A Moment of Science
After growing increasingly distant, two galactic siblings—the Milky Way and Andromeda—will reunite (billions of years from now).
Scientists harness the power of viruses to fight off deadly bacterial infections.
Is Microwaving Safe for Food?
It's time to zap the myth that microwaving food somehow damages or irradiates it.
As a person's Facebook interactions increase, her emotional well-being decreases, according to new sampling study.
Facebook Wants To Get To Know You
Facebook reveals links between language use and personality.
Social Media and Science
Scientists mine the Twittersphere to understand happiness trends.
Neutron imaging technology may give us an inside look at stony mysteries from the deep sea to deep space.
Your Dog Likes Your Smell
Dogs love your smell better than all the rest.
Drugs in Our Midst
Sewage treatment plants don't effectively remove drugs, antibiotics or hormones from our water supply.
More CO2, Less Protein
Climate change may not only devastate food crops, but also diminish plants' nutritional value.
The more inflated a ball is, the less energy it coverts to heat, and the more energy it has to bounce.
Diabetes: The Sweet & Sour Truth
Diabetes is not triggered by eating too much sugar; it's actually caused when the body cannot absorb glucose.
Why Cats Have Whiskers
Whiskers help our feline friends navigate their environment and detect potential dangers.
Marriage and Heart Health
A healthy, committed relationship helps you commit to a healthy lifestyle.
Did climate change wipe out the wooly mammoth? The fossil record may tell a different story of the mammoth's demise.
Despite weighing tons, clouds seem to free-float in the air. How do the billowy marvels stay up in the sky?
Why Dark Chocolate Is Good For You
Seemingly decadent, eating dark chocolate is actually good for your heart. Scientists may have finally figured out why.
Seeing With Insect Eyes
The eyes of insects are very different than those of mammals like humans. Nevertheless, they serve their owners well.
The human nose may be a lot more capable than we've been led to believe.
Can Lightning Strike You In The Shower?
You may have heard that it's unsafe to shower during a thunderstorm. Ever wonder if this cautionary advice has any truth to it?
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