Newly Identified Cell Prevents Fat From Forming
What if we could control fat cells and prevent them from forming?
We Figured Out How Water Gets to The Brain
The answer to mystery of the brain.
How to See Venus and Mars This Summer
The best astronomy events of the summer and how to watch them.
The Most Psychopathic States in the Nation
Individuals in some areas of the country display more psychopathic personality traits than their neighbors.
Sleep Patterns May Influence Depression Risk In Women
Sleep patterns may contribute to depression risk.
Scientists In China Create Functional HIV Cure
The antibody will be taken to human trials within three to five years.
Feminism Protects Women From Some Stereotypes
Feminists were much more likely to sacrifice the person if it was a man, compared with nonfeminists, the study said.
This May Explain How Alzheimer's Disease Spreads
Figuring out how Alzheimer's disease spreads is vital to figuring out how to stop it.
College Professor Teaches the Moon Landing Was Fake
College professor teaches the moon landing was a conspiracy and the Irish were the first slaves in America.
Cracking Inaudible Sounds Could Aid Tornado Warnings
This technology could hear tornado storms hours before they start and potentially save lives.
Blind Woman Can Only See Movement
After suffering a stroke, a woman was left blinded, only able to see movement.
Scientists Are Looking at LSD's Medical Potential
This finding further upholds the drug's potential use in treating a number of mental health conditions such as depression and addiction.
Man Develops Mouth Lesions From Frequent Oral Sex
The sores in the patient's mouth went away on their own over the course of a few weeks.
Recovered Tapes Solve A Moon Mystery
The big Moon mystery has now been solved. And yes, humans are to blame.
Link Between Political Know-It-Alls and Conspiracies
Results revealed that individuals who overestimated their knowledge of political policies were also more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
All the Major Food Recalls so Far in 2018
Food recalls occur where there is an unexpected organism or allergen found in a food product.
Secondhand Smoke Associated With Hearing Loss In Kids
The study studied data on 50,734 children who were born between 2004 and 2010.
Rock Evidence Upholds Snowball Earth Theory
These rock formations help to support the idea of a rapid Earth freeze over 700 million years ago.
Surgeon Who Filmed Operations On YouTube Suspended
The doctor insists that she has done nothing wrong.
Genetic Variant Evolved To Protect Against Malaria
This genetic variant may help explain different health disparities between those of African and European decent.
Skeleton of Man Nailed on Cross Found In Italy
This skeleton is one of only two skeletons ever found with evidence of having died in this gruesome manner.
Machine Mimics Trees in Sucking CO2 From Air
The machine may help mitigate some of the excess CO2 in the atmosphere.
Some Of The Most Active Volcanoes In The World
These are some of the most active volcanoes on the planet.
Experimental HIV Vaccine Shows Potential
The experimental vaccine caused the immune systems of test animals to elicit antibodies that could neutralize up to 31 percent.
A Rare Two-Headed Snake Was Found in Louisiana
"The best thing is just letting people look at them."
Did Human Brains Evolve From Neurons in Our Colon?
The "second brain" may actually have been the "first brain."
Climate Change May Force Africans to Leave Their Homes
Africa's total population is expected to double from 1.2 billion inhabitants in 2017 to 2.5 billion in 2050, with most of this increase occurring in Western, Central, and Eastern Africa.
Deaths From E. coli Lettuce Continue to Rise
The CDC announced four more E. coli deaths today.
Eating More Fish Could Improve Your Sex Life
It's still not clear why seafood has these pleasant benefits.
This Test Uses Blood to Find Cancer Before Any Symptoms
This liquid biopsy can detect cancer faster and earlier, giving patients the best chance of recovery.