Two years after archaeologists uncovered the remains of King Richard III beneath a parking lot, the skeleton was reinterred at Leicester Cathedral.
Storm surges are devastating in the moment, but they're also troublesome after the initial wave. Scientists have found that Typhoon Haiyan's storm surge in the Philippines may contaminate an aquifer for years.
New findings published in the journal Sex Roles examine how some women may have a greater fear of physical crime due to the potential of sexual harassment and/or rape.
Researchers at the Australian National University found stronger mental associations between related concepts in people affected by Synesthesia that might affect hearing colors, seeing sounds and other cross-sensory phenomena that may explain some of the related mysteries.
New information published in the journal Pediatrics shows that up to 28 percent of military kids aren't up to date on their vaccinations.
New findings published in the journal Gut show how a new breath test could be used to diagnose stomach cancer and potentially predict whether some individuals could be at risk for the illness later in life.
A painting hanging on a wall may tell one story, but what lies beneath may tell quite another. Scientists have created a new instrument that's capable of capturing subsurface details from artwork at a high resolution.
Could your career be influenced by your birth weight?
Neanderthals apparently had burial rituals that involved mutilating the bodies of the dead. Scientists have discovered that these ancient hominins cut, beat and fractured the bones of their recently deceased companions.
Why do humans have chins? It turns out that the chin is not a mechanical advantage, but instead results from an evolutionary adaptation involving face size and shape.
A team of researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center studied neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) among infants following birth. The study examined just how commonly pregnant women are being prescribed opioids, otherwise known as narcotic pain relievers that can increase the likelihood of NAS...
New findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine show that about a quarter of all atrial fibrillation (AF) patients at the lowest risk for stroke receive unnecessary blood thinners from cardiology specialists that could result in added health issues.