After a 2009 study linked chronic fatigue syndrome to a virus called XMRV, some sufferers hoped the link would lead to a cure. But two studies published this week refute claim the link was the result of laboratory mistakes.
From solar powered rickshaws to a canopy made of recycled oil cans, learn about Jugaad Urbanism — an exhibit featuring the work of urban designers inspired by the resourcefullness of ordinary citizens in India.
The San Francisco-based performance artist talks about his nine-month protest walk, American identity politics and his sparkly take on what it means to be human.
In this audio slideshow, the Belarus Free Theater’s Natalia Koliada discusses life under Europe’s last remaining dictatorship, the political power of theater and the troupe’s triumphant return to New York City this spring.
Clinical trials are vital to advancing cancer treatment, but sometimes doctors can’t find patients to participate and patients can’t find the trials. “It’s like two ships passing in the night,” says Dr. Elly Cohen.
At this prestigious high school math contest, the winner is guaranteed to be a girl.
Vitamin D is good for your bones. That much we know. But how much do you need? We asked the experts about a new report that has heightened the debate.