Eating French Fries Could Increase the Risk of Earlier Death
French fries or other fried potato products linked to increase risk of earlier death.
Our Sun Was Likely Born in Binary System, Losing Its Twin Star Later
Our sun, like other stars in the universe was born in multi-star system and most likely lost its twin along the way.
Dutch Fishermen Catch Two-Headed Porpoise Near The Netherlands
Fishermen caught first ever conjoined porpoise twins.
Having a Fever During Pregnancy May Increase the Likelihood of Autism
Women who came down with fever during pregnancy have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with autism spectrum disorder.
Pollution Caused by Summer Wildfires Significantly Higher Than Previously Thought
Wildfires released pollutants at a rate three times as high as levels the EPA recorded.
Fancy Names, Indulgent Ingredients Could Make People Eat More Vegetables
Simply giving vegetables fancy names or indulgent descriptions could make it more appealing to people
Over 2 Billion People in the World Are Overweight, Obese
Obesity continues to rise in many countries, even in those regions that were historically known for food shortages
Baking in Space Could Soon Be Possible With Crumb-Free Bread, Special Oven
Baking a bread in space could soon be possible with the help of special oven and dough mixture.
Scientists Map Out DNA Damage Caused by Cigarette Smoking
With the positive result of their study, the researchers claim that their new method can also be used DNA damage caused by other environmental toxins.
Hubble Telescope Could Now Determine the Mass of White Dwarf
Astronomers used the sharp vision of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to measure the mass of a dead star known as "white dwarfs".
New Leukemia Drug Shows Promising Results
Researchers from Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah have developed a new drug that can potentially be used as a standalone or combination treatment against a common blood cancer.
Dry Drowning: You Can Actually Drown Even After Leaving the Water
Rare kind of drowning nearly killed a child in Colorado.
Moderate Consumption of Alcohol May Negatively Affect the Brain
People who moderately consume alcohol are more likely to develop brain changes associated with Alzheimer's disease and dementia than those who drink lightly or don't drink at all.
This Newly Developed Software Tool Can Easily Identify Fake Online Profiles
Newly developed software tool is capable of detecting social media users with fake profiles.