Two cannabinoids have opposing effects on SARS-CoV-2 in culture
Covid-19 Coverage
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have tested a wide range of drugs to see if they inhibit the virus.
A Soup That Roxane Gay Actually Enjoys
Soups aren't always the author's thing. But this tomato one, especially when paired with a grilled cheese sandwich, is just that good.
'Terrorising us': bluebottles wash up on Australian beaches in 'gobsmacking numbers'
Armadas of alien-like sea creatures have been washing up on Australian beaches thanks to the warm weather but experts warn people should look but not touch.
Study: Female dolphins have a working clitoris, so they probably enjoy sex
Female dolphins are known to be highly social and engage in all sorts of sexual behavior.
The Book That Turned Annie Leibovitz Into a Photographer
"Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty," by Phoebe Hoban, is on the bench where I have a pile of books that I'm interested in. Also Roni Horn's "Island Zombie: Iceland Writings."
Opinion: After COVID vaccine menstruation findings, a sigh of relief - and indignation | DW | 13.01.2022
Soon after the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, stories began to emerge that some people were experiencing changes to their menstrual cycles after getting vaccinated.
Scientists discover a strange, anatomical similarity between dolphins and humans
The human body is a fascinating and terrifying pile of blood, guts, water, bone, microorganisms, and other miscellaneous tissue.
A man on a mission to preserve Barcelona's decorative floor tiles
ach morning, from the moment when Joan Moliner unfolds his bicycle for the ride to work to Barcelona city centre, he is on a mission, one eye on the road, the other on builders' skips.