The whole is larger than the sum of the parts.
Seeing a ‘bright light’ was probably just your brain hallucinating.
Spoiler alert: sugar doesn’t cause diabetes.
The human brain copes poorly with microgravity — and that’s a big problem for space flight.
The science is clear: the “right” age to have a child according to your biological clock is under 35 for women and under 40 for men.
Ancient quarry workers left messages carved on walls like a 4,500-year-old form of social media.
There are unexpected and unappreciated guests sneaking into our homes.
This is some scary stuff.
Your brain is an inexhaustible source of secure passwords – but you might not have to remember anything.
Storing food properly is very important because our own health is at stake here.
Supercapacitors, super cars.
Every 60 minutes, someone dies in the U.S. because of an eating disorder.
Alberta managed something that few other areas can boast.
Brushing, flossing, and mouthwash could save you a lot of trouble in the future.
If you think you don’t have viruses, think again.
Ten years is a long time, what do you think future iPhones will look like?
There are plenty of jokes about how marriage will end your life — but the science says that the union is actually good for health.
Men and women are more similar than we are different — but their health needs are not nearly identical.
Life goes on after death.
Not many scientists are careful to write well — and this could bury their research.