The birth rate in American teens hits all-time low, according to the recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, the center believes that too many American teens are still having babies.
Stone marten gnawed through a transformer wire of CERN's Large Hadron Collider, resulting in a major failure of the world's biggest and most capable particle collider, and instantly killing the weasel-like animal.
A new study says reposting information online may interfere with learning abilities, causing "cognitive overload" and diminished comprehension.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency puts an end to the retrieval operations of their multi-million X-ray satellite lost in space, shifting their attention to finding out what caused the anomaly.
Researchers found that Australian bearded dragon lizards also experience Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep and slow-wave sleep suggesting that dreaming must have evolved earlier than what the scientist have previously thought.
As waters turn warmer and oxygen levels decrease, marine animals and plant life may cease to thrive by 2030, especially in deeper sea levels.
Anyone with access to a computer or smart phone can now see up-close videos of Mars through the perspective of NASA's Curiosity rover.
Viewers of the nest cam livestream were surprised to see bald eagles feed a cat to their young, but it is a reminder that this is a normal way of nature, which is not always delicate or pretty.
Conservationist Sacha Dench will undertake a 4,500-mile flight with migrating Bewick's swans in September to find out why their numbers have been plummeting in the past two decades.
Another reason why dogs are indeed man's best friends: researchers from the University of Missouri and Miami University discovered that seniors get health benefits from the bonds they form with their doggy companions.
"Their speed, lane position, and reaction times to hazards were all affected." Below are some tips for staying alert while on the road.
Rare Boto dolphins in the Amazon have adapted to their environment by turning a shade of pink, while the endangered Taiwanese humpback dolphin naturally matures into a light color.
Truvada for PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is being delivered straight to customers, thanks to the new web-based app of San Francisco-based health technology startup Nurx.
"When it is too hot, people work less effectively out-of-doors, in factories, the office or on the move due to diminished ability for physical exertion and for completing mental tasks."