The challenge is greater in the world’s poorest countries.
No time like mealtime.
Pacemakers in the future might never require battery replacement.
Scientists sink their teeth in the great white’s genome
Sometimes less really is more.
It’s only a preliminary study, but the results are promising.
One-day household pollution may be given as much attention as transportation emissions.
Vaccines work, definitely!
Alcohol has very subtle effects on the brain which we’re only beginning to recognize.
Treatment for the highly addictive substance might have to be approached differently if you’re male or female.
More and more evidence suggests that zero-calorie drinks may be just as bad as sugary ones.
The implications could also be huge for people with Alzheimer’s.
Give an orangutan a banana and you’ll feed him for a day. Give him a stick and he’ll poke bananas for a lifetime.
Surprise is the spice of life.
This could be very important for developing countries.
Almost 60% of a typical American’s diet is comprised of ultra-processed foods.
It’s good to be good.
Mozart’s talent for spotting a tone without a reference may be more influenced by genetics than previously thought.