The figures suggest that one in five men and one in six women will develop the disease in their lifetime.
This could help scientists uncover the origin of social behavior in all animals.
Do you like sweet yogurt? You might want to read this.
The connection between nutrition and the risk of cancer remains a complex and intricate topic.
This is a growing problem which needs to be addressed as soon as possible — otherwise, we all lose out.
Very Not Good™.
A welcomed policy that will save thousands of lives.
The retina changes both software and hardware components to see better in the dark.
Researchers at one of the UK’s leading genetics centres tell us about their serendipitous findings.
Artwork from waaaay before Photoshop.
We’re all Stonebenders in our kidneys!
It could prove a valuable alternative to the way TB is currently being treated.
The resilience and adaptability of these superbugs is impressive — and scary.
The infamous three F’s.
A genetic fluke two to three million years ago turned humans into the best endurance runners around.
Flu vaccine seems more effective in women; men recover faster from the flu.
Oui oui, tres bien!
I know it’s a bit cheesy, but this is definitely a remarkable find.
As the cells are much more robust and self-sufficient than previous ‘models’, they can be employed even in less-than-ideal or changing conditions.