Bird's flight ability may serve as one of the best predictors of egg shapes.
Hydrogen sulphide, which is used in stink bombs, repair the damage done to the inner lining of blood vessels, according to scientists at Exeter University.
A new study reveals that eating at least one egg as part of one's daily diet could result to a 12 percent reduction in the risk of stroke.
A new study from the Purdue University reveals that adding eggs to vegetable salads can promote better absorption of Vitamin E in the body.
A multi-state salmonella outbreak currently rampant in Kansas, Missouri and Illinois has been traced back to eggs distributed by Good Earth Egg Co. LLC from Missouri.
Burn patterns evident on eggshells belonging to ancient, 500-pound flightless Australian birds were recently found by researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder. This suggests early humans hunted the bird and collected its eggs to cook.
Fossils of a 508 million-year-old shrimp-like creature known as "Waptia" were discovered in China carrying several eggs with embryos. This find represents the earliest known evidence of brood care, researchers say.
A study of the porosity of ancient archosaur eggshells is tipping scientists off about the kinds of nests they once called home.
Rare wood turtle eggs were recently unearthed during a backyard renovation in Nova Scotia. Thanks to the homeowner's care, the eggs were able to fully develop, and the hatchlings have made it safely to the nearest pond where they will hibernate through winter.
Cowbirds lay their eggs in other birds' nests, leaving them to care and feed their offspring. However, a recent study found that the cowbird's parenting doesn't necessarily end there.
Researchers found that the presence of hawks keeps Mexican jays away from black-chinned hummingbirds' nests. The small hummingbirds fly under the hawks' radar, while the jays have to fly higher to avoid being eaten.