Greens are highly nutritious, and so are potato skins. But when it comes to green potato skins, stay away!
The ratio of brain to body size is no greater in humans than other primates, so where do we get our smarts?
Hair loss is not "Just For Men." Female pattern baldness, though rarely discussed, affects 20 million women in the U.S. alone.
MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, is a noninvasive means by which doctors get detailed visuals of the body's interior and are able to detect abnormalities.
The same brain hormone affects feelings and behaviors in both chimps and humans, causing humans and chimps to share a variety of traits.
Serving kids vegetables often and early might best way to influence their diet.
Iron can be used by our body for good or bad, depending on which cells get a hold of it.
Sleep loss negatively affects school performance more than binge drinking or smoking marijuana.
Where most insects fear to tread, a brave beetle feasts on beaver-ravaged cottonwood trees.
Octopus arms have a mind of their own: When they're amputated, the arms live on for at least an hour, moving around and grasping things.
BMI, or Body Mass Index, estimates whether one is over or under weight for his or her height.
You could be overdosing on iron without even knowing it, which can cause lethal damage to your heart and liver.
In the middle latitudes of the northern hemisphere, southward facing objects get more sunlight throughout the year.
There's so much plastic pollution in the environment, that plastic infused stones, or plastiglomerates, are forming all over the world.
Scientists link mysterious ice-cream cone shaped fossils to Hallucigenia, a spiny, soft-bodied creature from 500 million years ago.
Volunteers around the country assist researchers studying the environment.
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