The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning doctors and patients that a widely used antibiotic from Pfizer, Azithromycin or as its marketed Zithromax and Z-Pak, can cause rare but deadly heart rhythms in some patients.
A new virus infection named novel coronavirus (nCoV) is making the rounds primarily in the Middle East with some isolated cases in Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported the ninth death in Saudi Arabia which has faced the most cases of this infection so far.
A 17-year-old girl from Colorado Springs, Colo. won first prize at the Intel Science Talent Search, an elite science fair for growing a population of algae under her bed that produces so much oil it could be used to make cheap bio-fuel.
Reports of three "killer" dolphins which had escaped from an aquarium where they were being trained into the Black Sea in search of mates, is actually nothing but a hoax, according to a Russian news sites, New-Sebasopol.
Google has agreed to pay just $7 million to US states for its Street View snooping, uncovered three years ago, which is just over what the company made an hour last year.
Angry Birds has been all the craze over the past year and now if you want to experience the real life version of it, the Angry Bird franchise is bring an interactive attraction to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida by the end of March.
A new study has revealed that rainforest are more resilient to global warming than previously imagined as they are less likely to lose biomass.
NASA will be hosting a news conference Tuesday afternoon to announce the latest discoveries from the Curiosity rover on Mars.
Britian's top health official said Monday antibiotic resistance poses a catastrophic threat to medicine, with the potential to push medicine back to the 19th century, according to a report.
Mummies from thousands of years ago and around the world show evidence of clogged arteries, new research finds, ending the notion that heart disease is a modern condition brought on by today's unhealthy diets and smoking.
The Huangpu River near Shanghai, China, which provides a major source of drinking water for the city, had over 2,800 rotting pig carcasses in the river, although city authorities said the drinking water quality has not been affected.