Loneliness is becoming an epidemic in the United States, a new study shows. Researchers discovered an alarming number of people suffer from loneliness, especially Generation Z and millennials.
Stephen Hawking's final research paper solves a key problem in the multiverse theory, offering a new concept of an eternal inflation that's scaled down and finite. The paper is coauthored by Thomas Hertog.
Katie Holley from Florida woke up one night with a cockroach buzzing inside her ear. It took over a week and two trips to the doctor to get it all out.
Fast food and fruit play a big role in helping couples get pregnant more quickly, a new study reveals. The research also explores the role of diet in potential infertility.
The planet reaches a sobering milestone as the average carbon dioxide concentrations soar higher than they've ever been. Carbon dioxide is the most prevalent greenhouse gas heating up the planet.
A new poll reveals that many senior citizens enjoy an active sex life past 65. However, few older adults talk about their sexual activity with medical practitioners.
Flat Earthers converge at the Flat Earth Convention, exchanging far-fetched explanations on the shape of the planet. One theory suggests the Earth acts like the game 'Pac-Man,' transporting people from one end of the planet to another.
A woman bogged down with an abnormally large tumor is now expecting a full recovery after Danbury Hospital surgeons successfully completed a five-hour surgery to remove it. The benign tumor is one of the largest known tumors to be removed.
Hawaii pushes for a historic environmental law as state lawmakers pass the first ever bill to ban harmful sunscreen from its shores in an effort to protect the coral reefs. The legislation now awaits the signature of the governor.
The only all-black female team to make it to the final stage of the NASA high school science competition faced racism from social media users, prompting the agency to shut down online voting.
NASA is slated to launch the latest Mars lander InSight on Saturday, May 4. The lander is designed to study marsquakes and help scientists learn more about the origins of rocky planets such as Earth and Mars.
Sounding rockets light up the sky ahead of July 4.
The first record of two supermassive black holes orbiting each other has finally been confirmed.
With so much asteroids speeding through space, is a crash imminent?