Oldest Human Cancer Found in 1.7-Million-Year-Old Bone
Ancient bone in South Africa was found to have cancer, providing evidence that cancer is not a modern disease as previously thought.
Zika Update: U.S. to Expect More Cases of Locally Transmitted Zika as Florida Numbers Rise
With an increasing number of affected individuals in Florida, health officials warn against the possibility of more cases of locally transmitted Zika in the U.S. going forward.
Plant-Based Protein Will Make You Live Longer, Study Says
A new study suggests that a red meat diet may be linked to higher risk of death. Plant-based protein, however, reduces this risk.
Scientists Predict Autism Using New Machine Learning
Scientists have developed a machine-learning approach that would help in predicting which genes could cause autism.
CDC Warns Against Opioid Substitute Kratom
CDC warns against kratom, an opioid substitute, and suggests an emerging public health threat.
5 Most Bizarre Tourist Sites in the World
Bloody waterfalls and a methane lake? These tourist destinations provide evidence on how weird nature could get.
Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide into New Usable Fuel Source
Scientists discovered a way to turn carbon dioxide into usable energy source through the use of sunlight.
Scientists Discover New Virus That Cause Beak Deformities in Birds
Scientists have found the virus that causes the mysterious deformities in wild birds in the U.S.
Mini-Brains? Scientists Grow Rice Grain-Sized Brains to Aid Parkinson’s Research
Scientists grow brains the size of rice grains to help researchers develop treatments for Parkinson’s disease and other aging-related brain diseases.
FDA Approves Synthetic Marijuana in Liquid Form
The FDA recently approved a new synthetic THC product in liquid form to be used for treating ailments.
Watch: Aussie Bricklaying Robot Could Build a Home in 2 Days
Hadrian the robot does the job of building a house a lot faster than a skilled human bricklayer.
Natural Antibiotic Found in Human Nose Could Fight Superbug
Scientists have discovered a natural antibiotic in the human nose, and this could be the solution for infection-causing bacteria.
One Minute of Secondhand Pot Smoke Could Damage Blood Vessels, Study Says
A new study found that one-minute exposure to secondhand marijuana smoke may damage blood vessels.
U.S. Spy Satellite Blasts Off For Secret Mission in Space
A new U.S. reconnaissance satellite blasted into space to begin its top-secret mission.