Frieda Klotz visits the world's first cyborg fair.
The eugenic legacy of a 1927 Supreme Court decision to sterilize “imbeciles.”
Holly Cave wanted to know why her pregnancy ended at nine weeks. She discovered that talking about her loss helped change how she thought about it.
Will new DNA tests help convict violent offenders or curb privacy?
Rats can smell tuberculosis. Dogs can smell cancer. Now they’re being trained to help us survive.
We have a habit of looking to the animal kingdom to validate the way we love.
Harnessing the mind to reduce side-effects and slash drug costs.
Craig Venter, multi-millionaire maverick, says he can help you live a better, longer life.
It’s a simple formula for weight loss: burn more calories than you consume. How come that often doesn't work?
A new test tells women how long they will be fertile. But does it work?
The search for the red wolf’s origins have led scientists to a new theory about how evolution actually works.
The long history of gender variance in culture and medicine.
For years, government rules on drug trials blocked access to a vital drug.
The mysterious particles may have indirectly paved the way for humanity—and killed the dinosaurs
Not all DNA evidence is equally valuable or trustworthy