Trials show new drug could kill parasite and prevent the spread of malaria, which kills over half a million a year, and would cost around $1 per treatment.
Findings suggest chimpanzees have the intellectual abilities required for cooking, which could have an impact on our view of human evolution.
Although it seems counter-intuitive, tests indicate that plucked follicles communicate, causing an immune response that leads to regrowth.
UCL scientists find that crossing the fingers can confuse the way the brain processes sensations - reducing pain in some cases
Children of mothers prescribed macrolide antibiotics may be more likely to be affected by the conditions.
Moving immediately into the shade does not stop sun damage as UV rays can continue damaging skin cells hours after exposure.
Study unravels physics of kernel water contained in the shell rapidly escapes as steam under heat, making the corn pop.
New compound, known as Ins-PBA-F, automatically activates when blood sugar levels soar, and remains in circulation for up to 24 hours.