Coconut oil’s popularity has increased over the years because of its many health benefits.
With swirling dust storms, barely any rain, and daytime temperatures reaching up to 104-degrees Fahrenheit, the Sahara desert is one of the world’s least hospitable environments.
Phosphorus, which is vital to life but somewhat rare, condensed inside asteroids in the outer Solar System before moving back towards the Sun, where some of it ended up on Earth, according to new research.
Gilbert Levin served as the lead investigator of the Labeled Release life detection experiment that was carried out on the two Viking Landers that NASA sent to Mars in 1976.
Small bacterial infections that may go unnoticed and which the body easily clears without treatment, such as occurs during mild food poisoning, nevertheless can start a chain of events that leads to chronic inflammation and potentially life-threatening colitis.
NIH-funded study suggests immune cells rush through channels to get to injured tissue quickly
There's a monster out there. It's far away, buried deep in the past. But scientists can see it. And thanks to a new international imaging project, they've begun to understand it, too.
For the first time in decades, researchers have identified a new anatomical structure within the immune system – and they say it’s an important step towards understanding how to make better vaccines.
There are times throughout human history that a particular hypothesis or another is dogmatically accepted as truth.
You know me: “invective” is my middle name! But nothing gets me madder than hokum science. Probably because science is really a sacred doctrine and truth is beyond all measures of human worth.