Featured by Julissa Treviño
How are rainbows formed? With simple atmospheric science.
These optical illusions require a mix of the right weather, eye direction, and luck.
How are dinosaurs named?
New species get identified and named every year, even though you've probably never heard of them.
Online birth control is safe—and the only option for some women
Getting the pill from online sites could make the contraception method far more accessible.
Glowing skin might start in your genes
Your DNA likely plays a key role, but there are still things you can do for your skin.
When you should eat breakfast—and when you can probably skip it
Your first meal of the day isn’t as simple as you might think.
Wearables can track your UV exposure, but preventing skin cancer isn’t so simple
Scientists still haven't figured out what a safe level of sun exposure is.
Everything you ever wanted to know about vitamin D
Knowing your vitamin D levels might not be as important as you think.
Beauty vitamins promise shinier hair, stronger nails, and suppler skin, but do they work?
Cosmetic supplements have a lot of claims, but not enough science.