In a few hours, NASA will reveal a new discovery it has made "beyond our solar system" relating to a certain exoplanet. For space buffs, this is pretty exciting stuff. Click here to watch NASA's news announcement live.
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It turns out we've all been putting up with the smell of citronella candles for nothing. A new study has found that "anti-mossie" candles are ineffective at warding off the pest. In short, this natural "repellent" doesn't seem to have any effect on one of the most notorious disease-spreading blood suckers on Earth.
You ever have one of those nights where, after one too many drinks and 2AM rolls around, pale-yellow eggs, wrinkly sausages and overly floury pancakes suddenly taste absolutely amazing? You're not alone. DNews uses science to explain why we tend to eat trashy foods when we're drunk.
Resistance bands are great strength training tools for home or while you travel, but they may not be ideal for building muscle mass when compared to weights. This video explains all.
You most certainly know someone taking fish oil pills - those fishy, translucent gold capsules - for their purported heart benefits. But evidence continues to mount that fish oil might be snake oil.
At the very least, it doesn't pack nearly the punch we once thought. Instead, it's probably just worth eating actual fish, which is loaded with plenty of healthy vitamins and minerals.
Like most people, my knowledge of maths is limited to the skills I need to function in society. (I blame crappy high school teachers for that.) However, the diversity and implications of maths theory is truly fascinating if you're willing to give it a chance. This animated map breaks down the basics.