Does eating at "bad hours" affect weight?
I keep hearing about studies suggesting that parents are less happy than childless couples and single people without children. How sound is this science?
Lettuce tell you a thing or two about dressing up a salad.
French researchers recently found that a certain type of snacking is harder on your waistline.
Ten percent of the population in 17th century London died gruesomely of smallpox, a virus that spread easily via airborne particles or contaminated clothing.
Today's Moment of Science looks at the development of the even safer cowpox vaccination.
When you open a container of yogurt, you'll often see liquid collected on top. What is it, and where does it come from?
The counting system of native Greenlanders not only uses all ten fingers, but all ten toes as well!
Everyone has dealt with cleaning the messy lint filter after several wash cycles, but not all the lint gets trapped.
Is the ocean really turning to acid? Will it burn our skin off? What do scientists mean when they talk about "ocean acidification"?
What makes science really fun is when you get to do things yourself, so today we're going to be making moon craters.
The more time parents spend working, the less time and energy they have to plan and prepare healthful meals.
Blood is much more complicated than you might think.
According to one study, the skulls of some Americans have actually grown over the past 120 or so years.
Because of the tremendous pressure, over three times that of the normal atmosphere, the lake's water remains liquid at about twenty seven degrees.
Picture this: it's the Cambrian period. There are all sorts of strange looking creatures swimming and crawling around the ocean floor...