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“A floral material might be communicated by a representation of a female figure, while a musk scent might be communicated by a representation of a male figure.”
Our towns, lives, infrastructure, and food systems are working against creating a healthy population—particularly if you live in poor, urban areas.
Intravenous oxygen injections can keep you alive if you've stopped breathing.
Second Life is the future. Second Life is also full of crazy people.
Just breathing is killing you.
Where's the outrage?
While they're not robots, the UCSD team has developed so-called "nanosponges," which are capable of flowing about a mouse's bloodstream and absorbing lethal toxins.
"I’m not one of these guys who goes out of his way to be politically incorrect."
Be happy that's the case, as we humans wouldn't be able to do what we do without them.
Not only that, teenage girls between the ages of 15-18 will have the option for free and anonymous birth control.
The latest count shows that nearly one in five American boys has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. Seems excessive, doesn't it?
In the future, heart attacks won't attack. They'll just intimidate.
Who wants to replace their wimpy old bones with a kick-ass, 3D-printed polymer?
There's not a single city in India with universal access to modern sewers.
People might not realize how much it is that they actually drink.
And what you think it isn't could make your shorts explode.
As the world's population grows, both the positive and the negative effects of poop on public health and the envrionment will only grow, so a burgeoning group of brave scientists are trying to figure out how to make the best of a crappy situation.
Now's our chance to sort out this whole quinoa thing, once and for all. Is quinoa a fun, ethical dish or a guilty, hateful pleasure grain of sin?
According to a new report from the federal Institute of Medicine, some of the 2.9 million veterans of the most recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have started to display CMI symptoms.
While we can look at a pizza and immediately know that we want that tasty treat, how does that memory form?
Where roads end, delivering medical assistance gets a whole lot harder.
A bug in your gut is making you produce more fat than you otherwise would, suggests new research.