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Why does Swiss cheese have holes?

Stephanie Clark, Iowa State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to...

Natural supplements can be dangerously contaminated, or not even have the...

C. Michael White, University of Connecticut More than two-thirds of Americans take dietary supplements. The vast majority of consumers – 84% – are confident the...

Curious Kids: Why do feet stink by the end of the...

Bill Sullivan, Indiana University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer,...

The womb isn’t sterile – healthy babies are born with bacteria...

Kent Willis, University of Tennessee For the last hundred years, scientists have believed that humans develop in a womb that remains sterile and completely isolated...

An artist’s journey into the science of sweat

Paul Vanouse, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York During steamy days, a body’s physiological response may cause you to wrinkle your nose:...

Home birth may start babies off with health-promoting microbes

Joan Combellick, Yale University For all of human history, babies have been born where their mothers lived – whether in a house, hut or cave....

Ticks spread plenty more for you to worry about beyond Lyme...

Jerome Goddard, Mississippi State University When it comes to problems caused by ticks, Lyme disease hogs a lot of the limelight. But various tick species...

Rapid water quality tests better protect beachgoers

Rachel Noble, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Planning a trip to the beach? Along with looking forward to some summer fun, beachgoers may...

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Trump nods to Cuban exiles, rolls back ties: Experts react

Brian Gendreau, University of Florida and William M. LeoGrande, American University Editor’s note: President Donald Trump announced on Friday a partial reversal of former President...