Any physical exercise will improve thinking, as long as you do it somewhat consistently and stick with it long enough, according to an analysis of 98 previous studies.
Why are infections from the viruses that cause West Nile fever, dengue and even Zika deadly for some people but mild in others?
There may come a day when humans take on the form of cyborgs with integrated, robotic parts to enhance our abilities. But long before that, look for "biohybrid" robots...
WASHINGTON — Humans and many other animals express a range of social behaviors, from cooperation to aggression.
Want to follow conversations better in a noisy restaurant or bar? There soon may be an app for that.
Have you ever struggled to open a stubborn package? If so, that may be a good thing…if your baby is watching.
The gut microbiome of the hunter-gatherer Hadza people is very different from that of Americans, varying with diet and season, and that's likely good for the Hadza ... and bad for Americans.
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