We discuss some of the slimes that are naturally made by animals.
If your kid's got a cold, it's best to just let the runny nose run its course.
Ever wonder why sore throats hurt so badly? And why do they occur in the first place?
Saliva doesn't just help with digestion; it also aids your body's fight against disease and infection.
Do you know the correct nose-blowing technique? Is there a correct way, and what is the difference? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Do you experience chronic sinusitis? Treatment may be coming your way! Learn more 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.
If you think dating is tough, just be glad you aren’t a garden snail. When you live life at a snail’s pace, you’d better be able to mate with the next snail you meet without worrying if it’s male or female. That’s why garden snails are hermaphrodites and can take on both the male and female roles in reproduction.
When our brain tells us its time to eat, a reflex kicks in that makes the stomach walls contract. The contractions cause the digested food in the intestine to move down towards the rectum.