Close-up of a mouse looking at the camera.
Not-so-Mellow Yellow: Pregnant Mice’s Urine Stresses Out Males
An odorant found in the pee of pregnant mice—and in bananas—induces stress but also relieves pain in male mice, a study shows.
Not-so-Mellow Yellow: Pregnant Mice’s Urine Stresses Out Males
Not-so-Mellow Yellow: Pregnant Mice’s Urine Stresses Out Males

An odorant found in the pee of pregnant mice—and in bananas—induces stress but also relieves pain in male mice, a study shows.

An odorant found in the pee of pregnant mice—and in bananas—induces stress but also relieves pain in male mice, a study shows.

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close-up of an Aedes aegypti mosquito on human skin
Researchers Discover What Attracts Mosquitoes to Humans
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A brain area of Aedes aegypti responds specifically to components of human sebum, a study finds.