitor cells that can become hair cells to restore hearing loss.
Employees who have healthy sex life are more likely to be happier in their jobs and more engaged in the office.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
McCauley and his team recorded these fish near Western Australia for more than a year and identified that they are actually producing "different" choruses, like an album, at different points in time.