It may burn, but it's not your heart. Learn the truth behind heartburn on this Moment of Science.
Ever feel like everyone on the planet is irrational? That may be only a slight exaggeration. Hundreds of studies have demonstrated that even well-educated people often fail to follow standards of reasoning. One example is the sure-thing principle. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
If you’re not already convinced that regular exercise is important to stay healthy, now there is yet another reason to break a sweat, especially if you’re a woman: breast cancer. `Several studies have linked exercise to lowering the risk of developing breast cancer. Considering that breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, these findings are nothing to shrug about. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Does having a baby reduce the chances of breast cancer? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Learn how snoring disorders can effect cognition in your children on this Moment of Science.
So instead of saying that exercising decreases your risk for certain health problems, it’s more correct to say that not exercising increases your risk for those problems.
Because these growths are pieces of uterine lining, they do what uterine lining normally does every month, the tissue grows and tries to be shed.
While flu symptoms can include headaches, stomach cramps, and diarrhea, more often than not, flu symptoms tend to be muscle aches and sinus problems.
But did you know that it causes cancer in cats? If you smoke and have a cat, then your cat smokes second-hand.
A cricket’s chirping might just attract more than a mate, as we discuss in this Moment of Science. In the cricket world, the quality of one’s voice isn’t as important as you might think. You see, the key to catching a female cricket’s interest is a long music recital. The male who sings the longest [...]