Omega-3 rich foods can help fight against colon cancer, according to study.
It is confirmed that Japanese broad tapeworms can now be found in U.S. salmon.
Removing a dam could mean all the difference for ecosystems
Fish may just be the greatest athletes on our planet.
People who lived during the ice age probably ate salmon, according to new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS). This new study provides us with earliest evidence of this activity on record, dating the cuisine as far back as 10,000 years ago.
Researchers may have uncovered the earliest known evidence of Ice Age humans in North America.
Scientists have tracked the survival of Chinook and coho salmon from hatcheries in North America between 1980 and 2006 and have found that these salmon are being impacted by changing climate.
What can you learn from a single hair? You can learn quite a bit with a new technique. Scientists have discovered a way to determine exactly what a grizzly bear has been eating over several months just by looking at a single hair.
Pink salmon may be more affected by ocean acidification than other species. Researchers have found that salmon that being life in freshwater with high concentrations are carbon dioxide are smaller and may be less likely to survive.
How would genetically modified fish impact an ecosystem? What happened if they escaped? Now, scientists are examining what would happen if genetically modified fish escaped into wild populations.
Scientists have found that the strontium chemical signature in salmons' "ear bones" could reveal critical habitats for fish threatened by climate change, industrial development and overfishing.
Fish in Alaska may be adjusting to climate change. Scientists have found that Dolly Varden, a species of char, can keep feasting on a preferred food source-salmon eggs-even as temperatures rise and the climate continues to shift.