Researchers have found that there are people who can recall their lives down to the last detail, and there are people who sit on the opposite side of that spectrum.
In the age of genetic testing, the contents of a small white envelope can tell you your future.
Is the object a particle? A wave? Particle. No, wave. No, particle. Well, which is it? A new experiment from the Australian National University tries to answer the question.
In a report given to ABC News, TSA screeners failed to detect 67 out of 70 tests at dozens of airports throughout the country.
Scientists are creating shock- and stress-proof, foam-like elastic batteries from wood.
Too much caffeine caused one women to exhibit manic symptoms — restlessness, rapid speech, and paranoia, all from overconsuming coffee.
The Concordia Research Station, located in middle-of-nowhere, Antarctica, offers ideal conditions for testing human psychological and physiological reactions to extreme situations.
A year after a near-fatal car accident, the comedian has rebounded from a traumatic brain injury.
You are better off telling your child or spouse what they can eat rather than what they can’t. A new Cornell discovery shows that “Don’t” messages don’t work for most of us.