As if Tide Pods weren’t hazardous enough, now teens are now trying the “shell on” challenge. Why do kids do viral challenges? A therapist weighs in.
Should babies be circumcised? The ongoing debate has pitted doctors, parents, and religious figures against one another other. Here’s what you need to know.
Scientists are busily working on human textiles, aka human skin cells yarn, which could become the way wounds are sewn in emergency rooms.
A racist comment at a school meeting has sparked outrage. The gathering was to discuss marginalization of non-white students and inclusion.
What the heck is 3D audio? Isn’t that just surround sound? NOPE! And if your child is gaming, you’re going to be hearing a lot about it very soon.
The mosquito sound frequency some, namely teenagers, may consider a veritable weapon. At 17.4 kHz, it’s driving teens away from certain locales.
They’re fast, they’re fun, and they’re a great alternative to driving, but electric scooter injuries are on the rise, and experts are looking for solutions.
The latest DIY in the conception world: a toothpaste pregnancy test. Yes, it’s a thing, but… can you really rely on it for accurate results?
A report from EWG says toxic chemicals in water of major US cities. Here’s the breakdown of which cities and regions are impacted and what you need to know.
Living robots are here. Among the ways scientists are looking at using these supercomputers could not only save humans, but the planet.