Fewer students say they are being bullied at school. But those who are bullied are more likely to be girls than boys, more likely to be white than minority students — and more likely to be harassed on social media than in the hallways.
A study of ultrasound scans is revealing how the development of unborn babies can be affected when their mothers smoke during pregnancy.
The biggest bullies might not be in the playground, but in the top bunk.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have announced the creation of a drug that may help the body stop, or neutralize HIV.
Researchers identify genetic cause of Sturge-Weber syndrome, often associated with facial birthmarks, which means new trials and new hope for sufferers.
Doctors have been prescribing Niacin for decades but new research suggests Niacin may contribute to early deaths. Erika Edwards reports.
The latest study on obesity takes the word "comfort" right out of comfort foods. Researchers say turning to high fat meals during times of stress may actually make you gain *more* weight than normal. Erika Edwards reports.
According to new research, one child every hour is injured in an accident involving a highchair.
Mississippi researcher's autopsy on chicken nuggets finds little chicken at all.
Mississippi researchers say device used to treat sleep apnea helps veterans with nightmares caused by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Stopping pancreatic cancer before it becomes cancer.
Hundreds of Missouri residents turn up to shave their heads in fundraising event to help raise money for the fight against cancer.
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