Even if you don't have a personal garden to sprinkle compost in, there are other ways the soil additive can be helpful.
Some people believe certain health problems are the result of a diet that’s too acidic. The solution? Alkalizing foods to manage bodily pH. But that doesn’t quite add up.
Research on honey’s antibacterial qualities could push this ancient remedy from alternative medicine into the mainstream.
Black Birders Week helped show the world that Black scientists exist in the great outdoors. Now participants hope to keep the conversation going.
It’s likely that people will get sick from attending protests — but how that compares to people getting sick for other reasons might be the bigger question.
COVID-19 isn’t the first disease to upend daily life.
How clogged vessels harm your ticker — and the new ways researchers are coming to the rescue.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory recently raised the alert status of Makushin on the island of Unalaska. How does AVO know a volcano is restless when few are around to see it?
What did game night look like thousands of years ago? Before Monopoly and Candy Crush, ancient people were playing mehen and the Game of Twenty Squares.
Doctors remove an oozing mass inside a woman’s skull. Then, it comes back.
The Wild Sourdough Project aims to advance our understanding of yeast and microbes while helping home bakers create delicious bread.
The spread of dengue taps into a perfect storm of climate change and economic strife.
How your diet, microbes and more contribute to your gut’s health.
Computer-generated singing needs plenty of tweaking to make it sound acceptable. Now, Microsoft’s computer scientists are teaching an AI to sing like a person.
Scientists are using new tech to decode how our brains remember.
Scientists are trying to find ways to extend the human lifespan. Turns out our furry friends are the perfect test subjects.
Scientists find a way to use the sun’s energy to pull carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into fuel.
What science has to say about some of the gym's most persistent myths.