The tumor had swelled from the size of a cherry tomato to that of a melon over the course of seven months.
New DNA evidence suggests that Egyptians captured wild birds for millions of ritualistic sacrifices, rather than farming the animals.
A new report reveals that drug-resistant germs infect and kill more people than previous estimates suggested.
Scientists used a computer program to uncover more than 1 million molecules that could potentially store genetic information, just like DNA.
Preliminary data from an innovative clinical trial suggests CRISPR could be safe for use in cancer therapy.
Extensive and rapid weight loss in teens with anorexia makes them severely ill, regardless of their overall weight.
A new study dives into the phenomenon of "crowd diagnosis," wherein strangers on the internet ask each other for health advice.
Weight-loss surgery could treat severely obese children more effectively than lifestyle changes alone, pediatricians say.
Mounting research suggests that the average person doesn't actually reach a euphoric state after taking opioids.
Japan imported Ebola and other lethal viruses to prepare diagnostic test kits for the 2020 Olympics.
While playing a game, monkeys switched strategies each round, while humans stuck to a set of inefficient rules.
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