New study shows that fecal microbiota transplant or stool transplant can be effective in treating chronic ulcerative colitis
As marine life slowly die due to global warming, the octopus is doing the opposite, churning out an abnormally large number of offsprings.
Scientists identified four genes responsible for the bone and cartilage width of noses that have evolved to adapt in the temparature and humidity of the environment.
New study shows that trees goes into resting position during the night which corresponds to human behavior of sleep.
For some people, getting some action in the bedroom is a fun thing, but for parasites, it's tough love. Called traumatic insemination, this mating process for some insects involves the male parasite stabbing the female with its penis. Ouch!
A new extensive study shows that Genetically Modified Organisms are safe for human consumption, debunking previous claims that it can cause cancer and other major human health complications
Another science breakthrough has just been unveiled as a replica of one of nature's extraordinary materials is invented.
An insanely adorable owl that looks like it came straight out of a fairytale has been making waves. The said bird, which has snow-white feathers and cherry red eyes, has piqued the interest of many.
Say goodbye to cancer cells; start attending church services.
Silent heart attack triples your chances of dying from heart disease and incidence of death from any cause by 34 percent.
The sale of magic mushrooms has been prohibited due to the reclassification of the drug to Class A - same as cocaine and heroin.
Scientists have finally tracked the global spread of the contagious cancer that is transmitted between mating dogs based on DNA.
A new study shows that pre-adapted HIV can exploit holes in the immune system making the virus nearly unrecognizable to immune response
A new study shows that inbreeding might negatively affect the length of telomeres leading to a shorter lifespan.
Secret meeting of nearly 150 scientists, entrepreneurs and lawyers in Harvard to discuss the possibility of synthesizing the entire human genome garnered some negative feedbacks outlining the ethical issues of constructing human genomes.