In what's likely to be unsettling news to, well, anyone, it turns out we have little mites making a living on our faces. They eat, sleep and even have sex in your pores. How did they get there, and what makes our faces such good homes?
You can run, but you can't hide: We're all getting hit with ultraviolet rays each time we go outdoors -- whether in clouds or sunshine. Trace explains what these killer rays do to our skin.
Skin does much more than most people probably suspect.
Is there anything at all useful about our skin rising up and forming goosebumps? Tara looks into the why behind this strange, all-too-common phenomena.
The nose isn't the only part of the body that knows and detects odors.
Seeking out the perfect tan might be about more than vanity, research suggests.
Without protective fur to safeguard against sun damage, our ancestors went from pale-skinned to dark-skinned.
The original Rocket Man talks Tesla roadsters and SpaceX rockets during an "average" commute to the office.
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