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Shivering does burn fat, but it probably won't lead to sustained weight loss.
Essential oils smell great. But are they really safe remedies for anxiety, stress, pain and other health problems?
A study finds the scent of a romantic partner can actually help reduce stress and improve sleep.
Unlocking the blueprint to human life was a big step for biology. But most diseases are too complex to pin to a single gene.
Microbes in and on your gut, mouth and skin change predictably as you age. Especially your skin.
A new robotic device fights surgeons’ hand tremors in precision-demanding procedure.
A healthy 59-year-old hops on a plane after a colonoscopy and falls ill. Did she pick up a nasty bug, or is it something else?
Just because food in your refrigerator or pantry has passed its sell by date, that doesn't mean it's unsafe to eat.
In South America, countries struggle to protect traditional uses of coca while decreasing its currency in the cocaine trade.
Slightly stoned mice show marijuana may fight age-related memory loss.
What marijuana research in humans tells us so far about the drug’s benefits and drawbacks.
The data might lead to better ways to track our health over time.
The exaggerated speaking style, not baby talk, can help your child learn to speak.
What science says about how much, if any, alcohol is OK for your health.
Thanks to an international collaboration, researchers have a database of DNA from thousands of tumors to draw from.
Vaccines developed, but never used, against SARS could offer hope in the search for treatments for the new coronavirus.
A deadly new virus has spread from China around the world, raising fears of a global epidemic.
Despite some claims, lab-grown brains don't properly mimic the function of real human brains.
Sponsored by Enigmaa
A unique rat who functioned extremely well despite having a highly abnormal brain
The new test, based on a hormone, is more accurate than previous methods of predicting when periods will stop.
Snakes – the Chinese krait and the Chinese cobra – may be involved in the newly discovered coronavirus that has triggered an outbreak of a deadly infectious respiratory illness in China this winter.
Researchers say a skin cream for warts and skin cancer could also prevent infection from certain viruses.
It comes down to the sympathetic nervous system and a common hormone.
Researchers arm mice with "bioscavengers" that seek and destroy nerve agents, granting immunity.