We have all seen in the movies, or perhaps in person, a person becomes hypnotized and falls slowly to sleep.
Can sleeping in a room full of plants can be dangerous? A common myth states that, at night, plants compete with people for oxygen!
Think back for a moment to when you were in elementary school. Now, what was the best part of the school day? Recess, right?
Here's an interesting fact: Italians and Spaniards live nearly two years longer, on average, than people who live in England.
Researchers found that copious posting on Facebook may have something to do with loneliness.
As the saying goes, every rose has its thorn. But, what we call thorns are actually not thorns at all.
Without cracking eggs open, how can you tell which egg is cooked and which is raw?
How does the body know when to wake up? How does the body know when to fall asleep?
While humans make attempts to control carbon dioxide levels that contribute to global warming, is it possible that trees have already taken on the task?
No sooner are they blown out, then they re-light and can be blown out again. How can a candle light itself?
Planning on climbing Mount Everest? You might want to plan to be gasping for air. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever dipped your toe into a hot bath and felt a flash of icy cold just before you realize that its really burning?
We're talking millions of pounds of rubber that perform a disappearing act every year!
What is velopharyngeal incompetence and how does it cause the voice to sound nasal, on today's Moment of Science.
New experimental results could be good news for those suffering from neurodegenerative disorders.
Vision may not involve creating an inner model of the world in the brain.