It's not just in your head (but it is, sort of). If you ever had sex in a hotel room and thought, "Well, that was better than it usually is," you're not the only one. Turns out there are chemical responses
You never thought hosting Thanksgiving dinner would be easy. But how are you supposed to referee the drama and refill the wine glasses when you've got turkey timers to check? This year, go easy on yourself
Did yours make the list? If you're still undecided as to what your alter ego will be this weekend, then you're probably feeling the pressure to find the perfect costume with little to no time to spare.
The first of what may be many virus-based treatments Yesterday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it had approved the drug Imlygic to treat late-stage melanoma on the skin and lymph
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home The strange, duck-shaped comet that ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft has been orbiting for more than a year just got a bit stranger: Like plants on Earth, the comet is blowing
Although women have been getting mammograms for decades, the incidence of metastatic breast cancer — the kind that has already spread to another organ by the time it is found — has remained essentially