Scientists claim they may have found a new way to fight antibiotic-resistant superbugs...with a little help from frogs!
While we all know that a kiss and a Band-Aid could usually cure our tears, it didn't really make our injuries go away. But what if it could?
Fungus may not sound too appetizing, but the white fluffy growths are much more nutritious than leaves. We use a similar process with cows.
According to some historians, "Ring Around the Rosy" is a song about the plague that wiped out nearly half the population of Europe during the Middle Ages.
Why is it that young children always get ear aches, but adults never do? Find out on this Moment of Science.
What do you do when infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa? You'll want to know! Find out on this Moment of Science.
Since bacteria can build resistance to antibiotics, is it wise to use antibiotic ointments? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Everyone knows that plants have some pretty good passive defense mechanisms. Learn about plants and their offensive strategies on A Moment of Science.
Learn about how chemotherapy drugs work to fight cancer.
Household drugs like painkillers, antibiotics and hormones enter the water system in many ways. For example, some animal feeds contain antibiotics and might flood into rivers with run-off, while other antibiotics are flushed or dumped down sinks and toilets in homes.