Kidney stones form like any rock, may hold day-by-day history of your body’s health

We’re all Stonebenders in our kidneys!

What big tobacco companies don’t want you to know about smuggling

The scale of this conspiracy is shocking.

Combining antibiotics may be more effective, new study suggests

The whole can be greater or smaller than the sum of its parts.

When organ donation meets religion

Let’s talk about nasty things that save lives.

Coffee consumption might actually protect your heart, new study concludes

Good news, everyone!

Mangoes may improve your cardiovascular and gut health, new study shows

When the doctors say you should eat delicious fruit… you probably should.

Mediterranean diet may reduce negative effects of air pollution

Want to help your body fight pollution? Cut down on the meat and dairy, eat some more fruits and veggies!

Want to keep a young heart? Try exercising 4-5 times a week

If you want to maintain a healthy and young body, you’d best start working.

Mock lunar dust kills cultured cells, alters DNA — raising concerns about the real thing’s toxicity

Dust 2.no.

More than just relaxation: Frequent sauna bathing reduces risk of stroke

Saunas are good for your heart, science suggests.

Five simple lifestyle habits could improve your life expectancy by over a decade

Five things can help you live longer and be healthier.

When mitochondria break down so do our minds, new research shows

When power runs low, neurons start going haywire.

Empathy might also be part genetic, a new study concludes

Don’t blame it on genetics though.

Antidepressants do work, largest ever analysis suggests

It’s the biggest antidepressant review, and it has encouraging conclusions.

Can We Outsmart The Smartest Virus On The Planet?

It’s not as simple as you’d think.

TV shows such as Gray’s Anatomy distort our expectations of trauma care

Grey’s Anatomy was a really good show, but it’s still just a show.

Poor fitness leads to poor brain health, new study finds

Mens sana in corpore sanome

Researchers pinpoint the brain’s anxiety centers

Anxiety is useful, to an extent, but sometimes it can overflow, with devastating consequences.

Cosmonaut blood reveals that our immune systems grind to a halt in space

This is definitely Not Good™.

Marijuana Scientists Are Getting High Wages

By the year 2020, it is predicted the marijuana science industry will be employing about 300,000 individuals.