Scientists have unearthed a rare early copy of William Smith's 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales that represents the first ever geological map of a nation ever produced.
It turns out that being near "green" areas may lower stress. Scientists have found that residents who walked near newly greened vacant lots had significantly lower heart rates compared to walking near a vacant lot.
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 may be partially to blame.
A drug is usually never the cure or answer to anything--whatever illness you may be dealing with. However, recent findings conducted by researchers at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco show that a new drug could help alter brain chemistry in such a way that it could make some more sensitive to social...
New findings published in the American Journal of Public Health show that researchers at the University of Michigan Injury Center and the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute studied how many lives could be saved if there were alcohol ignition interlock devices in newly purchased...
New findings published in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy highlight problems with using antibiotics in lab experiments, according to researchers at the University of East Anglia.
Researchers have learned a bit more about the parasites that once infiltrated the intestines of our early ancestors by looking at a medieval cesspit.
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 preparation of our ancient ancestors.
Pills can do some amazing things. They can reduce a fever, battle depression and relieve muscle pain. But what if a pill could make a person more compassionate?
Researchers at the University of Illinois have discovered how to make wine without the hangover. With the help of a "genome knife," researchers believe they can reduce the next-day pain from alcohol toxins that cause this type of unpleasantness that most of us are all too familiar with.
Previous findings have shown that regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. However, new findings published in JAMA show that some individuals with rare genetic variants do not share the same benefit.