Growers' emphasis on yield and shelf life in the latter part of the 20th century cost tomatoes their sweetness.
The run of record-breaking temperatures doesn't mean we should expect every year to be relentlessly hotter than the last.
As with guns, Americans are divided on the issue of nuclear weapons. One side is motivated by a "more is better" philosophy — a deep, intuitive belief that the best way to stop bad guys is to get more weapons to the good guys. ...
If alcohol makes you feel sick rather than drunk, you may have a gene mutation that protects you from alcohol impairment and alcoholism.
The latest research suggests IQ is only a minor factor in a person's success, or lack thereof.
Some 12,000 years ago, humans started a war against weeds — and the weeds are still a step ahead.
Race is a scientifically indefensible concept with no biological basis as applied to humans.
Candidates engage in public debates to sell themselves. Viewers should question everything that's said — and not said as well.
A promising experimental drug called aducanumab could be an important development in preventing Alzheimer's disease.
When humans invent technology, we also reinvent ourselves.