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A woman's exposure to phthalates while pregnant, which are found in everyday products such as cosmetics, may contribute to a deficit in her daughter's motor skills.
A study finds that a patient's level of blood sugar is not an indicator of their heart disease risk.
Whether in their natural habitats or man-made environments, animals should be treated with respect, and tourism needs to be developed responsibly.
This particular activity has been found to be associated with pushing the onset of menopause in women to a later age.
While losing weight overall has been known to improve sleep apnoea, research pinpoints the exact organ that produces this effect.
A smartwatch band with integrated electrodes to produce an electrocardiogram (ECG) might be able to help detect atrial fibrillation, but not as well as a traditional ECG machine used in a hospital, a recent study suggests.
Racial inequality in Silicon Valley: Pinterest is among many tech companies struggling to become less white
Despite efforts to stake out a leadership position among technology companies striving to bring aboard more Hispanic and black employees, Pinterest has made little progress in reaching racial equality.
Since the dawn of the aviation era, inventors have strived to build aircraft that fly as nimbly as birds, whose morphable wings allow for faster, tighter turns and more efficient gliding.
When he turned 50 six years ago, Tillai Muthu Nagarajan decided to quit his high-flying corporate job and climb mountains because he wanted a life that was worth living.
Countries are rapidly developing "killer robots" – machines with artificial intelligence (AI) that independently kill – but are moving at a snail's pace on agreeing global rules over their use in future wars, warn technology and human rights experts.