Ancient Egyptians are more closely related to ancient Europeans and Anatolians than to modern Egyptians.
Children born from mothers who take vitamin D supplements during their pregnancy were less likely to develop asthma and respiratory infections.
Chronic sleep deprivation could make the brain eat itself, increasing the risk of Alzheimer's and other neurological disorders.
Finding a brain network in monkeys dedicated to social interaction, scientists may be on the way to learning more about the origins of human social cognition.
Eliminating the protein Tudor-SN from cancer cells slowed down their growth and division.
Mice sperm produces offspring after being stored aboard the ISS. Although there were minor changes in the DNA, there is very little difference between the offspring from mice sperm from space and from Earth.
Light or filtered cigarettes are actually more fatal than the traditional, unfiltered ones
Patients with high blood platelet levels more likely to be diagnosed with cancer within a year.
Scientists discovered ancient fossils that suggest humans may have originated in Europe, not Africa.
Health officials identified nacho cheese sauce sold at gas station as the cause for the sudden botulism outbreak in California.
Carotenoids in fruits and vegetables enhance skin color, making those who incorporate them in their diet more attractive to other people.
This muffin capable of slowing down the absorption of fats, leading to the reduction of cholesterol in the blood.
Two teams of researchers take one step closer to being able to produce artificial blood in the lab, creating a limitless supply of blood.
The use of heroin and other injection drugs played a significant role in the recent increase of Hepatitis C cases.
The homo naledi humanoids species could have roamed the planet during the same time humans emerged. This is based on the study dating the skeletal remains discovered in a cause in 2015.