Health

Video: Don't get bit by frostbite

Just in time for the holidays, much of the nation has been gripped by extreme cold. The frigid temperatures can be very dangerous if you venture outside with exposed skin. It doesn't take long for frostbite to set in.

Neuroscience

Study links length of REM sleep to animals' body temperature

Warm-blooded animal groups with higher body temperatures have lower amounts of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, while those with lower body temperatures have more REM sleep, according to new research from UCLA professor Jerome ...

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