Musicians, particularly wind instrument players, should clean up their instruments thoroughly after a bagpipe player suffered from "bagpipe lung" last week and died due to the fungus found inside the victim's instrument.
The researchers never thought that the reef will be three times bigger that expected.
Does wine really taste better with age? Not all, but we do know why older wines smell better than less matured ones.
This Vickburg woman ain't your ordinary peach. On Saturday, Tiffany Wienke has made the biggest alligator catch on record in Mississippi. It took her two hours to catch the monster gator!
High biodiversity and plant trait diversity could help the Amazon Rainforest to adjust to moderate impacts of climate change.
The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement supporting their members' refusal to treat families who consistently refuse the vaccination of their child.
A team of researchers from John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Florida State University and national Institute of Health has identified three already existing drugs that show potential in fighting off ZIka virus.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife investigates the death of three sea otters washed ashore on the Santa Cruz Coast, offering a $10,000 reward for those with information regarding their shooter.
Scientists have now discovered the real reason behind Lucy's death, which took place about three million years ago. The study suggest that human's famous cousin died after falling from a tree.
The world's no. 3 tennisplayer Gordon Reid, who hails from Alexandria in West Dunbartonshire met his namesake lion cub while visiting Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling.
A dark twin of the Milky Way galaxy was discovered, mostly composed of dark matter.
Stephen Hawking and Yuri Milner's Breakthrough Starshot may conduct a flyby to the newly discovered habitable planet, Proxima B.
Two leatherback sea turtles have been disentangled yesterday in Cape Cod Bay in Massachusets by the Marine Animal Entanglement Response team (MAER) at the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS).
Studying Jupiter-like exoplanets outside the Solar System is considered valuable since whatever data will be gathered from other exoplanets can also be related to the Solar System.