Every year, 300,000 people get afflicted with Lyme disease in the United States. The summer months are especially notorious for this disease, so it's important to be aware of its prevention, symptoms, and treatment.
A drug used to treat osteoporosis turns out to have a potentially wonderful side effect: a cure to baldness. If it holds up in clinical trials, this discovery could be the key in treating hair loss for men and women.
A runny nose is nothing to worry about — or is it? One woman found that her runny nose was actually a sign that her brain fluid was leaking.
NASA offers a bird's eye view of the volcanic fissures spilling lava and gas on Hawaii's surface and devastating the community. There are currently 14 fissures that cracked the ground open along Kilauea's East Rift Zone.
If there is extraterrestrial life out in the cosmos, Breakthrough Listen's upgraded Parkes telescope will find it. The SETI initiative begins the hunt, sifting through billions of stars in hopes of spotting signs of aliens.
What will happen when the sun dies? Humans will be long gone from Earth at that point, but it has been an ongoing debate among scientists for decades.
A woman on a flight to Cleveland suddenly collapsed from a severe allergic reaction mid-flight. Two doctors jumped into action to save her life, one of whom is from Cleveland Clinic, where she was headed to treat her autoimmune disease.
Walmart rewrites their policies to try and help curb opioid abuse in the United States. New regulations include a seven-day limit to supply and electronic prescriptions.
It's the sobering downside of global travel. A new study explored tourism's effects on the environment, finding that it's responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Catch Jupiter at its most stunning and brightest on Tuesday, May 8. The gas giant will be in opposition, reaching its closest encounter with Earth in the year and appearing brighter than ever.
As Yale University scientists successfully reanimated over 100 pig brains, questions arise in the ethics of resurrection. Researchers said the process could be done on primates, including humans.
A 28-year-old man in Britain nearly died from his bad habit of biting his nails. Doctors diagnosed him with sepsis, a condition when the immune system attacks the body, potentially leading to death.
Gray hair can be an indication of an infection. In a recent study, researchers found an interesting link between the loss of hair color and the immune system.
Extraterrestrial life may be trapped in the super-Earths unable to leave, which is why humans haven't run into alien life yet. New research says bulky planets make space travel much harder for aliens.