Articles By Roxanne Palmer
A team of Rutgers University researchers thinks some poor women might be getting misdiagnosed as mentally ill when their anxiety stems from the stress of poverty.
Reddish hair is linked to increased oxidative stress in boars, according to a new study.
Scientists were able to reduce and in some cases eliminate egg allergies in a small study of children -- but don't try this at home!
Galaxies formed in the early universe are generally irregular and clumpy, but astronomers have stumbled upon one very old galaxy that was spiral-shaped nearly 11 billion years ago -- much earlier than previously thought possible.
While there's increasing hopes for an end to the AIDS epidemic, African-American gay men are still the most disproportionately affected subsection of the population.
Memantine, a drug given to Alzheimer's disease patients, improved verbal episodic memory function in a small trial of Down syndrome patients.
Silymarin, a botanical extract from milk thistle, performed no better than placebo in a trial of hepatitis C patients.
Scientists modeled the spread of radioactive material from the site of a nuclear accident in Japan and predict that health effects will be higher than some officials have acknowledged.
Polluted water can be scrubbed clean thanks to oxidized minerals formed by a byproduct of fungus spore-making, scientists say.
Researchers have taken a plant pest and programmed it to target the parasite that causes malaria.