John and Paige Damiano are snow worshippers. Packed with elegant details and modern appliances, this tiny abode is as chic as it is affordable. Drawing from the laws of nature, an architect devises a to
Artist Trina Merry uses the human body as the canvas for all of her many incredibly creative projects. Most recently, having relocated to New York City from California, the artist ventured out into the
To ward off big memory problems in your 70s and beyond you may want to cork the bottle more often now. In a study of 6,500 people published this week, adults with a midlife history of drinking problems
When different species of worms mate, it doesn't end well. Every so often, animals looking for love will color outside the lines, taking a mate that doesn’t exactly share their own genetic code. Such pairings
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Across the world many leaders are speaking out about the challenges our global society faces as antibiotic resistance grows and our medical arsenal to defeat infection shrinks. In the last few months World
The lightning strikes that killed one person and injured at least seven others at Southern California's Venice Beach this week were freak events. But when it comes to extreme weather, there's something
This has happened with several crop-munching insect species around the world. Crop-munching caterpillars in Brazil are no longer put off by genetically modified plants designed to kill them, Reuters reports.
Recently, an article was published listing actions and behaviours “attractive girls do differently”. Differently from whom, you might ask. Well differently from … “regular girls”. Whatever that means.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, US, found that variations in a single gene can be used to predict if someone is likely to take their own life A blood test that can predict whether
What happens when a physicist decides to become a chef? If they're anything like Manuel Linares, then you can expect a fusion of food and science to come out of their kitchen. For instance, one of the
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A recent study suggests that most elementary age students are okay with eating the healthier school lunches required by the USDA. Students at Rose Hill Elementary School enjoy