My brother is allergic to raw carrots but has no reaction to cooked ones. How is this possible?
Kristin Elise Phillips • October 15, 2006
-- asks Tony from New York, NY.
Ciara Curtin • October 12, 2006
Anticipating bad events gives researchers a peek into posttraumatic stress disorder.
Kristina Fiore • October 10, 2006
People with memory complaints may be losing gray matter in their brains.
Kristina Fiore • October 2, 2006
-- asks Roberto Morabito from Brooklyn, NY.
Melinda Wenner • September 25, 2006
-- asks J. from Brooklyn, NY.
Edyta Zielinska • September 13, 2006
A New York scientist uses his knowledge of bugs to solve crimes.
I thought stingrays were harmless, so how did one manage to kill the “Crocodile Hunter?”
Adam T. Hadhazy • September 11, 2006
--asks Anonymous, from New York, New York.
Melinda Wenner • September 1, 2006
Immunization questions answered on the 'Line.
Susan Cosier • August 21, 2006
A corpse flower grows in Brooklyn.
Edyta Zielinska • August 2, 2006
Bionic implants are helping patients with paralysis to regain movement.
Alison Snyder • July 27, 2006
Scientists are finally realizing what worm farmers like Dave Greninger have known for years.
Susan Cosier • July 26, 2006
-asks Travis Harr-Connole from Loveland, CO.
Julie Leibach • July 19, 2006
Researchers use marine organisms for guidance in tackling engineering problems.