India has been going through a deadly heat wave. A chameleon was trying to drink out of a dry faucet when the tropical sun mummified him on the spot.
HIV patients who smoke were twice more likely to die from their tobacco use than the infection itself.
A teen died last April after consuming three caffeinated drinks over the course of about two hours.
Sodimejo had been preparing for his death since he was 122 and a gravestone was made for him in 1992.
Female dragonfies fake their own death to avoid being sexually harassed by unwanted suitor.
Scott Van Zyl, a notorious wildlife hunter was confirmed to have been eaten by crocodiles that ironically were his targets during a hunting expedition.
Wind blast and pressure shock waves are the most deadly effects of asteroid strikes, accounting for more than 60 percent of lives lost.
When he was found, holes were burnt on his shirt and strips of skin and flesh were missing where the necklace had scorched his neck.
The coins were supposed to be for goodluck, but it ended up killing a precious creature.
Older adults who have children were more likely to live a little longer than those who don't have any children.
The mysterious surge in the dead patient's brain activity lasted for at least 10 minutes.
The reptile died of internal hemorrhage as it was hit directly on the head with big rocks and slabs. Photos of the gory incident were also posted online.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
The rate of death due to drug overdose in the country has nearly tripled in just 15 years.
Packing the recommended amount of weekly exercise in just one or two session could have the same beneficial effects when it comes to reducing the risk of all-cause mortality as to what regular weekly exercise offers.