The idea of a vaccine for type 1 diabetes certainly seems farfetched today but don’t count out the fact that in the future there may be such a vaccine.
Facial blindness has always been a mystery but Stanford researchers have isolated the problem to a part of the brain called the fusiform gyrus.
Scientists looked at 3000 medical review articles and found only one out of ten studies actually showed a major treatment effect.
A new rigorous study from Mathematica and Stanford University looked at outcomes when schools used Playworks, a national nonprofit currently providing healthy recess and safe playtime in 23 cities nationwide.
A lot of us would like to be more creative in our daily lives, and a Philadelphia native says it’s less about waiting for inspiration than training yourself for the task.
Citing research by Sean Reardon at Stanford University, an article in the New York Times reports that the achievement gap between rich and poor children is widening.
According to researchers from Stanford University, women experience and express pain in far greater voices than men. They say that a woman is much more likely to say her pain is 10 on a scale of 10 than a man.
Women are graduating with advanced degrees in higher number but men still advance to higher positions in the workplace. Of Fortune 500 companies, there are only 11 female CEOs.