The young girl, unable to speak or behave like a regular human, gets assimilated back into the human world.
Having household pet/s could help reduce the risk of allergic diseases and obesity among infants.
A team from Historic England and the University of Southampton has found a pit on the village and discovered horrific evidence that the villagers burn and chop up bodies of the dead before burying them.
New study showed that it is still possible for the aging process to be reversed.
Women who consume large quantity of alcohol for a short period of time, even before their pregnancy, were more likely to give birth to children with high blood and sugar and increased risk to diabetes.
The discovery means humanity is close to creating custom genomes from yeast and is just a few years away from making the first artificial organisms.
The venom of the small fish fang blenny could become the next "blockbuster pain-killing drug."
New mathematical model to explain how a massive bloom of phytoplankton is growing under the Arctic sea ice.
BabySeq is a newborn-screening study that is taking place in Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Childrne's Hospital, which is one of the four study sites of the NIH.
Tasmanian tigers are thought to have died out decades ago, but sightings in Australia are prompting scientists to search for proof of their possible survival.
Scientists from McMaster University and Canada and their colleagues have found a direct link between gut-brain communication and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
A doctor from Norfolk, Virginia claims that he had discovered a simple treatment that could cure a deadly medical condition that can lead to shock and multiple organ failure.
The new study opens a door to discovery new ways to aid medical problems in the field of blood cell formation, lung biology and disease, and transplantation.
A new study from John Hopkins University revealed the risk of a person developing cancer is more likely to be influenced by random chance than environmental factors.