In short: mosquitoes like you more because you’re easier to find on their ‘radar’.
If you’re allergic to bee venom, this vaccine is for you.
Have you considered trying menstrual cups?
Scientists are getting closer to revealing the timeline of HIV evolution.
“We now have a pathogen whose molecular history we can follow for thousands of years,” says paper co-author McCormick. “The jury’s out, evidence is accumulating, and we’re all going to learn as we go forward.”
“In the future, we might also adapt dietary regimens for insect rearing in order to increase their antioxidant content for animal or human consumption,” say the authors.
Healthy body, healthy mind.
“We are incredibly excited about this first discovery on the road to realizing the goals of the Harnessing Plants Initiative,” the authors say.
Rats with artificially-reduced ghrelin signaling showed impaired performance in an episodic memory task.
It’s still early days, but the results are exciting.
The reason is pretty simple: there’s no evidence that it works.
It’s an important step towards eliminating some types of cancer.
The best course of action in such situations is simply to avoid places that could make you ‘sin’.
A new use found for testosterone.
The international scientific community is shocked by yet another ethical scandal sparked by Chinese researchers.
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Farm microbes could help reduce asthma risk.
Sleep is a weird thing, but science is trying to help us make sense of it.