An emerging migration crisis is worsening as global warming pushes sea levels higher — and some communities are choosing to voluntarily retreat rather than continue to live in high-risk areas.
Swedish researchers used a bioink composed of human cells to 3D print and implant cartilage into mice — with results that could lead to advances in reconstructive surgery.
Zika, dengue, and chikungunya cases around the world are on the rise and current methods for diagnosing infection require time-consuming and expensive laboratory tests.
Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University found 'significant changes' in serotonin and dopamine transporters in the brains of participants in a seven-day Christian retreat.
Justice Minister Heiko Mass proposed penalties of up to $53 million against social media companies that fail to clamp down on outlawed racist and xenophobic posts and comments.
Asking whether people would shock a fellow human being when prompted by an authority figure, researchers tested obedience in Poland and compared the results with those obtained by Stanley Milgram more than 50 years ago.
Most of us try to avoid artificial coloring, but a dye that is used to detect plaques in Alzheimer's brains is being tested for its seeming ability to counteract the effects of aging.
Some of the same genes that regulate human height appear to also play a role in determining one's risk of premature hair loss, says a new study.
Gamers who played four to eight matches per week tended to show more incremental improvements per game than players who participated in a higher number of matches.
Researchers are investigating the curious health benefits of shining light on the body, and the preliminary findings on illnesses such as Alzheimer's are nothing short of remarkable.