You've seen them in stores and have probably heard about the lawsuits about them. A Moment of Science looks at the safety behind Dietary Supplements.
What makes some fall leaf displays so gorgeous? Learn what changes leaf colors.
For years, schools have been turning kids away that have head lice. Learn why should they stop this practice.
How come someone with crutches outpace an uninjured person?
Could it be true that are personalities are determined by the time we reach the 1st grade?
You've seen magic shows where the magician asks someone to lie down on a bed of nails. How can they do this without getting hurt?
Are you a bird watcher? Well, you should know that a bird that appears blue is actually colorless.
Yes, A Moment of Science tackles the glamorous topic of cat barf. Why do cats barf and is it safe for them to do so?
Are you concerned about your weight? Well, researchers believe you should also worry about the size of your waist.
You've probably seen cobwebs around your home and wondered where they come from...
Humans use a process called "Constructing a cognitive map" to mentally visualize their surroundings. Do birds do this too?
"Soda", "pop", or "cola." There's a lot of science behind the fizz no matter what we call our beloved drink.
The physics of driving and falling (we hope this never happens to you!)
Did you know that there are fish out there that can change sex?
You probably have noticed that cats have slit pupils and humans have round pupils. What are the advantages of each pupil shape?
Glow necklaces are fun to use at dances and concerts. Learn how they work!
Spiders have been found to decorate their webs with special ultraviolet-reflecting silk in flower-like patterns.
Why do humans have wisdom teeth? What is so wise about them?
Did you ever have the experience of going through a photo album you haven't seen in years, and saying to yourself, "wait a minute...that's not how it was!"
Christopher Columbus found Indians in the Caribbean using pineapple juice to soften their skin and to cure upset stomach. Are you a fan of pineapple?
LEGO? Really? Yes, LEGO is being used as a model for an upcoming asteroid landing.
This description sure doesn't sound like the penguin we know today, but it is actually one of its great ancestors!
A study shows that men and women may have much different responses to stressful situations.
Recent studies on dinosaur joints suggest that they may have been even taller than we thought!
Scientists found a more eco-friendly way to make bricks -- with wool!
Is another H1N1/Swine Flu scare going to happen again?
A Moment of Science answers your questions about creating, mixing and drinking alcohol.
Researchers are developing a new way to detect cancer using a simple cheek swab.
The Japanese technique of apple growing is the perfect combination of science and art.
Ancient tattoos may have had more than just a decorative function.
Google has made cars that drive themselves... would you buy one?
Do you and your friends get along well? Well, that might be because your brain likes your friends!
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A study finds the time spent staring at a screen could have a psychological impact on kids.
Quiz your fellow canine-lovers with these fun facts!
Dogs can be worried and pessimistic just like people, researchers report.
As it turns out, caveman culinary capabilities may be more advanced than we thought!
Leopards are famous for having a spotted coat. What's cool is that there is science involved with their coat markings and patterns.
With the spiking popularity of science writing and a smorgasbord of great titles to choose from, what's stopping you?
OH MY! The top 10 new species list for 2009 is filled with spooky and bizarre creatures!
Why do we go door-to-door dressed up? Why do we create Jack O' Lanterns?
Play the part of 'mad scientist' with these fun (and scientific) decorating ideas!
Could pumpkins help prevent infections and disease? A new study says, "Yes!"