An Asian insect that has invaded Florida orange groves is destroying farmers' orange crops, thereby threatening the entire orange juice industry.
A colossal iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan - one of the largest in existence - has been under close watch since it detached from Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier (PIG) in July.
Retirees who regularly spent time online were about a third less likely to suffer from depression when compared to peers who refrained from it, a new study shows.
Women who share sex toys and have the potentially cancer-causing human papillomavirus, or HPV, may be putting their partners at risk, a study from the Indiana University School of Medicine suggests.
A child's risk for autism rapidly increases with mothers who are over the age of 30, a recent study indicated.
The antimicrobial ingredient triclosan, used in soaps, toothpastes and other products, as well as the commercial substance octylphenol, promoted the growth of human breast cancer cells in lab dishes and breast cancer tumors in mice.
After decades of mystery, scientists have discovered the source of the ocean "quack" heard from the depths of the Southern Ocean. The culprit, according to a study published in the journal Biology Letters, is the Antarctic minke whale.
Roger Pontz of Michigan can now see again after years of almost complete blindness thanks to his new "bionic eye," according to a report by The Associated Press.
Two experimental drugs may help prevent migraines, according to the American Academy of Neurology's preliminary findings.
Incoming asteroids slam into the Earth's atmosphere surprisingly often, some of them as powerful as nuclear bombs, a new time-lapse video illustrates.
The International Bird Rescue said Monday that it is offering $2,500 for information on whoever is responsible for slashing the throat pouch of a California pelican.
A Pennsylvania patient will be charged with allegedly dealing heroin from her intensive care unit (ICU) hospital bed, Greensburg City police reported.
Astronomers stumbled upon an "upside-down planet" that offers a new method for studying binary star systems.
This Earth Day, NASA is inviting people across the world to celebrate the "green" holiday by sending in selfies it will then assemble into a composite image of Earth.