If you feel pain, it's time to get cracking. A new study has proven that chiropractic treatment is the way to go for pain management.
The creators of the edible water balls called Oohoo does not want to be just another drinking water brand. They aim to be part of the solution to the world's growing plastic waste problem.
The Botanic Gardens Conservation International has created the world's first list of all known tree species that they aim to help in conservation efforts .
A study has shown that eels can sense magnetic fields which allow it to travel from their breeding grounds and back.
The CRISPR patent battle will now be elevated to the US Court of Appeals as two major research institutions fight for control over the gene editing technique.
The Affordable Care Act has inadvertently caused a shift in how people pay for medical services. While hospitals now want to make patients pay upfront because of mounting hospital debts the under-covered are unable to pay, some primary care physicians opt to have patients pay for services like sick visits to provide better care.
A team of scientists have been able to turn air into drinking water by using a device powered by sunlight.
The Toyota Motor Corporation has released the WelWalk WW-1000 which is a wearable robotic leg brace which can help paralyzed patients walk again.
New climate change research in Oman hopes to find out how periodite can absorb the carbon dioxide from the air which can help in greatly reducing the effects of global warming.
Scientists are looking into the properties of Komodo dragon blood which they believe has antimicrobial properties that can help in wound healing.
Marathons known to cause traffic rerouting and congestion but now they are also being linked to increase of heart attack deaths on race day.
UC Berkeley engineers have answered the age-old question why a shoelace knot becomes untied.
Coronary artery disease risk factors now include graying hair as an indicator after a study was based on how similar graying hair and atherosclerosis develops in the body.
The NYPD and the city of New York opted to settle a medical disqualification case who said that the NYPD retracted the offer after he disclosed his HIV-positive status.
Surveillance videos from the Shadow Mountain Behavioral Facility are being scrutinized by the DHS on the possibility of abuse and neglect of children.