Chantell Evans is one of 15 young scientists getting the awards, which are aimed at boosting the numbers of women and minorities in faculty positions.
A suicide prevention effort that began with middle schoolers have now spread to college students.
I have a bone to pick with doctors: Too many are giving poor advice when it comes to exercise.
For $25,000, you'll get a complete genome sequence, a full-body MRI scan, a cardio CT scan, bone densitometry, cognitive testing and more, all in the hope of discovering a lurking tumor abnormality - and nipping it in the bud.
To truly achieve a vision of single payer coverage, we have to talk about the cost of health care.
Nutritional science changes quickly. Here's how nutrition information has changed over the years and why it's important to keep up.
Moments after a nurse gave the boy a penicillin shot in his right buttock, the skin on the child's legs appeared pale and mottled.
Several hours later, the parents noticed that their son's legs were not moving as they typically did when he cried.
The beginning stages of colorectal cancer may not show symptoms at all. Therefore, being screened is the best preventive method.
It may be in your spice cabinet right now - but should turmeric also be in your medicine cabinet?
Though veterans make up only 8.5 percent of the U.S. population, a 2016 VA report revealed they accounted for 18 percent of deaths by suicide in 2014. That's nearly 20 suicides per day.
The hope is that their work together will have an impact on the lives of local children and children elsewhere.
In many states, being a nurse is more dangerous than being a police officer or a prison guard.
They're part of a national effort to reduce kidney stones, which are becoming more common in adults and children.
PPD, or paraphenylenediamine, is the world's most popular oxidative hair dye agent - even though it's a nasty allergen with a checkered history going back 150 years.