Health Officials Fear Pandemic-Related Suicide Spike Among Native Youth
Fallen pinecones covered 16-year-old Leslie Keiser’s fresh grave at the edge of Wolf Point, a small community on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation on the eastern Montana plains...
Model citizens: How digital drug dealers and virtual users could help stop the opioid epidemic
Agent-based modelling offers opportunities to explore the complex social interactions at the heart of the addiction crisis.
Eric Vilain built a career studying aspects of sex that make some people uncomfortable. Now things are getting uncomfortable for him.
Exclusive: Giant neuron found wrapped around entire mouse brain
3D reconstructions show a 'crown of thorns' shape stemming from a region linked to consciousness.
Peace efforts in the country have ended 50 years of intense conflict. Now, scientists are studying former fighters and victims as they attempt to heal.
New life for pig-to-human transplants
Gene-editing technologies have breathed life into the languishing field of xenotransplantation.
Drone school: Tough lessons for rookie remote pilots
Visiting a US air force base showed that being the remote pilot of a war plane is no cushy number – and don't mention videogames