A new study explains that when we eat significantly impacts our energy expenditure, appetite, and molecular pathways in body fat.
Harvard researchers take sea level fingerprints from theory to fact.
Study shows how pelvis takes shape and what genes orchestrate the process.
Harvard-affiliated study upends common myths around melatonin, weekends, school start times.
Study of hand-surgery patients suggests “immersive experience” can curb need for drugs, cut hospital stay.
Tree rings could hold clues to climate change and forest change.
Emerging research suggests following surgery with medication may produce similar results for patients as young as 55.
A Harvard-led study examining measures of well-being showed younger adults had the lowest scores of any age group.
Study is first to microscopically evaluate the pulmonary tissue of e-cigarette users for chronic disease.
Randall Munroe is asking “What If?” again. You might like the answer.