This means a couple of extra seconds which could make all the difference in a life or death situation.
A quick, non-invasive imaging of the back of the eye could spot Alzheimer’s disease before the onset of severe symptoms.
Spatial memory improved in mice after a special three-month diet.
The best advice is to listen to your body.
Sleep might mitigate the damage done to DNA during wakeful hours.
It might also cause some harmful side effects such as brain cell death (at least in rats).
Bedtime protein shakes seem to be leading to better gains than daytime intake.
Vehicle tailpipe emissions were responsible for 385,000 premature deaths worldwide in 2015.
Gaining a couple extra pounds is still less harmful than smoking itself for people with diabetes.
Balloons might be fun at parties but they become deadly serious once they reach the ocean.
People tend to over-estimate their spouse’s intelligence (as well as their own).
Iron oxide may be coloring some icebergs green, which would make them important nutrient carriers for marine life.
But ultimately humans are often the ones who introduce alien species to new ecosystems.
Biopesticides could protect crops against diseases without the typical downsides of synthetic chemicals.
Nobody likes keeping track of the food they ate but it doesn’t a lot of time at all and the results speak for themselves.
Fast food servings have gotten significantly bigger since 1986, which may partly explain the rise in obesity in the United States.
The new material also conducts electricity making it ideal for stretchable electronics and soft robotics.
As if overfishing wasn’t enough, fisheries are plummeting because of the effects of higher water temperature as a result of global warming.
That moment when science fiction meets reality.