Drinking alcohol can't help you forget a bad moment unless you are blackout.[1]

If you could fold a piece of paper 42 times, the thickness would be enough to reach the moon.[1]

The British scientist filled the leather notebooks in 1837 after returning from his voyage on the HMS Beagle.[1]

Infinitely recyclable and economically valuable, aluminum is the most sustainable beverage packaging material.[1]

The grizzly bears' strategy could help prevent muscle atrophy in humans as well.[1]

Fairchild was carrying two different sets of DNA, the defining characteristic of chimerism.[1]

Scientists have created a super-slippery coating that helps usher excrement on its way without leaving traces behind.[1]

The self control needed to suppress the urge to urinate can make you more convincing at telling lies.[1]

Trojan horse nanoparticles as a platform for the prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.[1]

Bystander effect, the inhibiting influence of the presence of others on a person's willingness to help someone in need.[1]

Being rich adds years to your lifespan, study says.[1]

The study also found that the farther west a person lives in their time zone, the higher their risk of a deadly crash that week.[1]

Italian psychologist Giovanni Caputo created a study to induce a drug-free altered state of consciousness by sitting and stare into someone else's eyes for 10 minutes straight.[1]

Researchers found that living in Antarctica for months on end caused brain shrinkage, especially in the hippocampus.[1]

The World Mosquito Program is a not-for-profit initiative that exists to protect the global community from mosquito-borne diseases.[1]

A new study has shown that dogs can use their highly evolved sense of smell to pick out blood samples from people with cancer with almost 97 percent accuracy.[1]

Researchers have found the Fritillaria delavayi plant, which has been used for 2,000 years in Chinese traditional medicine, has evolved camouflage in heavily harvested areas.[1]

The invention of Silly String was a complete accident that nearly didn't happen.[1]

Scientists re-create voice of 3000-year-old mummy. [1]

Percy Spencer was working on radar technology at Raytheon when a chocolate bar melted in his pocket. That gave him an idea for an invention.[1]