Baby lobsters from the Gulf of Maine have had their number reduced by half since 2007 - a phenomenon that has scientists puzzled since the population of adult lobsters remains near a record high, Reuters reported.
Vermont passed a law Wednesday requiring the labeling of foods with genetically engineered (GE) ingredients.
Prohibiting tobacco smoking in public workplaces and other public spaces may substantially improve public health by reducing heart disease and death, according to research presented at the American College of Cardiology's 63rd Annual Scientific Session.
Research headed by Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) aims to untangle Brazil's controversial Forest Code, the details of which are published in the journal Science.
Greenland is losing ice from part of its territory at an accelerating rate - faster than previously thought - suggesting that the icecap is growing increasingly unstable, according to a study in Nature Climate Change.
Researchers at Washington State University Spokane have developed a new detection method for nabbing drivers nodding off behind the wheel.
Daily vitamin D supplements are of no help in reducing the risk of falls among the elderly, recent research concludes.
Drinking more coffee may lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new research from Harvard University, published Thursday in the journal Diabetologia, suggests.
A new cell therapy targeting B cells, a type of white blood cell in the immune system, may help combat multiple sclerosis (MS), research published by the American Academy of Neurology suggests.
A new computer program, which functions like airport security technology, may help doctors decide on appropriate stroke treatments for patients, according to a study published in the journal Neuroimage Clinical.
In a sort of paradox fashion, research published in the journal Science found that increased levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere cause soil microbes to produce more carbon dioxide, accelerating climate change.
A new study confirms that the odds of storm tides overflowing the Manhattan seawall have risen 20-fold from 170 years ago, and the Big Apple should brace for serious flooding in the future.
NASA Chief Charles Bolden told attendees at the Humans to Mars Summit held Tuesday that a manned mission to Mars is necessary for human survival.
US dollar bills from New York City house over 3,000 bacteria, some found on human hands, mouths, and even vaginas, ABC News reported.