At the University of Cambridge in the UK, astronomers and cancer researchers have joined forces.
If you've read or heard the news you've probably heard about a drug called ecstasy, or "e" for short. What is ecstasy and what does it do to your brain?
On today's Moment of Science, we're sure your heart's in the right place.
A glass of juice is a great addition to breakfast: it's healtful, and it tastes good. But, what if you've already brushed your teeth?
I've heard a lot about how antioxidants can help prevent disease. Does that mean that I should eat as much antioxidant rich foods as possible?
Hhow and why is it that we have the capacity to help people not related to us, even when there's no apparent evolutionary benefit?
Sometimes, I hear about someone having surgery and the surgeon leaving something in their body. Or about a doctor performing surgery on the wrong arm or leg...
I'm writing during flu season, and it seems like this is one of the worst outbreaks in a while. Any idea what's causing it?
Did you know that low concentrations of drug residue survive sewage plants and end up in water downstream from wastewater facilities?