Global Analysis Reveals Increased Mortality Rate Linked to Wildfire Pollution
The first comprehensive study of the global impact of wildfire-related pollution on deaths relates short-term exposure to fine particulate matter in the air and all-cause, respiratory, and cardiovascular mortality across cities and regions around the world.
Mystery Behind Sudden Mass Deaths of Bald Eagles 27 Years Ago Finally Explained
Scientists had spent decades to determine what caused the massive deaths of bald eagles in southeastern U.S. long time ago, not until recently when new research was able to identify the disease that significantly impaired the birds in the past 27 years.
Heroic Dog Receives First Honorary Rescue for Saving Life of 90-Year-Old Woman
For ages, domestic animals have been a part of human existence. A four-year-old dog named Baekgu saved his owner from near death when his owner collapsed in a rice field.
World’s Largest Plant Designed to Convert Carbon Dioxide to Rock is Now Operational in Iceland
The world's first and largest climate-positive direct air capture and storage plant in the Geothermal Park in Hellisheidi, Iceland has just become operational, designed to suck up and store carbon dioxide underground.
Giant Apex Predator Twice the Length of the T. Rex, Existed 90 million Years Ago
Science reveals that the dreaded Tyrannosaurus or T. Rex was actually not always at the top of the food chain. About 90 million years ago, a giant apex predator twice the length of a T. Rex existed.
Brazilian Pit Viper Venom Found to be 75% Effective Against COVID-19
Scientists recently found that one of America's most dreaded snakes could be an effective ally in fighting against COVID-19, stopping the virus' replication by up to 75 percent.
Cats Found to Have 7 Distinct Personality Traits, New Research
For someone who doesn't share much adoration with cats, you might find their personalities rather complex. In defense to this, they do have distinct personality and behavioral patterns that can be defined by seven traits, according to science.
Study: Seeing Blue Spaces Can Help You Feel Better About Your Body Image
According to a recent study, looking at rivers and other 'blue spaces' might help you feel better about yourself by restoring psychological resources like body images.
Intense Tornado Demolishes Largest Dairy Farm in New Jersey
An intense tornado that hit New Jersey on Tuesday destroyed the state's largest dairy farm. This same tornado was one among others that thrashed through New Jersey and Pennsylvania during the past week's storm.
Incest Between Arctic Polar Bears Now Alarmingly Common Due to Climate Change
According to research, Arctic Sea ice is disappearing at such a fast rate that "incest" among polar bears is becoming more prevalent as habitats become smaller and more isolated.
3D-Printed Skeletons of Coral Reefs Lure Diverse Marine Life to Grow
A technologist from Bay Area, San Francisco builds coral scaffolding using a 3D printer that 'holds promise' to establishing new corals, supporting marine life.
'You Bloody Fool': Talking Duck Spotted in Australia Imitating Caretaker's Phrase
Adult musk ducks reared in captivity can replicate sounds they heard as hatchlings. Sounds like a door slamming, a guy sneezing or even a catchphrase like "You bloody fool!" from a caretaker could be one of them.
Dragonflies Head North Across Britain and Ireland Because of Climate Change
As temperatures increase, dragonflies, are migrating northwards throughout Britain and Ireland. According to new research, more than 40% of species have grown their range since 1970, while just around 10% have decreased.
1 Dead, 7 Infected by Vietnamese Man Who Was Found Guilty Spreading COVID-19
A court had found a Vietnamese man guilty for spreading COVID-19 virus in the country and sentenced him 5 years in jail.
Plastic Waste in Freshwater Lakes Turned Into Colonies of Freshwater Algae
New research found that plastic pollution in freshwater such as lakes provides habitat for microscopic algae in a matter of just two weeks. Researchers from University of Nottingham explored impacts of plastic waste on colonies of algae within freshwater ecosystems.