F. Bryant Furlow

Reports on evolutionists' theory on the role of an unnamed substance in breast milk which is similar to the sedative drugs, benzodiazepines, in countering infants' crying spells and helping mothers cope with the demands of motherhood.
Reports on Israel-based Weizmann Institute of Science neuroimmunologist Michael Schwartz's experiments which help explain why it is difficult to recover from spinal cord injuries. Macrophages' inability to repair cells in the spinal cord area.
Do you know what time your kids eat breakfast? It's more important than you might think.

Reports how antioxidant vitamins like A, C and E may help keep the brain healthy. Studies on people taking vitamin C; Beta-carotene and mental deterioration.

Reports on the potential use of caffeine in preventing suicide. Study by researchers from Harvard University showing that female nurses who drink coffee are far less likely to commit suicide than those who do not.

Why do some people smell better to you? A look at how human body odor influences sexual attraction.