New Butterfly Species Spotted in Israel for the First Time in 109 Years
Researhcers discovered and described first new butterfly species from the territory of Israel in 109 years
Scientists Successfully Cured Diabetes in Mouse Models -- Could Humans Be Next?
Aside from totally curing type 1 diabetes, the new treatment could also allow patients with type 2 diabetes to discontinue their ise of insulin shots.
Exposing Your Baby to Smartphones, Tablets Might Delay Speech Development
The more time a child spent in hand-held screens, the higher the risk of expressive speech delay.
The Future of Space Tech: Femtosatellite Launcher 3-D Printed on the ISS
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have successfully made the first ever satellite launcher 3-D printed in space.
Walking Could Improve Neural Connectivity, Lowering Risk of Alzheimer's in Older Adults
Walking for 30 minutes, four times a week, could potentially increase the capacity of the brain to compensate for the neural pathology associated with Alzheimer's disease.
AIDS Breakthrough: How CRISPR Gene Editing Successfully Eliminated HIV Infection in Animal Models
A team led by researchers from Temple University's Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) and the University of Pittsburg has successfully eliminated HIV infection in animal models using a gene editing technique known as CRISPR.
WATCH: Rare Footage Shows Male Cuttlefish Gallantly Defending His Mate Against Other Male
A fight between two male cuttlefish includes complex interactions and signals.
Eating Avocado Linked With Better Nutrient Intake, Diet Quality
People who eat avocado have higher intake of dietary fiber, good fats, total fats, folate, magnesium, potassium, copper and vitamins A and C.
Mysterious Illness in Liberia Linked to Funeral of Religious Leader, 12 People Dead
Most of the affected people attended the funeral of a religious leader in Greenville, Sinoe County
New Species of Invasive Clam Found in Illinois River
A new form of the invasive clam belonging to genus Corbicula has finally made its way to North America.
One in Three People in the US Experience 'Mini' Stroke, New Survey Shows
One in three adults living in the United States experienced at least one sign consistent with the symptoms of warning stroke or "mini" stroke.
Female Dragonflies Fake Own Death to Avoid Sexual Harassment From Unwanted Suitors
Female dragonfies fake their own death to avoid being sexually harassed by unwanted suitor.
Unemployment Linked to Increased Risk of Death in Patients with Heart Failure
Heart failure patients who were unemployed have 50 percent higher risk of death.
Scientists Successfully Transform Stem Cells Into Cartilage Tissues Using 3-D Bioprinting
Stem cells transformed into cartilage tissues using 3-D bioprinting technology.