Science and technology
Low sperm count is also associated with health problems, including high risk of cancer and heart disease.
Don't forget special glasses, solar filters and common sense.
Laws restricting sales of e-cigarettes to minors led to an increase in smoking among underage pregnant teenagers.
Scientists suggest psychopaths have “superior” functioning when it comes to processing lies in the brain.
But it must be spent wisely: not on material possessions, but time-saving activities.
Clinical trials on a prospective type 1 immunization are set to begin next year.
Trump’s policies are deliberately pushing Obamacare into the vortex.
The discovery raises questions about the moon's origins and potentially bolsters future attempts to explore it.
Boys and girls 9 to 17 months old show marked differences in their preference for stereotypically male versus stereotypically female toys.
A study suggests even a 5 percent decline in MMR vaccine adherence could spark a measles outbreak in the U.S.
"Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace.”
A South African child has lived HIV-free for over eight years, without treatment, it was announced Monday.
Robots don’t require vacation time, sick leave, lunch breaks or health insurance.
Pediatric oncologists must sometimes call in authorities, or ask themselves whether the care they’re providing is doing more harm than good.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
Bezos accepted the first Buzz Aldrin Space Innovation Award from the famous astronaut just days before the Apollo 11 moon landing anniversary.
The highest frequency is among non-Hispanic black victims.
The transmission likely comes from a human technology.
Higher temperatures reduce hunting activity, as well as the number of pups being born and surviving each year.