Genetic testing for breast cancer will be covered under the Affordable Care Act, potentially saving women who need the test thousands of dollars.
NASA engineers used a robotic arm today (March 6) to unpack the first exterior cargo ever delivered to the International Space Station by an American-built commercial supply ship.
Some cans of Bumble Bee tuna are being recalled because the seals on the cans might not be tight enough to prevent contamination, the Food and Drug Administration said today.
Frequent hits to the head, which commonly occur during football games, are known to put people at risk for later brain disease, and a study published today offers a new explanation for why this might be.
Even the best-off ancient Egyptians suffered from malnutrition and preventable disease, a new analysis of mummies and skeletons finds.
The next crew to launch toward the International Space Station will make the trip faster than any astronauts before them, thanks to a new docking plan being tested this month.
A canine skull found in the Altai Mountains of Siberia is more closely related to modern domestic dogs than to wolves, a new DNA analysis reveals.