Genital herpes may have met its match, a new industry-sponsored study led by University of Washington researchers suggests.
A wildfire that broke out Thursday morning in a national forest roughly 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles has destroyed more than 1,700 homes and forced the evacuation of dozens of residents.
Heavy drinking during a man's middle-aged years may hasten memory loss by up to six years later on in life, researchers from University College London found in a study of more than 7,000 people.
Birds flying in a V formation position themselves so as to capture as much updraft as possible while avoiding any downdraft, a new study published in the journal Nature determined.
Young peoples' memories are retrieved in higher definition than older individuals, according to a new study published in the journal Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.
Humanity remains on the precipice of catastrophe, according to the Doomsday Clock, which has been kept at a stalwart five minutes to midnight - the same place it stood this time last year.
In addition to determining why fewer planets are seen in star clusters, astronomers have discovered three new planets, including the first ever found orbiting a solar twin in a star cluster.
The rapid thinning of Pine Island Glacier, located on the West Antarctic ice sheet, may be irreversible, an international team of scientists warn.
Included in the nearly 3,000 pounds of cargo that arrived at the International Space Station early Sunday morning was a Peruvian satellite designed by staff and students from Peru's Universidad Alas Peruanas, the Peruvian news site Andina reported.
Solar energy has long been hailed as a clean alternative to fossil fuels, but it comes with a catch: The sun sets. In order to get around this, researchers have developed a system capable of converting the sun's energy into hydrogen fuel that can be stored for later.
Teen boys who view themselves as too skinny despite being a healthy weight are more likely to be depressed, according to two new studies published in Psychology of Men & Masculinity.
By charting an ancient mountain range buried far beneath Antarctic ice, scientists have uncovered a subglacial trough deeper than the Grand Canyon.
The surprising discovery that hind legs evolved from a kind of enhanced hind fin disputes the current belief that mobile rear appendages formed after vertebrates made their way to land.
Orbital Sciences' Cygnus cargo craft arrived at the International Space Station early Sunday morning as part of the company's first resupply mission following a successful test run last September.