The story of how the first vertebrates came to walk on land hundreds of millions of years ago and filled the Earth with its many descendants.
When it comes to raising kids, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach.
Can plant power can help you cross the finish line?
Mixed up work schedule, missing out on workouts and feeling like it’s all running together? Yeah, you’re not alone.
Even though 78 percent of U.S. adults don’t drink enough of it, we know that drinking plenty of water brings with it all sorts of benefits to both physical and mental health. But could staying hydrated also be a simple way to lose weight?
Jammed schedules have propelled busy workers to stay up and reclaim their free time, a habit that is particularly tempting during the current pandemic.
Cancer may never have a singular cure — but that doesn’t mean experts aren’t optimistic about what’s in store for future patients.
Fertility does decline with age, but it’s not all bad news.
Is “sense of direction” really a thing? Or is something much more mysterious at work in our minds?
Planting new corals can’t stop climate change, but it can give marine ecosystems a fighting chance. Volunteers have largely led the ambitious effort.
Several new strains of the coronavirus have been identified — and they’re more contagious. Here’s what’s known about how they spread, how well the vaccines work against them, and the symptoms these variants cause.
Low vitamin D intake is still a public health concern. Despite adding it to certain foods in the U.S. and Canada, getting enough of the sunshine vitamin is still a challenge for many people. Some experts say more must be done.
Cryolipolysis is an up-and-coming method for removing pesky flab, no scalpel necessary.
A starry sense of wonder can pry apart the fears and doubts that turn so many people away from science.