The science of the "vampire facial"
It's a phobia, but other phobias don't give you that same woozy feeling.
If it does, it's all in your head.
A tragic blaze in an Oregon hospital erupted from hand sanitizer earlier this month. Should you be worried?
Yes, but it takes a long, long time.
And what, if anything, could’ve prevented it?
Got a twitch in your eyelid, arm, or leg? Wondering where the hell it comes from and how to get rid of it? Answers within.
There's no scientific evidence to support the conventional wisdom that women wounded in combat would destroy male soldiers' morale and performance.
The key is in surface moisture.
The most dangerous pollutant might not even be known yet.
An illustrated explanation of why the world's most obnoxious virus at least doesn't stick around all year.
A deadly outbreak of cholera followed the 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti three years ago this week. Jonathan Katz
, the only American fulltime staff reporter stationed in Haiti at the time, explains what caused the outbreak--and why it was anything but inevitable.
In part, we’re really just going back to our caveman roots.
And if we combined the two, what extraordinary intelligence would they be capable of?
One intrepid Popular Science editor eschews antiperspirant for a week to see if Deo candy really works.