There is “effectively zero” chance of spreading the virus that causes AIDS if infected patients receive antiretroviral treatment, researchers found.
A 2019 study states that this small detail can even make you more likely to post a food photo on social media.
In a Stanford study, fact checkers were the best at spotting propaganda and fake news.
Shootings are taking almost twice as much of a toll on the life expectancy of black Americans as on that of white Americans, a new study finds.
New research suggests there's a limit to the number of minutes you can scroll without hurting your mental health.
New research says a tax on meat could help offset its health consequences.
The Hass Avocado Board is funding the study, though researchers say this will not affect the findings.
It's 23andMe's latest collaboration to develop new drugs with genetic data from customers who volunteered to participate.
Trump won about 60 percent of the vote in these areas, far exceeding his overall count.
The researchers plan to scour the Loch Ness next month for evidence of its supposed inhabitant.
A robust new study out of Taiwan has found evidence that people who suffer from allergies are more likely to develop a psychiatric
We don't trust nutrition studies funded by soda companies. Why would we trust alcohol studies funded by the booze industry?
Your dog may actually appreciate that high-pitched “dog speak.”
But states continue to promote the theory to women as fact.
Lawmakers have refused to invest in this field of study, leaving gun policy to operate on dogma, not science.
“We literally know less about every aspect of female biology compared to male biology.”
Fifty-five percent of all junk news traffic on Twitter can be linked to Trump supporters, researchers said.
BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen have distanced themselves from the studies or apologized.