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Ranchers and fishing industry praise plan for more access to federally protected areas.
"I was playing with it like little kids do,” Victor Pratt said from a hospital, through cheeks swollen nearly shut.
Due to federal budget cuts, a research center that has produced hundreds of “whooper” chicks for reintroduction will now focus on its other projects.
Maryn McKenna says the drugs used to raise poultry have created a serious health threat.
Documentary asks hip-hop celebrities how they stay healthy — or not.
To fight opioid abuse, some states are requiring checks on owners’ prescription histories.
Hurricanes, droughts, oil spills, wildfires are natural labs for research.
Sounds imperceptible to humans were used for phone calls, texts and social media posts.
Complex care is needed to prevent infection. Many parents don’t know how to provide it.
Experts worry that myths will make people complacent about the danger of hurricanes.
Flashes of light and glowing globes are electrical discharges rising from the ground.
The epic end to a pioneering mission that revolutionized how scientists see the ringed planet.
Power outages cripple sewage pumps as concern about disease spreads in Florida
California nature photographer Justin Hofman snapped the picture off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumbawa.
Don’t get two when one will do. Instead of getting both a Pap test and an HPV test to screen for cervical cancer, many women should get just one or the other at regular intervals, according to a draft...
The serious breach of privacy for an unconscious patient led to the suspension of one physician for 28 days, another for a week and the ousting of the surgical services nursing director.
Critics called the move another example of the Trump administration putting the concerns of industry over public health.
The rare giraffes are leucistic, not albino.
Selena Gomez's fans were stunned that someone so young and seemingly healthy could have needed a kidney transplant. But the disorder she suffers from — lupus — affects many young women in similar ways.
When asked about the shock, the scientist said, “I was impressed. Let’s put it that way.”