Tech & Science
Your guests will be thankful for how delicious some science-based tips and tricks make your pie crusts.
A possible, unexpected benefit of vasectomies could make men think twice about overlooking this birth control procedure.
Good news just in time for a spice-filled holiday.
The twins will likely need to go back to the hospital eventually, but they’ll be home for the holidays.
A technique known as transcranial magnetic stimulation can not only change your mood, but also your tastes.
Nearly 20 percent of the people who were psychologically affected by their diagnosis had PTSD within six months.
Fish don’t live in this lake because the chemicals are too harsh. But these flies cover themselves with air bubbles to survive.
Talking to the dead may seem like a strange way to deal with your grief, but if approached the right way it can be beneficial.
The clouds triggered a four-year cold snap. Talk about “winter is coming.”
Gorm the Old gave the country of Denmark its name and now researchers can hold his skull in their hands.
What kind of stuffing you like depends on where you live.
What if humans could take over meteor showers and make them perfect Instagram fodder?
Custom-fit condoms are coming to a 3-D printer near you, thanks to the unscaled economy.
“This thing is very strange.”
Public interest groups say dismantling net neutrality could bring an end to a free and open internet.
Take a look at the Wall-E of Fukushima.
Dark surface features on Mars reinterpreted by scientists two years after NASA announcement.
Public schools purchase the animals for dissection.
The last major earthquake from this zone was in 1700.
Are the copper mines of Timna the key to proving the United Monarchy of David and Solomon really existed?
With 30 million more Americans now meeting the criteria for having high blood pressure, here are some helpful tips.
Psychologist explains how emotional language is key in finding a following.
About 60 tons of space dust hit Earth every day, and it could carry life away.
Yet another study in the controversial world of mammography screening.
This elite team rappels down cliffs, rescues animals stuck in trees and braves swift water to rescue animals.
White male privilege is still an attractive quality for many straight women and gay men.
Earthquakes are essentially impossible to predict, and that's still true no matter what the headlines say.
The recalls are not nationwide, but are limited to a dozen states.
Can the word “taboo” really apply to a sexual practice that Teen Vogue described in detail?
The spider can do nothing as it becomes home to the progeny of its own enemy.