Those skintight athletic duds aren’t likely to make you run faster or bike longer — unless you think they will.
Early detection of the most common cancer in female sex organs could soon be as easy as using a tampon.
Blood may have a longer shelf life than scientists once thought.
The Ebola epidemic upset childhood vaccinations in West Africa, and a measles outbreak may be forthcoming if immunizations aren’t doled out fast.
Wine-lovers, rejoice! A new yeast strain could soon mean a few glasses tonight won’t make you hate life tomorrow.
Those worried about climate change may have another reason to worry.
Want to know how many calories are in that cocktail? There may soon be an easy way to find out.
Just as the Ebola death toll in West Africa reached new heights, the virus once again reared its ugly head in the United States.
In addition to the ability to clear out a room, your gas might also be able to indicate some important information about your health.
The number of people who have died from Ebola continues to climb.
Some young adults might soon be less susceptible to certain types of cancers.
As if you needed another reason to have a healthy sex life. Elderly women with active sex lives might also have sharper minds.
Narcissistic? If you are, you're statistically more likely to be a man.
Gay men and women who take time off work to care for their ailing spouses will soon be able to do so without getting fired.
Fed up with freezing temperatures? Working sauna visits into your daily routine is sure to warm you up — and it may even help you live longer.