A man who died in Herculaneum during the historic Vesuvius eruption was found with an exploded skull and glass-like brain tissue.
As an escalating viral outbreak unfolds in China, only one lab in the country meets the required biosafety standards needed to study the new disease.
An emerging cancer therapy could someday shorten the time patients spend in treatment and improve their overall outcomes.
An ancient human skeleton uncovered in China belonged to an individual with the rare condition of "proportionate dwarfism."
New evidence of preserved brain tissue from the Cambrian period counters arguments that nervous tissue cannot be fossilized.
New Zealand medical officials have ordered 1,292 square feet of skin to treat victims of the White Island volcanic eruptions.