Don't judge a substance by its smell: hydrogen sulfide, a gas more associated with flatulence than healthcare, is the key ingredient of a new compound designed to treat issues relating to heart attack, stroke, and dementia.
Just like food trucks before them, American vending machines are in the midst of a re-evolution. New machines are becoming increasingly more upscale and feature nontraditional wares such as caviar, cupcakes, and burritos.
A recent study published in Psychology of Women Quarterly reveals that most women are disgusted by the thought of female body hair or the thought of themselves not shaving. The stigma of female body hair no doubt stems from societal pressure, but perhaps there's a scientific explanation as well.
In a new dance routine, Japanese dance troupe ElevenPlay explores the relationship between the body and technology by dancing with drones programmed by designer Daito Manabe.
Unfortunately it was just for today (May 4) but the slide drew large crowds to Bristol's Park Street during its Make Sunday Special program. Of nearly 100,000 applicants, only 360 got to ride the slide.
The dangers of darkness and vitamin D deficiency have been creeping into recent considerations about natural light. Eighty years ago, the conversation was far more alarmist and far more embracing of our nearest star.
"People as old as 90 who actively acquire new interests that involve learning retain their ability to learn. But if we stop taxing the nucleus basalis, it begins to dry up."
Many Americans seem to hold on to a romanticized portrait of Columbus even when they are exposed to his dark side.
Without the “fresh” message of salvation and God’s love front-and-center, Catholics worldwide will continue to leave the flock.
Online data fed directly into the brains of human beings via a "software/wetware" interface? We're closer than you think. But the impact on humanity may be devastating.
Fearing for his marriage, a dentist fired an employee he deemed "irresistible." The Iowa Supreme Court said that's perfectly fine.
It might look similar to a material, developed by an engineer at North Carolina State University, that received high praise from attendees at a recent conference.
A graduate student has designed a prototype that will capture and store an odor in a special trap, which would then be sent to a special developer lab to be made into customized vials of scent.
This week marks the launch of @SummerBreak, an eight-week series that can only be "watched" on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and similar sites. The goal: To reach Millennials on their own turf.
Two thousand Oklahoma City students were given free mobile phones that sent them encouraging texts each day. After nine months, they said they valued education more, but there was no corresponding increase in achievement.