On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Lauren Cohan tells how a cop pulled her over while she was elbow deep in zombie guts after filming, and actually hit on her.
A new study says the bugs growing in our digestive tract might steer us to choose the foods that are best for them, even if they're not best for us.
Brains are less stimulated by food at night, a Brigham Young University study shows. And that, ironically, is exactly what leads to those midnight food cravings.
Forget FIFA -- the real World Cup has just finished in Brazil and a team of robots from Australia has taken out the top prize.
A study on rats finds that a removable silicone intestinal barrier tube works similarly to far more invasive bariatric surgeries. But will it work in humans?
With the CH4 wearable, now on Kickstarter, the quantified-self movement may have just jumped the shark. Or perhaps flatulence truly is a data gold mine.
Research from UC Berkeley suggests that instinct is a far better judge of the mendacious than is any rational process.
In an effort to bring some bling to the sciences, a medical student plans to use biological images to make a line of striking fitness apparel.
Where is the love? Experiments with some 700 people in Scandinavia and Taiwan reveal universal locales for emotions from anger to happiness to pride and shame.
A PhD student developing a new drug that could improve chemotherapy treatment and patient survival rates has described his research over some sick beats.