Scientists have discovered that microbeads are spreading across the world's seas, affecting water quality, wildlife, and resources used by people.
You don't want to get near one of these snakes.
Scientists have discovered that individual diversity increase a species chances to survive during environmental shifts and changes.
Scientists have taken a closer look, and found that energy companies used nearly 250 billion gallons of water to extract shale gas and oil from hydraulically fractured wells in the United States between 2005 and 2014.
Green spaces are important for clean air and room to roam freely, particularly when it comes to children. Unlike excessive exposure to urban environments, previous studies show that increased air pollution and little greenery can not only be bad for your lungs and in some cases, increase the risk of...
No. This isn't some Herman Melville novel.
Children who spend more time outdoors during the day may have a reduced rate of nearsightedness, also known as myopia. The findings are published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
What we put into our bodies--including what we eat and breathe--can ultimately have a long-term impact on our health.
The Carpenters had it right. In other words, birds may have something to do with love (they "suddenly appear..." as the song goes.) Or is it that they simply fall in love--just like humans--as well.
Imagine watching evolution in real time. That's what a group of researchers are doing in an ongoing effort the record the interaction of the environment and evolution. They've monitored a population of guppies in order to better understand the process of evolution.
New findings published in Science Advances show that Mexican cavefish require between 5 to 15 percent of their total energy budget for well-equipped eyes.