Keeping our muscles strong becomes harder as we age. This is because as we grow older, we lose strength and muscle mass. Now, scientists are taking a closer look at how to keep our muscles as strong as they were when they were young.
You've probably seen it on crime shows. Forensic scientists oftentimes collect evidence from both blood and teeth to help them identify a dead body--particularly in determining the the person's age.
Certain genetic components may ultimately influence our weight. Yes. That's true. However, we shouldn't let a preference toward a "pear shape," let's say, or heavier family members determine how much we're going to eat in the future.
The moon isn't the only thing that can eclipse the sun. In this case, the International Space Station (ISS) had its turn. NASA has released a new composite image that shows the ISS passing in front of our nearest star.
China is known for its smoggy, black skies that can cause health hazards to the public. But for a few days before Beijing's military parade, the city experienced perfect, azure skies.
It turns out that volunteers may be good as professionals when it comes to hunting down black holes.
New findings published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine reveal that a highly effective drug that helps smokers quit doesn't increase their risk of heart attack or depression, as was once thought.
New findings published in the journal Cell Death Discovery suggest, for the first time, that the use of local anesthetics may affect tooth cell growth as well as the development of children's teeth.
A team of researchers at King's College London have discovered a ‘gene signature' that could be used to predict the onset of certain diseases, including Alzheimer's. The findings are published in the journal Genome Biology.
Of course learning isn't all fun and games, but there can be a bit of humor in it.
Archaeologists have discovered that there's more to Stonehenge than meets the eye. They've found the remains of a massive stone monument buried just two miles from Stonehenge.
For some overweight adults, new research suggests that vitamin C supplements seem to replace exercise. The findings will be presented at the 14th International Conference on Endothelin: Physiology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics.