Do the neurons in our bodies really behave like a sushi conveyor belt?
What's it like to be able to hear again with a 'bionic ear'?
Chocolate contains antioxidants but can we really call it a health food?
Microgravity has serious impacts on the body, including loss of bone, muscle and vision.
This is a mental illness often associated with teenage girls but new research suggests otherwise.
The bright light emitted from LEDs could be affecting our health...
Soft robotic sleeve gives hearts a helping hand.
Do we really snack on arachnids while sleeping?
Is laughter really good for you?
Are antioxidants all they're cracked up to be?
Chris gets his ticker checked with an ECG.
Does it matter that the light bulb is destroying the night?
Why do some people also enjoy a cold dip at Christmas?
The size and nutritional content of meals influences how sleepy a fly feels afterwards...
We hear how this will save Shona Cobb, who has condition that affects her heart, known as Marfan syndrome.
The rubber hand illusion and feelings of disembodiment...
The heart begins beating much earlier than first thought...
As winter approaches, Kat sees how we can keep warm by scrutinizing the science behind heat loss...
A new brain implant can restore the sense of touch to patients with paralysis or prosthesis.
Does taking a dip in an ice bath really help tired muscles recover?
How did the hospital become an integral part of society?
How do you train a student in all the skills required to be a fantastic doctor?
The latest tests promise to tell parents whether their kid is cut out for
certain sports and activities. But are they...
Professor Nazneen Rahman has spent her career studying the genetic
and variations that influence the risk of...