Now you can get a flu vaccine without getting a shot. Instead, you can get the flu mist. Like nasal spray, but you get weakened flu viruses up your nose.
Does what our medicine look like affect how well we think it works? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Pour a little hydrogen peroxide on a cut or scrape and an instant foam of tiny bubbles appears. But where do the bubbles come from, and do they really help?
Have you ever wondered why doctors wear white lab coats? The answer is that doctors began wearing those long, white coats in the mid-1800s for a few reasons.
Did you know that grapefruit juice can be dangerous if you're taking certain kinds of medication?
There may be as many as one million to 1.5 million species of fungi, but that we've identified and named only about ten-percent of them.
There's a good chance that hair patterns are determined by our genes.
There aren't too many of us who think leeches are cool--but they are still used in medicine, and now there is even a mechanical leech.
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Is a fever always bad? Find out on this Moment of Science.