Extra-virgin olive olive could help protect the brain from Alzheimer's disease.
The worst coral bleaching event on record appears to be nearing an end. Now scientists are bracing for the next one.
A particularly large bloom of phytoplankton have illuminated the Black Sea into a bright turquoise color.
Traditional medicine from Nigeria could pave way to a new drug that could potentially treat Alzheimer's disease.
Elk are learning how to avoid hunters and live longer. They even know when it's bow season or rifle season.
Washington D.C is filled with spineless creatures. The one scientists found in an actual swamp is more interesting than anything in the halls of congress.
This new drug is capable of darkening the skin without the harmful effects of the sun's UV rays.
Women who came down with fever during pregnancy have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with autism spectrum disorder.
Fishermen caught first ever conjoined porpoise twins.
Violence is part of our society and our nature. Research suggests that our genes, our environment, and our brains hold the keys to why we pull the trigger.
An amputee flatworm grew two heads after spending five weeks aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Scientists are observing how microgravity affects cell regeneration in worms.
With the positive result of their study, the researchers claim that their new method can also be used DNA damage caused by other environmental toxins.
Ocean acidification, caused by the increase in carbon dioxide in our atmosphere, is killing ocean life and it must be stopped before it's too late.
Researchers from Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah have developed a new drug that can potentially be used as a standalone or combination treatment against a common blood cancer.