You might not believe it, but there was a time when urine, yes urine, was prized by chemists. Pee played a part in some of the most significant discoveries in science, and it helped shape the modern world.
Fecal transplants for treating gut diseases were the first reported therapies based on the idea that the human microbiome is inextricably linked to our health. Now, as researchers further flesh out this connection, dozens ...
Eureka! After about a century of research, Swiss scientists have finally cracked the mystery of the holes in Swiss cheese.
We rely on them every day to keep the stink away. But have you ever wondered how those deodorants and antiperspirants we roll, spray or rub under our arms work?
A shipwrecked trove of sugary, 19th century champagne is revealing new details about centuries-old ways of making wine, and fresh insights into the people who drank it, scientists said Monday.
For students, the start of the school year means new classes, new friends, homework and sports. It also brings the threat of head lice. The itch-inducing pests lead to missed school days and frustrated parents, who could ...
It's a condition that turns the lives of millions of Americans upside-down: addiction.
Ever wonder what that the words triple-washed or pre-washed on a bag of baby spinach mean?