Get ready for the most random fact you’ll learn today: it turns out that milk from the Tasmanian devil, the same kind that tormented Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, could provide a useful weapon for treating antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Just a small amount of juice from damaged leaves in a bag of salad can massively stimulate the growth of Salmonella, a common food poisoning bacteria, according to a new study.
Despite what your grandmother told you about marijuana being a “gateway drug” that can lead to more harmful substances, a new study has found that medical cannabis may have quite the opposite effect.
Of the 200 types of mosquitoes found in the U.S., only Aedes aegypti, also known as the yellow fever mosquito, has been found to spread multiple viruses including Zika and dengue fever, possibly at the same time.
Ray Rennell knew he was having a heart attack. Awoken in the dead of a cold November night by searing chest pain, he was, in a word, terrified. Would he make it to the phone to call 911? Would he...