Summer is the season of colorful toenails. But pedicures have risks. Here’s how to avoid them.
A new study suggests that the decriminalization of sex work could reduce HIV infection.
Heavy winds may break up particles, spread them through the air and make them stick when inhaled.
If you react to pollens and molds, it’s best to keep a watchful eye during hard rains.
How a fairly common tongue procedure upended my life, causing chronic pain.
U.S. Geological Survey offers closest look yet at the Red Planet.
Going online can cut ER waiting time at hospitals using a new scheduling system.
Animal lovers turn to biotechnology as they try to perfect a drink that doesn’t require a cow.
Researchers are trying to find ways to measure them and prevent health problems such heart disease.
They help us out in more ways than we know, and people should take better care of them.
Land is cheap and food prices high, offering new opportunities for the hungry sub-Saharan region.
The Lyrarapax is 500 million years old and a relative of the velvet worm.
The benefits are considerable for many items, including fruits, vegetable, meat and dairy products.
‘Surgery is costly and the recovery time is prolonged. So my dad suggested I try a CRP shot.’
The muscles are amazing, and so are some of the tattoos.
Some women found it easier to deal with menopause after they got trimmer.
The competition is run by Britain’s Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
Sterilization of instruments is important.
The Obama administration has sided with energy developers, approving oil exploration off U.S. Eastern Coast.
The death of a man after a police officer used an apparent chokehold to bring him to the ground during an arrest stoked online discussions about racial tension in America.
Health workers seek to educate local populations about the deadly virus to prevent more infections.
Only group in which diagnoses increased was young gay and bisexual men, new study found.
Babies’ brains react to the voices around them in a kind of rehearsal before they begin speaking.
Delegates say they’ll work with a ‘renewed sense of purpose.’
A large majority of those who responded to a survey said they had experienced harassment or assault.
The Pebble Mine project in Bristol Bay’s watershed would rank as one of the world’s largest open-pit mines.
Perception of patient safety improves, but still lags behind national average, survey results show.
Tens of millions are affected but few will talk about it--even with their health care providers
At least seven passengers were headed to International AIDS Conference, organizers confirm
Whether I line my suitcase with it, sling it over my shoulder on an airplane as my carry-on or leave it on the back seat of my car, it goes where I go.
The Environmental Protection Agency will propose Friday to limit mining activity in Alaska’s Bristol Bay
Death in the line of duty is not new to this group.
To fight Ebola, doctors must first explain it.
Dutch citizen Joep Lange was en route to Australia for an AIDS conference, his office said.
Several other delegates heading for a conference in Australia were believed to be aboard the Malaysia Airlines jet.
Mosquito-borne virus causes intense joint pain and high fever.
The bread wheat genome was thought to be too complex to decode, until now.
Practicing on technologically advanced mannequins gains wider acceptance in medical education.
The warning by the National Interagency Fire Center comes as Western states battle 26 large fires.
Hundreds of vials of other potentially dangerous pathogens were also in forgotten boxes on NIH campus.
The publication is accused of promoting racism, sexism and ‘genetic determinism.’
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