Could your genes be making you vegetarian?

Your diet may not be a lifestyle choice, but rather a product of your DNA, scientists say.

Scientists bust myth, white bread may not be that bad

New research reveals that it's not much different than whole wheat bread.

Why video games are the new brain rehab

A startup is making brain injury rehabilitation more fun and less expensive.

New discovery that eliminates wrinkles being rushed to store shelves

Discovered in a lab in Israel, the lotion offers an injection-free alternative to Botox.

With new discovery, a big Alzheimer's mystery is solved

A crucial protein is absent in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. Researchers say that could one day lead to a cure.

5 ways to keep your brain young

Protect your brain from the effects of aging with our scientifically backed brain-boosting tips.

In world first, 2 robots perform surgery to help man walk again

Operation is the latest in a line of futuristic procedures.

Want more self-control? Stop trying so hard

A new study says the desire to resist life's many temptations may make you more likely to give in to them.

My epic quest for the best bath in the world

The Earth's molten core creates hot mineral water that people (like me) travel miles for.

Cancer-stricken woman's final wish: See the new 'Wonder Woman' movie

The film doesn't come out until June. Will the director swoop in and save the day?

With virtual reality, hospital kids get transported into Star Wars universe

Project is part of the charitable 'Force for Change' initiative.

Record your heartbeat, and this company will tell you what music to listen to

A new startup is measuring the benefits of using music to treat all sorts of problems, from insomnia to Alzheimer's.

If you want to impress the boss, here's a tip for being more productive at work

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely says you do your best work between 9 and 11 a.m.

Does cold weather make you smarter?

A new psychological study suggests that looking at photos of cold weather may improve alertness and ability to complete tasks.

Nurse designs mosaic with 10,000 pieces of discarded hospital plastic

From syringes to medicine caps, Tilda Shalof has found a way to remember three decades of patients.