Otzi the Iceman is famed for being Europe's oldest natural human mummy. Now, researchers may be learning a little bit more about this mummy. After decoding the Iceman's genetic makeup, a team has found out exactly how he died--a brain injury.
Safety tips to prevent tick bites during the spring and summer months when these pests are more active could save your life.
The consequences of global warming are rising right along with Earth's temperatures. A new report released by the International Energy Agency reveals that the world is right on track to double the 2 degree target that it has set, which means that policies need to be changed to reflect these new find...
Double a city’s population and its economic productivity goes up 130 percent. MIT researchers think they know why.
A new study suggests that women who get less than six hours of sleep per night may be at a greater risk for heart attack.
When it comes to adding condiments, it may not seem like you can ever go too far. However, for one young man in particular, he drank so much soy sauce that he actually went into a coma and nearly died from the excess of salt found in his body.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it plans to drop all federal protections for grey wolves in the lower 48 states by taking them off the endangered species list.
According to a new study, 20 minutes of Yoga may be all you need for a quick boost in brain power.
For one man in Tulsa, Okla., a rhinoplasty procedure left him without a nose.
Facebook use can be damaging to the user's romantic relationships. Those who use Facebook often are more likely to experience Facebook-linked conflict with their romantic partners and may have a negative outcome on the relationship, including emotional and physical cheating, breakup and divorce.
Summer is upon us and we all know the feeling of the scorching heat. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cautions people about the summer heat in their latest report.
The psychologists identified similarities between the three after analyzing video footage of a female chimpanzee, female bonobo and a female human infant. A one-hour video of each was taken to compare the different types of gestures at various stages of communicative development.