Call it the most literal “beach bum” study ever. Occasionally in science, the topic of your research and the perfect subjects in which to study it correlate in unique ways, case in point — surfers and antibiotic-resistant bacteria. More specifically, surfer’s colons.
A new forecast says the economic impact of California’s drought will grow by $500 million in 2015, to $2.7 billion.
A new long-term study shows that it actually might be cheaper to build housing for the homeless than to allow them to live on the streets.
However, neither of the two cities made the #1 or #2 spots.
A team of Dutch scientists trying to figure out the French paradox discovered that cheese and dairy consumption may be the secret to a healthier lifestyle.
Jesus Christ, whether believed to be God incarnate, a prophet or just a man, is undeniably polarizing, controversial, or inspiring for billions, and with that in mind, researchers set out to determine how Jesus is viewed this Easter, 2015.
Cats think it’s purrfect.
In study released Wednesday, UC Berkeley researchers say that the role of birds in the spread of Lyme disease within California is more important than previously known.
Those who believe in “love at first sight” thing might have to rethink things—it’s looking like music may have a surprising impact on young lovers.
Binge watching your favorite shows online can cause feelings of loneliness and depression.