GMO Foods: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Is altering a crop in a lab the same as altering it on the farm?
Scientists Rush to Finish Mind-Controlled Robotic Suit
Paraplegic volunteer will wear it at the tournament's opening ceremonies.
5 Things You Need to Know About E-Cigarettes
Millions use the device as an alternative for traditional cigarettes.
Man Aims to Change Cancer Experience for Young Adults
What would you do if you were diagnosed with cancer in your teens or twenties?
Family Raises $500K in 15 Days to Save Daughter
Could you raise $2 million if your child's life depended on it?
Meet 5 Incredible 'Bionic' Pets
If the Six Million Dollar Man had a sidekick, it would be one of these animals.
15 Natural Back Pain Remedies
Try these expert-approved answers for natural relief.
HIV Turns 30 Today
American scientists announced the discovery of the virus behind AIDS in 1984.
A Close-up Look at Acupuncture for Pain
Nearly 14 million Americans have tried acupuncture to treat chronic joint pain.
'Anti-Thigh Gap' Jeans a Hit With the Muscle Set
The Barbell Denim Kickstarter campaign reached its goal in 47 minutes.
Girl Mauled by Raccoon Leaves Hospital With Ear on Arm
Charlotte Ponce, 11, will have the ear transplanted to her head in June.
Surprising Bacteria That Live on Your Money
A new study finds 3,000 kinds of bacteria that live on paper money.
Top 4 Foods for Spring
Get a boost from these seasonal fruits and veggies.
Top 3 Foods for a Longer Life
Certain foods can help boost your longevity.
How to Get Healthy for Less Money
You don't have to go broke to be at your best.
5 Do-It-Yourself Hangover Helpers
Reach for these remedies for hangover relief.
The 'Six Million Dollar Man' No Longer Costs $6 Million
He'd be much cheaper to rebuild today.
Why Your Spouse May Be 'Hangry' for a Fight
The link between marital discord and hunger pangs.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Meet Celebrity Dolphin
The 4-year-old boys' prosthetic legs and Winter's prosthetic tail were made by the same team.
FDA Announces Plan to Regulate E-Cigarettes
The agency's proposed regulations include warning labels and a ban on sales to minors.
Incredible 1st Steps of an Exoskeleton
The mind-controlled exoskeleton will be used to make the ceremonial opening kick at the World Cup.
Researchers Identify HIV Virus: April 23, 1984
Health and Human Services officials referred to the virus as "HTLV-3" during a 1984 news conference.
Dog Digs With Prosthetic Paw
Brooke the black Lab uses her prosthetic paw to dig up her favorite ice treats.
Scientists Engineer Lab-Grown Vaginas
Four women with a genetic condition took part in a ground-breaking study.
Baby Can't Open Mouth in Medical Mystery
Video shows doctors assessing Wyatt Scott's ability to swallow.
8 Mumps Cases Reported at NJ College
Stevens Institute of Technology reports eight cases despite students having been fully vaccinated.