James Klemovich, a 76-year-old diabetic from Colorado, survived for 10 days by melting and drinking snow after his car became trapped.
Obese patients with diabetes may benefit more from weight-loss surgery than standard treatment, according to two new studies
Researchers discovered a 3 million year old fossilized foot that shows two prehuman species coexisted
Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, located the engines from the Apollo 11 rocket that brought Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the moon in 1969 14,000 feet underwater.
Women who have one alcoholic drink per day are 5 percent more likely to develop breast cancer, according to a new study. That risk increases with higher consumption.
The odds of winning the $500 million Mega Millions jackpot is 1 in 176 million. How unlikely is that? Click through the slideshow to see what is more likely to happen than you hitting it big.
The long-fingered frog was recently discovered after being thought extinct for over 60 years. Here are some other species that were thought to be extinct.
Unroasted coffee extract may help you lose weight, according to a new study
Studies have shown that chili peppers can lower cholesterol and improve blood flow - and scientists now know why.
Eating your baby's placenta may be good for you, according to a new study
Astronomers discovered a solar system that appears to have been created 12.8 billion years ago - less than a billion years after the big bang
Richard Lee Norris received the 23rd facial transplant on March 19.
A new plastic that heals itself when damaged could pave the way for a suite of self-fixing products.
Sitting for 11 hours or more per day raises the your risk of dying by 40 percent, according to a new study.
The extinction of Australia's giant animals was caused by hunting, not climate change, a new study concludes.
Drug-resistant tuberculosis is becoming a widespread problem, according to a WHO researcher.
Secondhand smoke and bed sharing are major risk factors for SIDS, according to a new study.
Beef Products Inc., maker of the controversial pink slime, suspended operations at three of its four plants on Monday.
Oversleeping is linked to health problems such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease, according to several studies.
Does a patient's environment play a role in their recovery? While some studies say yes, others are still skeptical.
The fastest objects in the galaxy might be a planet fly through space at 30 million mph, according to a new study.
Dissolvable tobacco use may reduce the risks that come from smoking, but could lead to more overall tobacco use, according to a report by an FDA panel
Jupiter's core may be melting, which could offer an explanation as to why a recently discovered Jupiter-like planet is so dense, despite being a similar size, according to a new study.
The monarch butterfly population has steadily declined since 1997. Unless something is done, the butterfly could be lost forever, researchers said.
Very little is known about the oceans. Researchers are trying to change that through the use of underwater robots.
Researchers found a potential cause for baldness that could lead to an effective drug in five years, according to a new study.
Congressional estimates of the cost of obesity are far too low, according to a new report.
Madagascar may have been accidently colonized by Indonesian women 1,200 years ago, according to a new study.
Patients with a large difference in blood pressure between arms is are at a higher risk of dying early, according to a new study.
Noise pollution has a cascading effect on ecosystems, according to new research.