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‘Hormone diets’ might work—but not for the reason you think
It's about more than just nutritional advice.
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When to eat, and when not to eat, that is the question.
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Mass extinctions made life on Earth more diverse—and might again
Given another huge extinction event on the horizon, it's crucial that we figure out how they work sooner rather than later.
Scientists are investigating the secrets of smelly cat butts
Anal sacs can tell you a lot about an animal.
New graphic FDA warnings aim to scare smokers with the consequences of their habit
Evidence suggests that tactic works, however most cigarette companies don't want you to think that.
Ebola hasn’t been cured yet, but two experimental drugs are showing significant progress
“It’s premature to say that this is a curative treatment. We should be optimistic, but not overstate.”
Some viruses can actually protect our health
We may even rely on certain types of viruses to ward off infections.