Baby mice can regenerate damaged hair cells — and now that we know how they do it, maybe we can, too.
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The curlier the hair, the cooler you are.
The attitude we take to Will Smith's slap will mirror our attitudes to violence, masculinity, and protecting others more generally.
While Y chromosome loss was first observed in 1963, it was not until 2014 that researchers found the link to a shorter life span.
The most feared sexually transmitted disease (STD) of the last half-millennium was usually named after foreigners, often the French.
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A series of recent studies found that people with healthy levels of vitamin D were less likely to contract COVID-19 and suffer severe complications from it.
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What if you could just grow your own blood?
The mad dog’s bite caused a hideous metamorphosis, which transformed its human victim into a nefarious monster.
A group of at least 20 kids in Spain gets a rare illness with historical roots.
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Rare and costly paints have shaped art history in unforeseen ways. Mummy brown caused one artist to bury his paint.
Bloodcurdling war cries, shrieking elephants, and whistling arrows all made soldiers flee in terror.
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Learning another language might make you richer, sexier, and smarter. Why not try it?
It turns out the human scalp has an olfactory receptor that seems to play a crucial role in regulating hair follicle growth and death.
Although many dinosaurs never left the ground, they still possessed the basic structural framework for flight.
Surrounding Earth is a powerful magnetic field created by swirling liquid iron in the planet’s core. Earth’s magnetic field may be nearly as old as the Earth itself – and […]
Humans are particularly prone to shiver when a group does or thinks the same thing at the same time.
What are the chances that an online connection will lead to true love?
Future evolution: from looks to brains and personality, how will humans change in the next 10,000 years?
Discussions of human evolution are usually backward looking, as if the greatest triumphs and challenges were in the distant past.
Awe-inspiring moments can be found in our daily lives, and they have surprising benefits for our health and sense of well-being.
How would the ability to genetically customize children change society? Sci-fi author Eugene Clark explores the future on our horizon in Volume I of the "Genetic Pressure" series.
Scientists may have seen a way to cure a maddening symptom of hearing loss.