Ancient Eastern herb, gou teng, may be the best way to treat Parkinson's Disease.
Long-necked creatures like giraffes have special hearts, arteries and vessels to keep healthy blood flow to and from the brain, despite their long journey.
Build your lactose tolerance with these quick tips.
Raw onions contain sulfur compounds that are toxic to pets.
Due to cold temperatures, penguins have lost the majority of their taste receptors.
Drummond's rockcress can alter its physical traits between generations, making it very adaptable to sudden environmental changes.
The moon landing was in fact staged (on the moon) with special flag engineering.
The Kepler Space Telescope has located a thousand new planets—two of which are similar to Earth and could, hypothetically, support life.
Contact lenses bring objects into closer and clearer focus than glasses.
Insect societies are typically female dominated. But in Costa Rica, male wasps defy the queen's rule.
Engineers are developing drone helicopters to fly on the red planet to assist the Mars rover's missions.
Turtles have discovered the fountain of youth: telomerase.
Your skeleton serves as a calcium bank account for your body.
Scientists have developed a natural, biodegradeable plastic from chitinous crustacean shells.
Stick with the fly traps or swatters...you can't choke out these pesky pilots.
Garden snails, which are hermaphrodites, hurl love darts at their partners to impregnate them.
When dehydrated, the body makes it difficult to eat in order to conserve water.
Riddle: I've got the body of a humpless camel, the feet of a rhinoceros, and a snorkel‑like nose half as long as an elephant. What am I?
Our moon stabilizes Earth's axis and makes for habitable conditions; but, scientists discover, life is still possible without moonlit nights.
Consuming highly processed foods contributes to obesity.