A recent study led by an international team of researchers asserts that indoor distances of two meters (about six and a half feet) may not be enough to sufficiently prevent transmission of airborne aerosols.
An unprecedented review of the aquatic foods sector has uncovered how fisheries and aquaculture can play a greater role in delivering healthy diets and more sustainable, equitable and resilient food systems around the world.
Over the past decade, scientists have been exploring vaccination as a way to help fight cancer.
Research has revealed some "warm-blooded" animals are shapeshifting and getting larger beaks, legs, and ears to better regulate their body temperatures as the planet gets hotter.
The findings of a new study suggest the reason why bird species globally are suffering and dying from a type of malaria.
HIV is a master of evading the immune system, using a variety of methods to prevent the body from being able to find and kill it.
During a recent study, researchers reached the conclusion that bacteria in the gut of premature infants might play a significant role in the risk for brain damage in them.
A new study has pointed to a potential new treatment to prevent chronic complications after traumatic brain injury.
The reusable cloth masks people have been using for the past year or more may look a little worse for the wear.
New research from Washington University in St. Louis suggests that bacteria could learn from the past to predict the future.