A new research reveals that the frequency of mothers opting for Caesarean births could greatly impact human evolution, resulting to narrow pelvis and bigger babies.
A scientist wants to build a prosthetic that can function as an artificial hippocampus. It will act as a human memory enhancement in the form of a prosthetic, and he's already seeing it attached to humans.
Different kinds of lights installed in milk display cases, as well as the type of packaging used, could greatly influence the taste and nutritional content of milk.
It can be known as a universal desire for all kinds of civilizations to want to live better and longer lives. However, it may be interesting to take note that despite this premise, scientists still debate on the question of where should we draw the line between ethics and pushing biological limits through experimental science.
Ever wonder why our blood and other liquids in our body do not leak out and leave us all dried up? According to scientists, despite the fact our skin cells die, dry up, and fall off every minute of every day, it does not seem to create holes that would allow liquids inside the body to leak out.
Scientists have always wondered how aquatic plants reproduce. There are theories that these kinds of plant species behave differently from its terrestrial counterparts. However, scientists have discovered that aquatic plants get pollinated by sea creatures that function similar to bees.
Eating a handful of nut daily could reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases.
A genetic mutation could make patients formally treated for cancers to be more likely to develop an often-fatal form of leukemia years after being able to complete their cancer treatment.
A new study revealed that yoyo-dieting, or the repeated cycle of weight loss and gain, may only lead to more substantial weight gain when the diet stop.
A new study from China revealed that older adults suffering from cataracts are also more likely to develop symptoms of depression.
Researchers have identified a potential biological connection between gut microbiome and Parkinson's disease, suggesting that the incurable neurodegenerative disease may have originated in the gut and not only in the brain as had been previously thought.
A recent study suggests that we are able to "coax" living cells into carbon-silicon bonds. This is the first time that we have seen that we can actually incorporate silicon, one of the most abundant elements on Earth, into the building blocks of living organisms.
Memory researchers have finally discovered the answer to one of cognitions' most fundamental question: where does memory travel?
A new study revealed that the regulatory proteins that control the inflammatory immune signaling pathways in cells responsible lung-constricting asthma attacks can be turned off.