People who went through the first six months of the pandemic with their kids or a romantic partner at home fared better than those on their own, research finds.
A new study finds no link between COVID vaccines and chances of getting pregnant, but COVID-19 infection may have a short-term effect on male fertility.
Mount Vesuvius last had a violent eruption in 1944. When will it erupt again? New research suggests it could be a few hundred years.
The American Rescue Plan Act could do more to tackle racial wealth inequality, argues professor Goldburn P. Maynard Jr.
Higher levels of social isolation, but not loneliness, is associated with faster tooth loss in older adults in China, a new study shows.
A new study clarifies how L-dopa, the front-line drug for Parkinson's disease, also contributes to the rapid decline in quality of life over time.
Bundling COVID-19 vaccines or boosters with flu vaccines may offer a way to lower hesitancy among people in minority populations, a new study shows.
Ancient human DNA from Sudan reveals new insights into the ancestry and social organization of people who lived more than 1,000 years ago.
Feeling like you've really thought through all the different options makes us feel more confident in our choices, researchers report.
With new smart sutures, a battery-free, wireless sensor can detect and transmit information about wounds from deep surgical sites.