Unfortunately, tick season is officially here. And, according to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, summer 2017 is going to be our biggest tick-fest yet.
32 square feet of sea ice in the Arctic lost for every metric ton of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
An intense heat will spread across the U.S. over the next few days, with some places forecasted to reach above average temperatures.
Summer is here, which means vacation time for most Americans. Here are 10 of the best vacation destinations in the U.S. you can visit this summer.
Summer not only means hitting the beach and taking out of town trips, but it also means more exposure to skin damage.
The consequences of global warming are quite evident this year as winter disappeared early and summer kicked in earlier than usual in a number of countries.
A suspicious number of young starlings have drowned recently in Europe. While researchers are still unsure why groups of juvenile birds have been drowning, they believe they have some ways to help the inexperienced wild animals access water safely.
It's allergy season, and as if everyone wasn't sneezing and wheezing enough, now new research says that allergy attacks could increase with climate change as the notorious ragweed pollen spreads.
US honeybee populations continue to suffer - the reason for which still eludes scientists - as new research has revealed that their numbers have dropped more than 40 percent during the year spanning April 2014 to April 2015.
With summer nearly a month away, there's a reason everyone is anticipating its arrival. The sun is always shining, school's out, you lay on the beach and tan, and you just feel better. Well, the latter may be because people are generally healthier in the summer.
Spring officially started last Friday evening, even if a good majority of folks in the north were still seeing snow on the ground and ice on the roads. And while these last legs of chilly weather may seem to indicate that spring has been pushed back, the reality is that the season is actually shortening, with summer expected to come earlier than ever before this year.
NOAA global climate data has revealed that this past summer was likely the hottest the Earth has experienced in more than 130 years. Interestingly, a great many regions are also reporting at least one record cold temperature during this season, showing just how complicated climate change is.
Climate change is making it harder to avoid blistering temperatures, and by the end of the century, many US cities will begin to feel the heat.
A bear cub that was recently rescued from a bear bile farm in Vietnam is now enjoying life on a sanctuary, splashing in the sun.