Scientists specify the perfect amount of coffee that people should drink every day: four cups. In a new study, they explain how caffeine can help protect the heart cells from damage.
The Martian dust storm continues to rage, now swallowing up the entire planet and keeping the Opportunity rover silent and out of reach. Unfortunately, this gigantic storm shows no signs of stopping soon.
An itchy, burning lump moving around a woman's face turned out to be a parasitic worm migrating from her eyes to her lips for two weeks. Such worms are usually transmitted to humans and canines from infected mosquitoes.
The majestic Stonehenge is still largely a mystery, but researchers say that the prehistoric monument were built using Pythagoras' theorem. The discovery shines a spotlight on Neolithic builders' great capabilities in astronomy and geometry.
High risk factors and telling HIV symptoms were already in the picture, but doctors failed to give a man an HIV test that could have kept the virus from progressing to AIDS.
A newly discovered fossilized sea animal who lived millions of years ago just received an unusual honor by being named after President Barack Obama. Another was named after acclaimed naturalist David Attenborough.
The popularity of smoking is waning as its rates dropped historically low in the past year. Newly released data showed that adults, high school students, and middle school students all showed a decline in tobacco use in 2017.
A new study dashes the hopes of alien enthusiasts as a supposed UFO crash site on Mars turns out to be just an especially strange natural rock formation born out of explosive volcanic eruptions and billions of years of erosion.
Too much gaming is no longer just a hobby anymore. The Wold Health Organization classifies gaming disorder officially as a mental health condition in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases.
The Trump administration is spearheading the creation of Space Force, a new branch of the military that's designed to take over operations outside of Earth. Not everyone is happy about it, but the president is determined to get it done.
Bobcats tend to be shy and avoid humans, but these animals can be dangerous as evidenced by a recent attack of a rabid animal on a woman in Georgia. Fortunately, DeDe Phillips was able to strangle the bobcat to death.
Mars will be incredibly bright in July and August, venturing closer to Earth than it has been in 15 years. The Red Planet will be visible to sky watchers around the world even to the naked eye.
NIH shuts down the controversial study it is putting together on moderate drinking after a report reveals the unethical practices in its funding. As it turns out, the alcohol industry played a big part behind the scenes of the project.
Scientists' decades-long observations of a supermassive black hole eating a star marked the first time they were able to see the aftermath of the phenomenon: a jetstream visible only in infrared and radio wavelengths.