Body

06 May 2016

It’s been described as the ‘hormone of love’ and is said to be responsible for keeping couples loved up but is that...

26 April 2016

Scientists from the Univeristy of Edinburgh think that testosterone may be behind the higher instances of heart attacks...

26 April 2016

Despite dire predictions new research suggests that dementia rates are actually falling, specifically in men.

26 April 2016

If milk makes you unwell, is it actually the lactose you're intolerant to?

11 April 2016

Kat busts the myth that your tongue has different taste zones.

05 April 2016

How do you start talking about genetics? Anna Middleton has teamed up with ad execs to make films to get the...

05 April 2016

Kat:: Have you ever wondered what’s in your genes? Now it’s possible, thanks to home genetic tests. But what's...

03 April 2016

If a test picks up 25% abnormal cells in a developing embryo, does that mean the baby will be abnormal? Maybe not.

03 April 2016

New techology in prosphetics has led to a robotic fingertip that actually feels.

03 April 2016

Sleep is important for memory but just how important? Connie Orbach went to a sleep lab to find out what happens when...

11 March 2016

We take a look at the science behind those 'cancer breakthrough' headlines this month, targeting the...

11 March 2016

Could genome engineering technology eradicate human diseases such as cystic fibrosis? And because we can does that...

11 March 2016

Nick Peel from Cancer Research UK explains how laboratory researchers are using CRISPR to delve into the secrets...

26 February 2016

A new way to find fatty arterial plaques that can rupture and cause a heart attack is unveiled by UK cardiologists...

13 February 2016

Professor Azim Surani discusses the recent global summit on genome editing held in Washington in December.

13 February 2016

Tony Perry from the University of Bath told me more about the story of CRISPR, and some of its potential applications.

08 February 2016

Kat Arney been peeking out from under her brolly to tackle another mythconception. This week, will going out with wet...

08 February 2016

New research suggests you might mis-intepret what you're reading if you're also listening to music...

08 February 2016

Moving meal times can disrupt learning and memory

08 February 2016

Two trained monkeys and a gambling task

05 February 2016

As soon as you take that first sip, caffeine begins to work it's magic but how does it make you feel awake?

05 February 2016

Caffeine is never far from the headlines; some months it's no good for us and other months it's a practically...

05 February 2016

If you drink too much caffeine, it could effect your sleep and a lack of sleep has been linked to a number of diseases...

02 February 2016

People often assume that pregnant women are suffering from 'momnesia'. But is there any evidence that having...