[♪ INTRO] Babies cry a lot. Which can be really irritating, but it’s normal. It’s the only way they can tell you they’re hungry. Or bored. Or tired. Or… you get the idea. But some babies do cry more than others. And when an otherwise healthy baby cries more than… Continue Reading The Curious Case of Colic

We all know growing up isn’t always easy. But is it actually painful? I don’t mean socially or emotionally, because anyone who’s lived through hundreds of lunch hours in the shark tank that is a school cafeteria can tell you all about that particular kind of torture… I’m talking about… Continue Reading What Causes Growing Pains?

I just love it when something so simple can be implemented as part of your daily routine and it has the potential to create so many positive benefits for your health and wellbeing. Green tea has been consumed as a beverage and used as medicine for thousands of years and… Continue Reading What Happens To Your Body If You Drink Green Tea Daily For 30 Days?

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[♩INTRO] More than eighteen hundred people have died so far in the second largest Ebola outbreak in history. But doctors on the front lines now have a new weapon. Two of them, actually, because a clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo revealed two new treatments which can… Continue Reading We Can Cure Ebola! (Mostly—Which Is Better Than Rarely) | SciShow News

[ INTRO ] So what hurts more: being kicked in the crotch or giving birth? If you’re a guy you’d likely argue strongly for being kicked in the nards. Whereas many women would be inclined to argue childbirth. But can science settle the debate once and for all? Nope! …… Continue Reading Kicked in the Crotch vs. Childbirth: The Great Debate

[ ♪ INTRO ] As many as one-fifth of people experience depression at some point in their lives. Thankfully, for most, antidepressants and psychotherapy can reduce symptoms dramatically. But they don’t work for everyone. So doctors and scientists have been looking for ways to help people with treatment-resistant depression. And… Continue Reading 3 Baffling Depression Treatments and Why They Might Work

We get asked a lot of questions here at SciShow. Sometime we get a question that has maybe never been asked before in the history of questions, and sometimes we get questions that are so universally wondered, that they get asked over and over again. So, we’ve compiled some of… Continue Reading SciShow: FAQ Compilation

{♫Intro♫} 30 years and two months ago—on September 8, 1989—researchers published three papers describing the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis. It was a huge breakthrough, and one they hoped would lead to a reliable treatment in no time. Well, it wasn’t “no time”, but the discovery has finally led to… Continue Reading New Cystic Fibrosis Treatment a “Game-Changer” | SciShow News

♩ No matter where you go, you have to carry around this meatsack of a body. So of course, over the years, humans have tried to figure out how our bodies work — and how things can go wrong, like with diseases. And yes, sometimes we’ve been completely off base.… Continue Reading 5 Things Humans Got Really Wrong About Our Bodies