Social studies education in the US has changed over the last 20-30 years. Why is it so polarizing, and where should schools go from here?
Selfish genetic elements (aka "junk DNA") were once thought to be parasites of the genome. New research shows they may trigger the death of cancer cells.
Researchers propose five ethical guidelines for research on ancient DNA. There is genome-wide data available for more than 6,000 ancient humans.
"This could allow you to actually feel textures, buttons, slides, and knobs on the screen.... you could feel the texture of fabrics and other products..."
A new study in older adults shows people who slept too much or too little experienced greater cognitive decline than those who slept a moderate amount.
Animals munching on plants around watering holes in Kenya can leave a lot of bare ground. But there's more nuance to which plants survive and which don't.
The discovery of a new biomarker could improve both the diagnosis and treatment of chronic lung diseases like asthma and COPD, researchers report.
The waivers are going away: People in the United States could face substantial costs if they end up in the hospital with severe COVID-19 in 2021.
Depression and anxiety may be linked to significantly higher rates of first time cesarean deliveries among women otherwise at low risk of having one.