Nina Kratky debunks the alleged benefits of juice cleanses and whether you should do one (Spoiler: you shouldn’t).
Category: Life Sciences
While most of us are sleeping, there is still plenty going on in the natural world at night. Lizzy explores the cellular components of biological clocks that regulate different sleep/wake cycles.
Ameerah Gardee unpacks a recent study on the possible origins of handedness in our DNA, and its potential effects on the brain.
Ricardo Sanchez Velazquez dissects into the possibility of the emergence of another pandemic caused by a well-known virus and the role we play in the prevention of this catastrophe.
Choosing a mate can be tricky, but who knew that butts play such a big role in seed bug sex.
Vikki Smith explains the science behind grandmothering.
Bárbara explores the history of herbicides and antibiotics and discusses the looming threat of resistance.
Paradise lost? Oliver investigates where our reliance on antibiotics has got us and alternative research approaches for tackling antibiotic resistance.