The famous Mexican painter studied medicine in her youth and used that knowledge to paint the different factors that might have affected her ability to procreate.
Small-eye pigmy sharks’ bellies shine to disguise them from predators.
Functional MRI scans can reliably judge a person’s most basic appetites.
Plants can emit and react to sounds.
Women are genetically designed to be picky — particularly with their men.
Sleeping after processing new material helps retain information.
The over-the-counter solution that might help put an end to altitude sickness.
You could change your DNA through exercise and coffee consumption.
After six years of research and preparation, James Cameron and his crew are ready to take a plunge into the Earth’s final frontier.
Depression may have been a genetic evolutionary advantage.