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It can be a freeing feeling to shuck off your shoes and walk outside barefoot...until you get a splinter.
Blood sugar, or glucose, is the main source of fuel for our body - keeping it in check is essential to our health.
Knowing why poop is brown, and what it means when it's not, is an important step in staying healthy.
Although bigger animals usually have bigger brains, this isn't a perfect measure of their intelligence.
Rainwater can contain a number of hidden contaminants including bacteria, viruses and dust. New evidence also shows it can contain PFAS, a group of human-made chemicals that are extremely toxic.
Which of the 12 months has the most births? And why do babies tend to be born at certain times of the year?
What is the smallest bone in the human body? What is the largest bone in the human body? Live Science has the answers.
Habitual coffee consumption may lower your risk of heart disease and death in a given time period, but the jury is still out on whether it promotes longevity.
Panthalassa, a single world ocean surrounding the supercontinent Pangaea, would have stretched at least 1,800 miles (3,000 kilometers) wider than the Pacific.
Nazi soldiers looted numerous valuable items and tons of gold, but the chances of locating buried treasure are tiny.
Blood is always red, and veins look blue or green because the skin filters light wavelengths differently.
Here's a look at whether Earth is getting closer to or farther from the sun, why that's happening and what effects it might have on our planet.