Survey data suggests that our bodily perceptions of love extend far beyond the heart.
"Burke's the butcher, Hare's the thief, and Knox the man who buys the beef." Read the story of 19th-century Scotland's corpse dealers.
The young and healthy were not just as likely to die as the old and frail, according to a new analysis.
Since the 1980s, engineered monoclonal antibodies have been knocking out invading germs. Sperm may be next.
The flavor is "simultaneously fascinating and... abusive."
Every astrobiologist wants to find an alien. But the public should be skeptical when the "aliens" look like tiny humans.
France’s notorious disregard for washing gradually changed as military authorities and public schools promoted a modern regime of cleanliness.
Chronic pain is often driven by brain processes that can be reprogrammed.
Want to be more intelligent? Here’s why you should hit the gym, according to neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki.
If not treated, the disorder drastically increases one's risk of death.
“I think it has a real chance to reverse motor symptoms, essentially replacing a missing part.”
Scientists have three theories.
Exercise neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki explains how your brain can age gracefully and optimally — and it starts with just a 10-minute walk.
Sweet, bitter, salty, sour. These are the four basic tastes we were taught in grade school. But there is a fifth: umami. And it's everywhere.
Football is a risky sport, but bicycling to work is far more dangerous.
It happens to four in ten women.
The polymath used science to elevate his art.
AI is helping us replace petrochemicals with natural enzymes.
Listening to some songs can cause a powerful physiological response known as "frisson." What is it, and why does it happen?
Bad news: Sleeping in on the weekends probably won't cut it.
The best orgasms come when you learn how to unlock a sexual “flow state.” Emily Nagoski, a sex educator, shares a meditation to help you get started.
Don’t argue with science. Just do it.