The bacterial strain can produce more of the psychoactive compound in "magic mushrooms" than any other organism to date.
Put them together with "brain-eating" amoeba and it's shaping up to be a summer from hell.
It is possible you are holding your phone, right now, in your hand, and it is just simply covered in bacteria.
Scientists developed a seven-point scale called the Bristol Stool Chart.
The final word on whether dragging in all that bacteria on your shoes will actually make you sick.
A new study found that they're actually blowing bacteria onto your hands. Gross!
Apparently, this is what's growing in your office's bathroom dryers.
Smarter ways of treating it could also be on the way.
Now in 50 countries. We repeat: UNTREATABLE.
Chef Stevie Parle of modern British restaurant, Craft London, has revived a 3,000-year-old recipe for garum—the aged fish guts ketchup first made by Romans.
Ancient texts may be more valuable to researchers than we thought.
Sandor Katz, a fermentation expert whose obsession with funky foods has earned him the nickname “Sandorkraut,” stopped by the MUNCHIES Garden to make sauerkraut and talk about what literally gets his juices flowing.