The fear of having a child born with serious birth defects is a thought that likely crosses the minds of most mothers-to-be. It's unfortunately a rather common occurrence in this country, but scientists have been on a mission to figure out why for years. Today, it seems they've finally solved part of the mystery, and the answer has to do with antidepressants.Read Full Story
We all remember the TV show MacGyver, where the mulleted, good-looking spy (Richard Dean Anderson) used his trusty Swiss Army knife and his knowledge of science to get out of any dangerous situation. Now, a new show inspired by MacGyver could be in the works, only this time with a female in the lead. Here's why it absolutely must happen.Read Full Story
One of the main ways cancer can become life-threatening is if it grows and metastasizes to another part of the body. In patients with breast cancer, one of the most common metastasis is from the breast to the brain. However, scientists think they may have found a way to stop this from happening.Read Full Story
The question "do you think he's compensating for something?" goes much deeper than penis size, according to this new study. Scientists say men tend to exaggerate things like number of sexual partners when they feel their masculinity is being threatened.Read Full Story
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