Computer simulations suggest the evolution of caregiving among our prehistoric ancestors helped shape our complex human societies. Get the full story What Didn’t Kill Us Made Us Stronger
One environmental chemist's discovery of the source of airborne pollutants that were contaminating humans led to national policy changes. Get the full story Plucking Solutions Out of Thin Air
Daily aspirin is a low-cost strategy to help those at risk of heart attack and stroke. It may also help protect women at high risk of HIV. Get the full story It Stops Headaches, But How About HIV?
Drawing pictures isn't just good for art's sake; a new study suggests doodling can enhance memory functions, especially in older adults. Get the full story Give Your Memory More to Draw Upon
The discovery of an "orphan afterglow" created by the death of a massive star has astronomers excited for new clues in the night sky. Get the full story Basking in the Afterglow of a Cosmic Explosion
A diagnostic system that rapidly and effectively detects infectious disease may be a boon for hard-hit areas without access to lab testing. Get the full story An ‘Amazing Opportunity’ on the Medical Frontline
Researchers have grown networks of blood vessels in a petri dish; It could lead to treatments for ailments from diabetes to Alzheimer's. Get the full story Working To Get New Treatments Into Circulation
Many people have trouble getting the deep, restful sleep their bodies need. A new study shows that exposure to oxygen can help. Get the full story Using O2 to Help Get Some ZZZ’s
Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities are more likely to have babies in quick succession, which poses risks. But why? Get the full story Who’s at Higher Risk of Rapid Repeat Pregnancies?
Understanding how icicle bumps and sand ripples form is the first step towards the creation of self-assembling technologies. Get the full story What Can Nature Teach Us About Patterns?