Here’s How To Prevent Jet Lag, According To Science
It sounds a little intense, but if it cures jet lag, it just might be worth it.
He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal
He's the oldest preserved human ever found, and now scientists have extracted the food from his stomach.
Doctors Fight A Lot During Surgeries And It’s Often Rooted In Gender, New Study Finds
Conflict inside operating rooms isn't reserved for TV dramas.
Orangutans Are Critically Endangered – And People Won’t Stop Hunting Them
Hundreds are killed each year for their meat alone, and recent reports show that the species will go extinct if current population trends don't change.
Rivers Cover Way More Of The Earth Than We Realized — Which Is Bad News For Climate Change
"As we try to mitigate the effects of climate change, it's really important that we clearly understand where the carbon that we are emitting goes."
Scientists Reveal The Organ That Can Predict Your Lifespan – And It’s Not The Heart
Turns out the cell size of one oft-forgotten organ is what correlates with how long humans and other animals live.
Scientists Build Flexible Origami Robot That Can Move On Its Own [VIDEO]
Unlike conventional robots, soft robots like this one mimic the way living organisms move and adapt to their surroundings.
Scientists Discover Possible Key To Reducing Fear From Traumatic Memories
About 30 percent of people suffer from stress or fear-related disorders. These results could bring them great relief.
“The Largest Chunk Of Him Was His Butt Cheek”: A CSI Tech Reveals What The Job Is Really Like
In a world full of true crime dramas, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction.
It’s The Leading Cause Of Death In Kids Under Five – And These Doctors May Have A Way To Stop It
More than one in 10 young children suffer from this condition, which kills 1 million of them each year.
Europe’s Mortality Rates Declined While America’s Increased After The Financial Crisis
"More generous social security systems and more accessible health care systems have protected low educated people in Europe more effectively from the effects of the crisis."