Participants in a new study could correctly match a person to their heartbeat just by watching a video of their face, raising questions about how we sense what others are feeling.
The faux-fish swam for 108 days and could pave the way toward a working artificial heart for transplants.
The experiment revealed that blue whales have a much more extreme range of heart rates than predicted.
Jamaluddin went to the doctor complaining of stomach pain, only to find out that his heart was placed on the right side of his body, while his gall bladder and liver were on the left.
There’s almost no proof that going gluten-free will do the average person any favors.
The longrunning Canadian indie rockers are about to hit the 20-year mark as a band. Co-founder Campbell takes an honest look back at the eight albums they've made in that time.
While common, the combination of the two drugs can be toxic and highly dangerous.
Magnesium has been touted as a treatment for everything from insomnia and depression to high blood pressure and glucose levels, but does it really work as advertised?
While some people can lower their cholesterol on red yeast rice, for others, their cholesterol actually goes up a bit.
I trained in a high-tech “sweat lab” with elite athletes to find out.