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"Changes in social behavior during adolescence... are not triggered by puberty, so we can't blame the hormones...."
Well-child visits are not only good for babies. A new study shows they're good for moms, too.
College students who think their parents are more accepting of drinking tend to drink more, a new study shows.
Scientists are close to being able to use precision medicine to make sure arthritis patients are taking the most effective drugs.
The rise of Tharsis, the solar system's largest volcanic system, may be linked to oceans on Mars. But it's still just a theory. The next Mars lander, due for launch in May, could help find an answer.
If China sustains reductions in air pollution, its residents could see their life expectancy extended by as much as 5.3 years.
Manipulating the "double-edged sword" of randomness could help scientists wipe out small populations of bacteria for good, preventing resistance to antibiotics.
One of the problems with current solar cells is that the best materials to convert sunlight into power also contain toxic levels of lead. New research may solve the issue and save money.
Scientists were surprised to learn that a hydrogel they developed to deliver drugs had its own therapeutic qualities.
Findings may lead scientists to reinterpret seismic maps of the Earth's interior.
If physicists can prove the holographic principle, they will have taken a major step toward a grand unified theory that can explain all the laws and principles governing reality. Whoa.
UCLA-led research shows Earth may be approaching a carbon dioxide threshold for melting ice in the Arctic.
The evolutionary dawn of thousands of species of modern vertebrate fish occurred 66 million years ago, just as dinosaurs were dying out, says new research.
One in five very low-birth-weight, premature infants suffers a life-threatening brain hemorrhage, often originating in a vital region known as the germinal matrix.