Research suggests harnessing ocean wind could power the entire globe - but it comes with some major obstacles.
Could approaching gun violence as a public health issue help curb gun-related deaths and injuries?
New research suggests that starting to play tackle football before the age of 12 can lead to behavioral issues and depression later in life.
Lots of studies have found links between e-cigarette use and tobacco addiction, but some warn that those links aren't all that strong.
Soft robots require a bit of labor to create, but researchers have figured out a cheap way for homeowners, teachers and hobbyists to make their own.
Kneaders bakery is selling special cookies to raise money for the fight against childhood cancer
Johnson & Johnson will pay $417 million in yet another lawsuit related to the talc found in its trademark baby powder.
Some of the supplies delivered could help scientists further Parkinson's disease research and help develop therapies.
The Heartland Insitute said data used by the EPA should be invalidated because of "politicized adjustments." But scientists say the data is unbiased.
A study found a correlation between some states with legalized recreational marijuana use and the frequency of collision claim reports.
China is spending more money on biomedical research than ever, second only to the U.S. But some of those studies have been shown to be fabricated.
Mattel has added 15 new Ken dolls to its Barbie Fashionistas line. They have different body types, skin tones and hair colors.