The myth of the eight-hour sleep revelas some of the mounting evidence that humans used to sleep in two 4-hour chunks.
Wrap your brain around this: in 1822, we ate the amount of added sugar in one 12 ounce can of soda every five days, while today we eat that much sugar every seven hours.
Whether it is a victory for crowd-sourcing, citizen scientists or gamers, it is a remarkable achievement.
Using a game called “Foldit,” which was released by the University of Washington, players have deciphered the crystal structure of a protein that causes Aids in rhesus monkeys. It had baffled scientists for 15 years, but took gamers 10 days to solve.
If you’re ever looking for a great charity to give time or money to, Operation Rainbow is a great option
The pathogenic Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia Coli (pSTEC) serotypes known collectively as the “Big Six” will soon be banned from U.S. meat, a top expert told a meat industry conference Thursday.
The Sunscreen Smokescreen is a fantastic infographic explaining sun protection.