mRNA vaccines have proven highly effective for COVID-19. But that doesn't mean they're ready to replace all others, experts explain.
Research indicates some college football players may be at risk for heart-related complications, based on race, the position they play, and more.
Scientists propose that ecological systems exhibit something akin to a hydra effect. In other words, what does kill you makes you more abundant.
An implant that contains cartilage derived from stem cells eases pain and restores function in dogs with moderate osteoarthritis. Can it work for people?
Five new papers offer evidence that aquatic food, aka "blue food," could fight malnutrition while increasing sustainability.
After the murder of George Floyd, white parents often resisted talking about race with their kids, or they took a questionable approach.
The effects of drought on plant variety around the world could change our understanding of future diversity in a warming world.
New findings get researchers "one step closer to improving the monitoring of volcanic unrest, which aims to protect lives, infrastructure, and crops."
"It is not only crucial for the brain to remember things, but also to weigh how good the memory is: How certain are we that a specific memory is accurate?"