It’s ingrained in our society that everyone needs to use deodorant and perfume as part of their daily hygiene. But is our frequent use of these products harming the environment and polluting the air we breath?
Should gene drives be used to wipe out malaria-carrying mosquitoes and other ecological problems? Given the research, it’s probably not a good idea.
Despite all the hype surrounding cancer research and the latest miracle drug, the reality is that we’re not winning the war against cancer. In fact, this illusion of success might make the situation even worse.
In today’s day and age, if you don’t suffer from anxiety or depression, you are unfortunately in the minority. Is there any way to stop this national health crisis?
Before you get too absorbed in a science article about a revolutionary new drug or treatment for some ailment, make sure that the study isn’t solely based on an experiment featuring lab mice—Just because something works in mice doesn’t mean it works in humans.
Chances are, you’ve probably heard a lot of conflicting information about coffee in the news. So is drinking coffee good for you or bad for you?
The latest gene-testing craze has gotten thousands of parents to DNA-test their children to see if they have any “hidden” talents. Needless to say, these people are setting themselves up for disappointment.