When the drugs we use to heal us create unintended monsters.
A new study shows quitters using nicotine replacement therapy are just as likely to relapse as those who stop smoking cold turkey.
Do your ears a favor in 2012 and resolve to turn down the volume.
Scientists armed with diamond anvils are pushing their investigations deeper and deeper into the center of Earth without actually having to go there.
New research shows it's high time to trash the long-held notion that women are biologically determined to be worse than men at math.
No extra coal for the fire, no lights: maybe old Ebenezer Scrooge had it right -- environmentally speaking, at least.
What the connectome of a humble nematode has to say about a futurist's prophetic vision.
Femto and Attosecond sciences are investigating time scales more fleeting than we can possibly comprehend.
Some people report seeing colors when they read text or tasting flavors when they listen to music. Elevated neuronal responsiveness could be to blame.
From subtle tropisms to blazing fast pollen release mechanisms, plants are moving constantly.