Body

22 August 2017

We answer your questions on diet!

22 August 2017

With so much dietary information out there, how do we know what's food fact and what's fiction?

22 August 2017

Scientists have found a way to re-programme the sex chromosomes of mice, making healthy previously infertile sperm.

18 July 2017

US scientists have discovered that a drug that's already licensed for use in pregnancy can block the spread of...

11 July 2017

The science on show on the courts of Wimbledon.

16 May 2017

Could a bad night's sleep increase sensitivity to pain?

02 May 2017

What are tumours made from, and how can we destroy them safely?

02 May 2017

Cancer is a global problem, but what is it and why is it so deadly?

25 April 2017

The science behind IBS and what can be done to help sufferers.

25 April 2017

Most of us know that too much sugar is bad for our teeth, but why? Looks like bacteria are to blame.

25 April 2017

Should parents be curbing the time children spend on touch screen devices?

28 March 2017

A protein has been shown to reverse some age-related effects in mice. Could it hold promise for humans?

21 March 2017

Are chemicals in the environment disrupting our ability to reproduce?

21 March 2017

What factors affect the quality of a woman’s eggs?

21 March 2017

What affects a man’s ability to successfully reproduce?

21 March 2017

Are sperm counts really declining? And are we having families later in life?

21 March 2017

Quickfire science on sperm and eggs.

21 March 2017

A fertility app that can help to prevent unwanted pregnancy.

21 March 2017

Artificially-produced antibodies switch off tumour's "don't eat me" signal...

07 March 2017

Eating 10 portions of fruit and vegetables as opposed to 5 boosts life expectancy and reduces heart disease and cancer...

28 February 2017

High levels of alcohol could come back to bite you, even if you cut down.

14 February 2017

Do the neurons in our bodies really behave like a sushi conveyor belt?

14 February 2017

What's it like to be able to hear again with a 'bionic ear'?