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The effects of psychedelic drugs on neurite density is a promising sign that they may be useful in treating depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
It’s not just what makes males into males. The sex chromosome also influences health in hidden ways, some experts believe, and may even explain why men have shorter life spans.
A study of skulls from pre-Columbian Peru suggests the success rates of surgeons there was up to 80% during the Inca era, compared with just 50% during the American Civil War some 400 years later.
Ms Jordan says the values passed down to her from centuries of tradition inform her, as she works to become the governor of Idaho.
The discovery, published Friday in Nature Communications, pushes back the proposed age of the bubonic plague by 1,000 years.
According to a comprehensive new study, many species take turns in their conversations, just like we do.
The Cannabis Act will now go back to the House of Commons, which passed the bill in November 2017 but needs to sign off on changes made by the Senate.
Orkney’s famous chambered cairns have been reconstructed in 3D with viewers able to explore and move around the tombs like never before.
New research joins the dots between zombie ants, an insect-world arms race and the search for new antibiotics.
More than 60 ancient paintings, thought to be around 3,000-5,000 years old, have been found at the Khao Pru Tee Mae cliff in Mount Chong Lom, Ao Luek, Krabi.
Deb Haaland’s victory Tuesday in a Democratic primary for an open congressional seat had Native Americans celebrating the possibility of a landmark in U.S. political history.
Researchers have found that contemporary Icelanders draw about 70 per cent of their genes from Norse ancestry.
Experiencing a sour taste in the mouth is strongly linked to risk-taking behaviour, a new study shows.
Scientists have discovered a technique to apply natural plant extracts such as Tea Tree Oil as a coating for medical devices, a process which could prevent millions of infections every year.
This may not seem like a huge deal, but in situations where a decade or two of discrepancy counts, radiocarbon dating could be misrepresenting important details.
Sculpted during the Old Kingdom (2613-2181 B.C.), the heads are often made of limestone, with the bottom of the neck working as a sort of base to allow the object to stand.