This new pot breathalyzer could soon be part of roadside officers' equipment by early 2019. With marijuana legalization spreading, law enforcement are trying to keep up with new technology designed to prevent impairment related accidents.
Selfie filters may be warping the public's perception of beauty. A new article introduced 'Snapchat dysmorphia,' a phenomenon that has teens and millennials trying to look like real-life versions of filtered photos.
In a new study, women with PCOS are found more likely to have autistic children than those without. Statistics of autism remain low despite the discovery, but the link between the two conditions could help researchers understand both better.
A boy loses a third of his brain's right hemisphere in a surgery but scientists find that he is doing just fine. Only a few adverse effects appeared and the case remains a remarkable demonstration of the brain's plasticity.
Conscientiousness may not sound like the sexiest personality trait. However, when it comes to the bedroom, conscientious people who are good planners enjoy the best sex lives, according to a new study.
The sensation of dizziness and lightheadedness upon standing up is called orthostatic hypotension. Scientists reveal that the phenomenon is linked to increased risk of dementia and ischemic stroke.
Be careful of promises of vaginal rejuvenation. In an official statement, Scott Gottlieb, FDA commissioner, says the agency found many devices that claim to promote rejuvenation have terrible side effects.
Medical marijuana can potentially improve and prolong the life of pancreatic cancer patients, according to a new study. In experiments on mice with pancreatic cancer, researchers found that those given cannabis live three times longer than those who were not.
There's been a recent Ebola scare in Denver as a man traveling from Congo fell ill on Sunday morning. Now, residents can rest easy knowing that his tests came back negative for the potentially fatal disease.
In a new study, researchers identify the CMPK2 enzyme that plays a huge role in triggering inflammation. This finding could help design an inhibitor that can help slow down chronic inflammatory disorders such as cancer, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's.
Health officials in Boston alert the residents of a potential measles exposure in two different hotspots in the city. Potentially infected individuals are urged to seek medical help through phone immediately.
Twelve people in four different states have fallen ill from Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Health officials say that the outbreak is linked to fresh crabs that have been imported from South America.
Tennessee gets hit by an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness in patients who visited CLIMB Works Zipline Canopy Tour. Investigations are ongoing, but E. coli and fecal contamination have already been identified.
CDC warns people on Twitter against eating Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal. The cereal is found to be the source of a salmonella flare-up sweeping across the United States.
The United States makes a move to protect itself from bioterrorism as the FDA approves a drug that treats smallpox. Naturally occurring smallpox has long been eliminated, but there are concerns of the lethal disease being used for terrorism.