A new study reveals that chemicals used during hydraulic fracturing or fracking are not only dangerous to the environment but can also have a negative impact in reproductive system and development.
A new study reveals that DNA can explain why some people tends to have more than two cups of coffee daily while others are satisfied with their morning cup.
Scientists have created a prototype of edible batteries that can power ingestible devices but without posing a threat of toxic contamination inside the human body.
Scientists developed new technique in measuring the adherence of a patient to their doses of antiretroviral drugs.
KFC releases a new SPF30 sunscreen that can protect the skin against UV rays while leaving your body to smell like healthy fried-chicken.
A new research shows that sick mice avoid spreading diseases by isolating themselves away from their social group.
Health authorities warn that the Gulf Coast states are increasingly at risk of a Zika virus outbreak.
A team of scientists has discovered a "revolutionary" way to create small animals, such as mice, completely transparent from head to tail to advance further research on brain mapping.
A new rare and sometimes fatal inflammatory disease that affects children was discovered and treated by scientists at NIH.
A new study reveals that the cheap cloth masks, most commonly used in highly polluted areas in Asia and Southeast Asia, could not protect people from the harmful effects of air pollution.
A new study involving mouse models suggests that citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and limes could delay or prevent obesity-related health risk.
New York City assistant commisioner first ever American to sign consensus declaring negligible transmission of HIV in patients who are consistently taking their antiretroviral medications.
A new study showed that Zika virus could also attack immature brain cells in adult human brain.
Blast from the past? Deadly small pox might return as the Arctic ice melts.