Rats who eat junk food not only get fat, but also lose their appetite for novel foods, new research shows. Continue reading →
A doctor believes text neck is a global epidemic that is literally changing the way our bodies should grow.
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Human faces look the way they do today because our ancestors fought a lot, according to a new theory bolstered by an analysis of our skull bones. Continue reading →
A 19th-century book in one of Harvard's libraries is bound in human skin.
More than 50 percent of the world's 671 million obese people live in these 10 countries. Continue reading →
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