The stethoscope is a staple in any child’s dress-up box and the one piece of equipment that says, “trust me, I’m a doctor” more than any other. But all this could be changing with the introduction of an iPhone app.
Bacteria growth amid the extreme conditions in northern Argentina’s Lake Diamante bodes well for the possibility of life on Mars, according to a new report.
NewsFeed prides ourselves on being well-liked around the TIME offices for our bright smiles, hilarious jokes and — wait, what?
The malfunctioning of brain protein adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) plays an important role in autism and retardation, scientists say.
Remember reading about those government estimates saying most of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon spill has just sort of vanished? That’s probably wrong.
Leave it to Scotland to discover that whisky lowers not only inhibitions but also carbon emissions.
Using an unorthodox experiment, a researcher thinks he has discovered why time seems to drag in moments where the body thinks it is experiencing extreme danger.
Got a few green splotches on an otherwise-fine loaf of bread? No worries — just cut them off and you’re good to go, right? Wrong! According to science, that practice is not exactly a healthy one.
Astronomy enthusiasts rejoice — one of the best shows of the year starts this evening.
1, 2, 3 and to the 4, Mercury and Mars and Dr. Dre are at the door.
“I believe that the long-term future of the human race must be in space.”
— STEPHEN HAWKING, arguing that it is nearly impossible for Earth to avoid disaster within the next few hundred years, and therefore the human race …
With all of the adverse effects technology has yielded, it’s easy to sometimes overlook the exceptional. In today’s case, that exceptional advancement comes in the form of prosthetic limbs, wait for it, controlled by its …