Take a look into the most epic medical battle of all time with "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies," a three-part PBS series that will air March 30-April 1.
Most people know that milk is good for their bones, but did you know that it could also be good for your brain? Scientists have found a link between
Researchers have uncovered the oldest known Roman military camp, complete with fortifications, that may have protected soldiers from pirates more than
The Gulf Stream system is one of Earth's most important heat transport systems. Now, though, scientists have found evidence for a slowdown of this
Using a protein that's key to a squid's color-changing body, researchers have designed "invisibility stickers" that could one day help soldiers
Men who exercise are more likely to perform better in bed. New findings published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine show that this includes fuller and
Did you know that there are mushrooms that glow? Scientists have long known that these intriguing fungi have the ability to emit light, but
What caused the ice ages around the world? That's a good question and now, scientists have an answer.
New findings presented at the 249th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) show that air pollutants may have something
A new drug is coming out that might help decrease the progression of Alzheimer's.
Scientists are taking a closer look at the decline of the Neanderthals to see whether a massive volcanic cataclysm in Europe about 40,000 years ago
MESSENGER's mission may be ending sometime this spring when the spacecraft runs out of propellant, but it's still chugging along until then.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has just released information that an active ingredient in Roundup, otherwise known as one of the world's most
New findings published in the American Journal of Public Health show that researchers at the University of Michigan Injury Center and the University
Men are peculiar creatures. You never know what they may like. However, a majority do seem to prefer softer, curvier shaped females.
Researchers have uncovered prehistoric stone tools at a site in Israel. The new findings may tell them a bit more about the hunting habits and food
Iron rain may have poured down on our early Earth. Scientists have found that at pressures rivaling those when worlds collide, iron vaporizes at far
Earth's most iconic regions may be in danger. Scientists have found that without
Researchers at the University of Illinois have discovered how to make wine without the hangover. With the help of a "genome knife," researchers