The guys welcome back Dr Allison Gill to discuss a mnemonic that will change your life, a new STD that is already resistant to antibiotics, how one cigarette a day can cause more damage than you think, and how curry might fight off Alzheimer's disease.
Dr Allison Gill joins the guys to discuss how general anesthesia is permanently damaging the brains of children, the mysterious cause of a massive die-off of a species of deer with two dicks on its face, and how a non-human scientist discovered how to fight malaria using toothpaste.
The guys kick off 2018 by welcoming back Dr. Eva to discuss the "shocking" new Native American DNA that was found, how a diabetes drug might cure Alzheimer's disease, how smelling a dirty shirt can calm you down, and an easy way to look three years younger without spending a dime.
In this special Year End Science Review, we look back at the biggest news stories of 2017 from a whole new kind of astronomy, to secret pyramid rooms and not-so-legitimate ancient archaeological sites. We also hit a few of the best articles from the last week of 2017 including how pregnancy can help cure Multiple Scerosis, why some fathers have mostly boys or mostly girls, and how phone hackers can very easily crack your pin code 99.5% of the time.
The guys discuss how shocking part of the brain can erase the symptoms of autism (in mice), why a surprisingly high percentage of chemistry papers are complete BS, and the best way (according to scientific research) to change the mind of Climate Denier.