Blood Pressure Pills and Antidepressants Are Surprisingly Effective Against Ebola
Two widely-used prescription drugs, Zoloft, a popular antidepressant, and Vascor, a blood pressure medication, might be our answer in the fight against Ebola.
Wild Chimp Winos May Explain Why We Love Booze
New Blood Test Predicts Future Suicide Attempts
Scientists have developed a test that can predict if someone will attempt suicide—and whether it will require hospitalization.
RNA Spray Could Make GMOs Obsolete
Through RNA interference, or the process of temporarily barring gene expression, Monsanto scientists have been able to stop a pest from eating crops by spraying RNA that shuts down a gene the insects need to survive directly onto the plants.
Prozac’s Latest Users Are Hungry Starlings
Endangered Sawfish Are Cloning Themselves to Stave Off Extinction
Meet the LHC’s Latest Discovery, the Long-Sought Pentaquark
Physicists have been hunting the elusive particle for more than 50 years.