Researchers found that certain parts of e-cigarettes could leak potentially toxic chemicals into the aerosol that users inhale.
About 2 in 5 octogenarians with above average memories showed signs of Alzheimer's in postmortem examinations, but they never developed the disease.
There isn't one definition of what makes someone intelligent. In fact, it's pretty fluid.
Researchers found that the spread of breast cancer was greatly reduced when asparagine, a protein building block, was removed from a diet.
Researchers surgically implanted electrical wires into the brains of Alzheimer's patients to kick-start parts that stopped functioning.
Life might be a bit different by mid-century.
Tinnitus affects millions of Americans, and many are forced to treat debilitating cases with invasive surgery - but that could change.
Years ago, bipedal robots could barely stand on their own. But by 2017, those robots can now exercise and even perform backflips with relative ease.
Japanese engineers think their two new humanoid creations can help forge a new way of making robots move more like humans.
Your body's circadian clock regulates a lot of your bodily functions, but researchers figured out that same clock can also influence cell activity.
A NASA-backed study looked at astronaut brains before and after different durations of spaceflight.
A fossil of an ancient armored dinosaur was so well-preserved that scientists think it could help explain something about modern animals.