How has marijuana legislation affected public health and law enforcement? A new analysis might have some answers.
A new Android app can not only sense when the ground is shaking, but warn others about impending earthquakes.
Playing with your phone or worrying about life's problems while driving could mean a ten times higher likelihood of crashing, a new study says.
Doctors could one day activate beige cells inside fat to help patients lose weight and prevent diabetes.
The poor might drink the same as the rich, but they face deadlier consequences because of it. A new study might explain why.
Is powdered alcohol a grave danger-or just another way to unwind?
Could going to Starbucks be worse than heading to a vending machine?
Three studies have once again highlighted the role fruits and vegetables play in long term weight control.
Could being rewarded by an employer for healthy behavior actually lead to failure?
Music might not be just for the heart.
A concussion could raise an adult's likelihood of committing suicide by 300 percent, even without a history of psychiatric issues.
Stress might wreak havoc on your day, but could it have a slightly positive effect on your health?
Avoiding cigarettes is one way to prevent lung cancer-but could getting higher also work?
Tens of millions of people labeled overweight or obese by the body mass index (BMI) scale might soon feel vindicated.
A breakthrough in diabetes type 1 research could mean replacing needles with healthy cells inside the body.
There's more than one way Charlotte or Boulder could lose the Super Bowl this year-and it might not cause many cheers on either side.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women-and a lack of research could be the culprit.
Want your children to mature into healthy adults? You may want to keep them in school a little longer.