Touching rats' genitals made them grow into sexually mature adults sooner.
University of Manchester develop a gadget that uses laser to detect counterfeit spirits.
A fast-growing outbreak of Buruli ulcer in Australia has left the health department puzzled and deeply concerned.
Should we be getting less sleep, not more, to improve mental health?
It was the weed - not the sex - that led to the recurring orgasms.
Lawyers are increasingly arguing that 'violent' genes mean people aren't always responsible for their actions.
Studying the listening abilities of birds such as the barn owl could lead to new treatments for those with hearing loss.
It's National Eczema Awareness Week 2017.
The technique could also help create plants which are more resistant to pests or extreme weather.
Male Tasmanian-born prisoners, arrested in the second half of the nineteenth century, were over four centimetres taller, on average, than transported convicts.
Third-hand smoke is that stale smoky smell after someone has smoked in a house or car.
In 2015 German carmaker admitted to cheating on vehicle emissions tests.
Using combination of therapies could help people 'unlearn' fears and phobias.
The research lasted 45 years and studied over 5,000 gifted children.