Anxiety can cause sweaty palms and armpits -- but why? And how can you combat it? Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff.
Over the years, the U.S. government has funded several programs that investigate alleged UFO sightings.
To draw attention to the average citizen's carbon footprint, a team of researchers calculated the eco-rating of a number of superheroes.
If you've ever noticed that airplane food is a little lackluster, the recipe isn't necessarily to blame.
Several organizations now offer insurance policies to gun owners who may fire in self-defense, to help with legal decisions and fees.
Home burials are largely a thing of the past, but they're perfectly legal in most states -- once you check a few boxes. Learn how home burials work in this episode of BrainStuff.
Bats use sonar to find food in the dark -- but they've got a lot of competition from other bats. Learn about echolocation and how bats go on the offensive in this episode of BrainStuff.
Although it's an integral part of many people's lives today, the smartphone is bound to be replaced by the next big thing.
A widescale genetic survey has shown that despite common misconceptions, race really is only skin deep. Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff.
Ice cores from glaciers are like fossils of ancient Earth's weather patterns. Learn how a sample may hold an important history lesson.
A new study indicates that some teens bully themselves online, posting hateful messages from fake or anonymous accounts.
Researchers have found Antarctic microbes that appear to get all the nutrients they need from thin air.
The War on Drugs being waged against opioids is very different than the one that was fought against crack.
Most of us break our New Years resolutions — and researchers have found a few reasons why.
Although it doesn’t fall into our traditional definition of a monopoly, some researchers argue that Amazon’s scope calls for a new definition.
An Earth-sized planet only 11 light years away might have the right conditions to sustain life as we know it.
A new find of very old artwork depicts dogs wearing leashes. Learn more about our history with man’s best friend in this episode of BrainStuff.
Online shipping is highly convenient, and it’s changing the way we use cardboard — but not necessarily for the worse.
What was the Christmas Truce? Tune in to learn the story behind this small miracle from the Great War.
A huge cache of ancient pterosaur eggs has been unearthed in China.