Biotin supplements are hot right now, based on claims of stronger hair and nails. But they might also interfere with medical test results. Get the full story Does Your Doctor Know You’re Taking That?
After the Event Horizon Telescope's landmark image, we invited readers to submit questions about black holes. Here are the answers! Get the full story Black Hole Fun, Won’t You Come?
Over the course of her career, this medical oncologist has driven an incredible transformation in outcomes for lung cancer patients. Get the full story Lung Cancer Treatment: From Nihilism to Enthusiasm
His work in organic chemistry has all sorts of ingredients, and his personal life does too: snowshoeing, travel and, of course, food. Get the full story Always Seeking the Perfect Recipe
For sperm, success isn't just about speed, it's also about agility. This knowledge led to a new device that could help men with infertility. Get the full story Fertilization is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
The science is in: Despite their popularity, probiotics don't do anything to help children with gastroenteritis (a.k.a. "stomach flu"). Get the full story How Not to Help Kids With the ‘Stomach Flu’
The Global Burden of Disease metric is helping governments around the world measure and improve human health. Get the full story ‘Go With the Science’ for Healthier Countries
"Walk and think, read and dream, write and create, listen and feel, travel and explore the world" - one professor's words to live by Get the full story Chase the Passion, Not the Popular
Physicists have used a novel approach to discover how certain bacteria fight off antibiotics, a key finding in the fight to keep people safe. Get the full story Punching Holes Through Drug-Resistant Bacteria
This Friday, April 5, you're invited to an "innovative, interactive and entertaining" learning event hosted by Toronto's four universities. Get the full story A Unique Chance to CRAM In Some Knowledge