A spark in the gut? Scientists say that there are hundreds of bacteria in the stomach that have just been discovered as electrogenic in a different, simpler way than other types of bacteria that produce electricity.
New findings on the peripheral nervous system could revolutionize existing pain medication.
Prolonged time in space can literally change the brain.
A new study sheds light on the evolution of tooth enamel tissue. It turns out that the enamel protecting human teeth originated in the scales of ancient fish.
A recent Cornell University study examined where the worst, or more painful, place to get stung is. After enduring multiple stings throughout 25 different places on his body, graduate student Michael Smith discovered one's nose is the most sensitive.
By unlocking the secrets of a bizarre virus that can survive in near boiling acid, scientists at the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine hope they can use its indestructible ways to successfully use genetic therapy to treat human diseases.
Scientists have discovered antibiotic resistance genes in the bacterial flora of a remote South American tribe, which curiously had never before been exposed to antibiotic drugs, possibly shedding light on a phenomenon that has developed countries utterly surrounded.