• July 27, 2017
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Science & Technology

  • What to blame for your stomach bug
    Jul 26, 2017 By Kate Murphy
    Most of us exper­ience an “acut­e gastr­ointe­stina­l event­“ at least once a year. Readi­ng the clues might reduc­e your risk in the futur­e
  • A groundbreaking bone-mending technique
    Jul 26, 2017 By N.P. Krishna KumarSpecial to Weekend Review
    Advanced medical technology that helped a cute Glasgow dog back on her feet could benefit everyone
  • A taste for blood
    Jul 19, 2017 By Adrian Higgins
    The way these plants have engineered themselves to consume insects is wondrous and amazes each generation that grows up to discover this phenomenon
  • The solution to skin ailments
    Jul 19, 2017 By Ferris Jabr
    Only in the last few years have scientists seriously studied how to therapeutically modify the skin’s native colonies of microbes
  • World’s plastic binge ‘dangerous’
    Jul 05, 2017 By Sandra Laville and 
Matthew Taylor
    Annual consumption is set to top half a trillion by 2021, far outstripping recycling efforts and jeopardising oceans, coastlines and other environments
  • When anxiety masks a medical problem
    Jul 05, 2017 By Jane E. Brody
    Some patients seeking treatment for depression may have an underlying condition that must be addressed before any emotional symptoms are likely to resolve
  • A mummy’s medical secret
    Jun 28, 2017 By Nicholas St Fleur
    By investigating their secrets, scientists are seeking insights into the lives of people in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries
  • How to make a mummy (accidentally)
    Jun 28, 2017 By Nicholas St Fleur
    Not every part of the body mummifies at the same time. Some internal organs, like the heart, take longer to dry out
  • That weird click in the jaw
    Jun 28, 2017 By Marlene Cimons
    If you hear a click in your jaw, this is what you need to know
  • Our body’s ‘control tower’
    Jun 21, 2017 By Natalie Angier
    The liver’s to-do list is second only to that of the brain and numbers well over 300 items
  • IBS patient Linda Buonanno knew the pills she was given contained no active drugs, yet they had an immediate effect on her condition
  • A verdict on gluten-free diets
    Jun 14, 2017 By Christy Brissette
    The key is eating a varied, nutrient-rich diet — whether it’s gluten-free or not
  • Poor workplace posture can lead to pain
    Jun 14, 2017 By Gabriella Boston
    Bad posture can contribute to disk herniation, pinched nerves, arthritic changes in the joints, and tissue getting shorter and tighter
  • The findings may lead to new experiments into the biological basis of reasoning and problem-solving, experts say
  • Consumers are snapping up gut-enhancing products, but are they all they’re cracked up to be?
  • Resea­rch on Russi­an cosmo­nauts sugge­sts that salt makes you hungr­y but not thirs­ty, and may help burn calor­ies