New baby stars were being born within the winds of material discharged from the intense supermassive black holes in the core of merging galaxies.
Low vitamin B12 in children could impair their cognitive development, according to a study.
British scientists find a new way that could diagnose TB in just a few days instead of months.
Scientists discovered a brown dwarf that is the most massive and purest composition ever identified.
The Sun was least active and at its low point in its cycle for nearly two weeks.
Scientists found a new way to prevent vision loss in diabetics and premature infants.
A very huge black hole was removed from the center of the galaxy by powerful gravitational waves.
Having sufficient vitamin D exposure and intake, particularly for pregnant women, could make their offsprings safe from developing autism.
Lungs not only facilitate respiration but also produce tiny blood cells known as platelets.
New types of clouds have been identified and named by the World Meteorological Organization.
Chile designates 10 million acres and the 1 million acres donated by two American philanthropists as new national parks.