Will there ever be a truly safe way to smoke?
Benjamin Plackett, Contributor
Scientists could be getting close to identifying some of the genes that increase the risk of alcohol dependence.
Experts say there are many misconceptions about synthetic cannabinoids.
Federal and local law agencies are teaming up to test unanalyzed rape kits.
Snow accumulation reveals wasted space on roads.
Researchers warn of “dot-health” Internet domains being sold to the highest bidders.
Eating more meat could counteract high blood pressure, but some scientists doubt the finding.
E-cigarette vapor is likely less carcinogenic than secondhand smoke, but is higher in metals.
Your insurer could soon know a lot more than how fast you drive.
The female survival advantage may explain the higher divorce rate among couples with daughters.
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