Dermatologists look for problems that are literally skin deep. That can be complicated when your skin is darker.
A new generation of tech is helping millions of Americans cope with hearing loss.
Compounds in tick saliva can reveal to how these parasites can create anaesthetics and anticoagulants to breakdown human and animal defenses.
Off the coast of California, forests of kelp are being decimated by warming temperatures and hungry sea urchins.
The proposal would require researchers to disclose underlying data—which could include private medical and health information.
European regulators have approved a Merck vaccine to fight the Ebola virus.
The NIH has instigated investigations into dozens of scientists over concerns of spying, nearly all linked to China.
Deciding which formula is best for your baby? We look at what science has to say.
100 years ago this week, scientists shared their observations of how the mass of the bent starlight—an announcement that made Einstein an overnight celebrity.
The weird, dumb, and sometimes beautiful mistakes artificial intelligence can make.
The surprising facts you think you know about Venus flytraps.
About 13 times a century, Mercury darts across the blazing disc of the sun. Catch the transit yourself this Monday, November 11th.
Researchers are collecting snapshots of Acadia National Park to supplement satellite data on fall leaf colors.
The Trump Administration has begun a yearlong process to exit the agreement—which would complete the day after the next presidential election.
Meet the lawyer suing on behalf of all U.S. people with PFAS in their blood.
In his podcast Clear + Vivid, actor and writer Alan Alda talks with scientists about how to connect with people—and talk about tough topics like climate change.
Do moths deserve their unflattering reputation? A museum curator and moth-lover sets the record straight.
In cities, where plants and animals compete with humans for space and survival, cemeteries offer an unexpected reprieve.
And the disease is now popping up on the west coast.
People infected with measles can develop an immune system amnesia, losing antibodies to other pathogens.