Did you ever wonder why heavy cream whips into soft, light peaks?
Now that the iPhone and other smart phones have taken center stage, there's another malady gaining traction... text neck.
Scientists have been finding swarms of jellyfish, called blooms, all over the world.
Mountain climbers face many dangers as they brave the cold winds of the peaks they climb. But the most serious thing they face is all in their heads--literally.
I like to exercise, but I suffer from migraines and worry that getting my sweat on at the gym could trigger a headache. Am I right to be cautious?
The recipe calls for baking powder, but you've just run out. Can you substitute baking soda?
If you needed to know what the weather was like in Singapore tens of millions of years ago, you'd have to consult a different source.
Geothermal is a green power source and doesn't add carbon to the atmosphere the way fossil fuels do.
Messages of touch trigger the release of a chemical called GABA, which diminishes the intensity of the outgoing message.
The Mars Science Laboratory mission is sending its largest rover to the red planet. That rover's name is Curiosity.
Suppose you had the ability to wind back the clock to just before life appeared on earth and let it all happen again. Would life evolve in the same way twice?
Research shows that marksmen shoot most accurately when their hearts' rhythm increases from eight to twenty beats per minute over their resting heart rate.
If the brain can upset the gut, can the gut upset the brain?
This Moment of Science is going to report some interesting things that our pupils can reveal.
Does spending countless hours doing virtual violence to pixelated monsters and warriors have any effect on our sensitive and malleable brains?
Everyone knows that a sharp knife cuts better than a dull one, but do you know why, exactly?
The mystery began in a cave near Albany, New York in 2006...
I have a friend who says there's not much oxygen on earth. Ever since I heard that I can't catch my breath! What's the truth?
I've heard that getting regular exercise can help. Is this true?
If recent research is correct, the blackness between stars harbors more excitement than you could possibly comprehend.