Rising Sea Levels, Sea Floor Erosions Could Negatively Affect Coral Reefs, Coastal Communities
Rising sea levels, partnered by sea floor erosions, have already increased the water depths more than what scientists previously thought.
High Intake of Diet Sodas Linked to Higher Risk of Dementia, Stroke
Drinking diet sodas in a daily basis can have a negative impact on mental health.
PETA Files Another Complaint Against Carolina Roadside Zoo Due to Possible Animal Negligence [Video]
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has once again filed a complaint against the roadside Tregembo Animal Park due to possible animal negligence.
Antarctica's Seasonal Meltwater Networks More Extensive Than Previously Thought
Nearly 700 seasonal meltwater systems of interconnected channels, ponds and braided streams found in Antarctica.
How Will You Die During an Asteroid Strike? Researchers Rank Impacts of Asteroid Strike Based on Destructive Power
Wind blast and pressure shock waves are the most deadly effects of asteroid strikes, accounting for more than 60 percent of lives lost.
High-Salt Diet Could Stimulate Your Appetite, Increasing Your Hunger
High sodium diet will most likely make you hungrier, instead of making you thirsty.
Aggressive Combination of Drug Treatment, Local Therapy Shows Promise as Cure for Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Aggressive combination of systemic therapy and local therapy can potentially cure patients with metastatic prostate cancer.
Certain Components in Frogs' Skin Mucus Could Kill Flu Virus
Certain components in frogs' skin mucus have the ability to kill the H1 variety of the dreaded influenza virus.
'River Piracy': How Climate Change Diverted the Flow of Glacial Slims River in Just a Few Months
The glacial retreat caused the glacial lake that fed the Slims River to change its outlet.
Astronomers Detect Supermassive Black Hole at the Center of 2 Ultra-Compact Dwarf Galaxies
The presence of supermassive black holes at the center of dwarf galaxies is more common than previously thought.
About 13.1 Million People Could Be Displaced by Rising Sea Levels, Study Suggests
Mass migration induced by the rising ocean waters could reshape the population distribution in the United States.
ALERT: Fragments of Zika Virus RNA Discovered in Asian Tiger Mosquito in Brazil
Asian tiger mosquito may potentially become an additional vector for the virus.
Is This the End? Damage to the Great Barrier Reef Reaches New Extreme, Becoming Irreversible
The amount of damage taken by the Great Barrier Reef from the back-to-back bleaching events has already reached new extreme, and becoming more and more irreversible.
Move Over, Pluto: Distant Icy Object 'DeeDee' Qualifies as Solar Sytem's Newest Dwarf Planet
"DeeDee" have enough mass to maintain spherical shape, making it a qualified as a dwarf planet.