In a shocking new study, researchers found that weight loss can possibly be contributing to the world's carbon emissions problem.
In the hopes of learning more about how tornadoes form, researchers are flying drones into the eye of the storm, collecting promising weather data that could possibly help forecasters predict the destructive path of these systems.
Scientists have long wondered how our planet came to be covered 70 percent by ocean, and now a new study has found that Earth may have made its own water from within.
They're not psychic, but a group of songbirds can sense future tornadoes from miles away, flying the coop to avoid a devastating storm, according to a new study.
City blackouts could surge with climate change due to more frequent hurricane-related power outages, leaving even New York City, the "city that never sleeps," in the dark, according to a new study.
An Egyptian cemetery that archaeologists have been studying for decades apparently holds more than a million mummies, though where exactly all these burials came from remains a mystery, according to new research.
As scientists continue to monitor the Arctic for changes in the face of climate change, they recently discovered some staggering new information - temperatures in the region are rising twice as fast as anywhere else on Earth, a new NOAA-led report says.
Despite popular belief, humans did not entirely hunt giant lemurs living on Madagascar into extinction thousands of years ago. Ancient DNA has revealed that their small population size is partly to blame, shedding light on what factors put today's modern lemurs at risk, a new study says.
It appears that Mercury, the closet planet to the Sun, is being bombarded by a meteor shower, according to recent research.
Humpback whales are known for their magical songs, crooning most likely as a way to communicate with others, but a new study shows that they even sing for their supper.
Fireflies are known for their luminescent nighttime glow, but how does this phenomenon work? Scientists from Switzerland and Taiwan set out to unravel the mystery.
A new material that acts as a carbon-trapping "sponge" may cut the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and help in the fight against climate change and an increasingly warming world.
To add to the list of factors wreaking havoc on the polluted Great Lakes, an invasive snail species carrying parasites is killing some aquatic birds in the region, and spreading fast, according to reports.
It turns out that you may be able to will yourself to live longer, as feeling younger promotes longevity in older adults, according to a new study.
Air pollution kills more than 100,000 people per year, so by driving cars that run on electricity rather than gasoline we could potentially save lives, according to a new study. In fact, using this renewable energy could reduce air pollution-related deaths by a staggering 70 percent.