In the midst of a historic US measles outbreak, at least one Google employee walking around the tech giant’s main Silicon Valley campus has been diagnosed.
Norman "Ned" Sharpless has publicly supported the agency's policies to curb the use of e-cigarettes.
Guardian Pharmacy Services in Dallas can continue to operate under certain conditions. Lawyers representing the blinded patients say the punishment is too light.
The FDA commissioner, who took stands against teen vaping and online opioid sales, said he wants to spend more time with his family.
These Men Want The Scientific Community To Acknowledge That A Famous Researcher Sexually Abused Them
Dozens of men remember a Rockefeller researcher, now dead, sexually abusing them decades ago. After inquiries from BuzzFeed News, the editors of two journals have decided to acknowledge the allegations in the scientific record.
“There’s no such thing as United States DNA, so why would there be Mexican DNA? It doesn’t make any sense,” a genetic genealogist said.
The 2017 study was covered by dozens of news outlets, including BuzzFeed News.
For decades, companies worked to cast doubt on whether sugar harms — until Cristin Kearns started digging up the dirt.
The avocado boom has birthed a fight over who gets to make money off the patented giant “Carla.”
Just Before Thanksgiving, A Turkey Supplier Is Recalling 91,000 Pounds Of Raw Meat Because Of Salmonella Fears
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, the feds still don’t know the original source of the salmonella outbreak that has sickened 164 people and killed one.
Cornell is looking at whether its star professor’s misconduct affected research funded by the federal government.
Cornell Should Reveal What It Found Out About Disgraced Food Scientist Brian Wansink, Dozens Of Scientists Say
“The practice of science requires the highest levels of transparency,” researchers said in an open letter to Cornell.
"It's providing them with a hope that they may have thought didn't exist for their cancer," says the executive director of TruthInAdvertising.org.
Anti–Big Tobacco crusader Stanton Glantz settled a sexual harassment lawsuit from a former researcher. Then his center won a $20 million research grant.
Their tragedies expose a shadowy US industry that sells drugs with little government oversight.
His last day will be June 30, 2019.
Wansink, who is still teaching at Cornell, has now retracted 13 papers in total.
A proposed health study of low-salt diets on prisoners has undisclosed salt industry funding.
“Our study in hindsight was outright silly,” one scientist said.
“CrossFit admitted they’re wrong and is making it right,” trans athlete Chloie Jönsson told BuzzFeed News.