Compounds in an exhaled breath are found to be a unique "fingerprint" in patients.
Research shows possible hope for future AIDS vaccine.
The mysterious African "fairy circles" that appeared this week prompting extraterrestrial theories, has now been demystified and explained by scientists, according to a study published in Friday's edition of the journal Science.
Scientists create a robot jellyfish with the hopes of using it for research and surveillance under the sea.
Scientists have discovered that the sea hare, a soft-bodied marine creature, uses a sticky secretion in order to trick hungry predators.
The invisibility cloak has long been featured in sci-fi and fantasy novels like "Harry Potter", tantalizing our imaginations with all its wonderful possibilities, and now a research team has created one that is micrometers thick.
The sequester will cut funding for research which can jeopardize the goal of finding a permanent cure for HIV.
A baby has reportedly been cured of HIV for the very first time, researchers announced Sunday, a medical breakthrough that could greatly impact how babies who are born infected with the virus that causes AIDS are treated.
The Rare Genomics Institute and Assay Depot of San Diego and Washington University geneticist Dr. Jimmy Lin, recently announced that around $500,000 will be awarded for research institutions focused on rare genetic diseases.
Facebook, Google and Amazon Web Services developers are teaming up with a British cancer research non-profit for a hackathon in a bid to design and develop a mobile game to accelerate cures for cancer, according to a statement.
According to a recent report, chronic diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease need to be further looked into to prioritize, evaluate, monitor, and for better health results across all countries.
It may not be very good news during the festive season for those who are very conscious and particular about their looks, and especially about their size, as a new study suggests that we are all fatter than we think we are. The study further suggests, that women are most likely to underestimate their size, with an average woman believing herself to be 5lb lighter than she actually is. Also, women in their 30's are apparently the most optimistic with them being most convinced they weigh half stone lesser than they really do.
According to data from the Department of Veterans Affairs, there were 17,754 suicide attempts among veterans last year and in July this year, 26 active-duty soldiers are believed to have committed suicide, the most ever recorded in a month since the U.S. Army began tracking such deaths.