It also wants tanning lamps reclassified as moderate risk devices.
With the release of the DSM-5 this month, psychotherapist Gary Greenberg questions whether psychiatry's diagnostic Bible can truly get at the nature of mental suffering.
Over the past 14 years, fast food has gone from "awful, health-wise" to "awful, health-wise."
In a wide-ranging interview with PopularScience.com, Aldrin talks about a mission to Mars, 34 years of sobriety and the future of American leadership in space.
At the end of the last ice age, a single language fractured, until it became the languages we speak across Asia and Europe.
A new graphic maps the influence of Mexican drug cartels in the U.S.
76 years ago today, the Hindenburg crashed over New Jersey, killing 35 people and ending the era of the airship. From the Popular Science archive, what it would have been like to travel the world in a Zeppelin.
Every kid in high school learning guitar to get a girlfriend was actually right.
And it works kind of like a penis.
During breakfast on June 30, 1908, a man named S.B. Semenov was sitting on a porch at a northern Russian trading post when the sky burst into flames. He looked up and saw the heavens appear to split apart, and he felt as though his shirt was on fire; after a moment, a heavy blow knocked him off his feet and he passed out. The inferno, afterward known as the Tunguska Event, was a high-altitude explosion of a meteor or a comet--but nobody ever found the remains.
Quantum networking could enable the most secure communication possible.
The National Institute of Mental Health published a statement last week about a shift in the way it will conduct research.
People didn't start really noticing rocks from the sky until after the Enlightenment.
Your brain makes you unconsciously like caloric foods even if they're not delicious, study finds.