Over the years, myths and misinformation have gained big popularity, particularly by being promoted as "healthy" habits, but were never actually backed up by science. At best, these habits are just waste of time and money. At worst, they could actually harm your body.
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Ten-month-old babies are able to determine the value of a goal by observing how hard someone is working on achieving it.
An implant that is able to zap the brain with electricity has proven to improve people’s scores on memory tests. It may be used in helping with dementia, or even boost the memory.
Can contemporary science solve Darwin’s puzzle of kindness and explain is it worth being kind?
It is established practice that the sex of a blood donor is considered irrelevant when transfusing blood, but a recent study is throwing new concerns, which suggest that blood transfusions delivered form previously pregnant women to men, increase their risk of dying in the years after the transfusion.
A hallucinogenic component, found in magic mushrooms, known as Psilocybin may help in restoring the activity of the brain that is involved in depression.
If you expect to impress your mate on the dance floor using your moves, then you may want to read about the scientifically determined most attractive female dance moves.
Sometimes white eyeballs just aren’t enough. Trends have gone so far that it is now possible to dye the eyeballs in your favorite color. A fast internet scan will throw out of a lot of photos (real and fake) of people with black, blue or multicolored eyeballs. But just because some of them remained undamaged does not mean that this venture is safe. Sorry for that mental images in advance.
According to a study that was examining the genomes of thousands of children and parents from Iceland concluded that older fathers pass on more genetic mutations to their kids compared to older mothers. The experts leading the research believe to understand how such mutations put children at risk of rare diseases.
Should you and how much teeth you should show when smiling? How wide should the smile be, and what if your teeth are distorted? Researchers from the University of Minnesota succeed in isolating the traits of the perfect grin, by using a variety of computer-animated faces.
What are the chances that Adam is not our collective ancestor? Here is what genomic information scientifically present.
Have you noticed that seeing something cute brings out aggression in the way we behave?
The advertisements that we see and the products we buy help us determine what we view as normal. But in some cases personal care products that are being presented to us can even be poisonous, especially for women of color.
Is a DNA-based sunscreen that not only stops the influence from the harmful UV rays, but also becomes more protective the longer you are exposed to the sun too much to imagine?
Bartenders are obviously right when it comes to adding a touch of dilution when serving a whiskey. Adding water to your whiskey can make it more flavorful, especially if it is about Scotch.