A strange zigzag pattern that appeared few days ago in Iceland's Lake Thingvallavatn has gotten the scientists attention.
It's hard to imagine a dog caring about their sagging chin or the shape of their nose, but plastic surgery for pups are becoming a thriving industry.
An average of 32 calls a day, or one call every 45 minutes were made to US Poison Control Centers reporting children who were exposed to prescription opioids.
A new type of Li-Fi has reportedly cracked 40 Gbps, which is 100 times faster than the best Wi-Fi we currently have.
Funnel web spider's venom holds a harmless ingredient that could be used to prevent damage caused by stroke.
Over 90 percemt of the rusty patched bumblebee population has been wiped out primarily due to disease, pesticide exposure, habitat loss and climate change. At present, they are only found in small, scattered populations in 13 states.
Mixing alcohol with highly caffeinated energy drinks could increased the risk of physical injuries compared to drinking alcohol only.
Seemingly harmless jello-like mounds throughout Siberia hide a pocket of methane that could explode at any time.
A single DNA gram can store 215 petabytes (or 215 million gigabytes) of information, which means it can very well contain all of the world's information with just a few pickup trucks' worth of DNA.
Mankind's dream of going to Mars is now closer to reality with the help of the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump has just signed a new bill funding NASA's mission to bring humans to the Red Planet.
Villagers in Zimbabwe shot and cut open a crocodile after suspecting that the massive reptile has eaten an eight-year-old boy.
It's time for 4G and LTE connections to take a bow as 5G is set to enter the mainstream market, allowing faster input and output services such as downloading high-quality movies, games and software faster than fiber optic-based technologies.
Not only is it gross, but widely-accepted jellyfish cures apparently make the sting even worse.
As the International Day of Happiness rolls around, the annual World Happiness Report is released by the United Nations with Norway topping the list followed by Denmark, Iceland and Switzerland.