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There were many other species of human on the planet. Svante Pääbo discovered one of them.
People living in non-industrialized societies don't get pimples.
Most electric car charging is done at night. A grid powered mostly by renewable energy might not be able to meet demand, but there is a solution.
The aging brain is networked differently.
"We are what our bodies do with what we eat."
Certain cancers are striking earlier than they used to.
"Our risk-benefit analysis showed that benefits exceeded procedural risks... by up to 200 to 1."
Only have sex with a person you love — a novel concept!
Living at a higher elevation is a double-edged sword.
Athletes often use creatine to boost performance and aid muscle recovery. Accumulating evidence suggests it could also help with depression.
Imagine Flipper trained in the art of espionage.
If your computer crashes, it might be due to a star that exploded somewhere in the Universe millions of years ago.
We're overthinking being nice.
Scientists turn to nature to improve a ubiquitous building material.
We've been somewhat lucky in the past...
The "Mind After Midnight" hypothesis aims to explain why night owls tend to suffer more negative health outcomes.
Not too hot, not too cold...
"This fourth wave will be worse than it’s ever been before."
It might be good for your memory.
Some ozone experts seriously doubt the findings.
One might think that people who started poor and became rich might be more sensitive to the plights of the poor. Not so, suggests a new study.
More than 90% of human faces are home to mites that live in our skin pores. These friendly guests might be merging with us.
A study finds that older adults who cannot balance on one foot for ten seconds have an 84% higher risk of death than those who can.
Deaths of despair are skyrocketing in the U.S., while at the same time, they are falling in other wealthy countries. What are we doing wrong?