The U.S. government will spend an additional $51 million this year to ensure that Asian carp don't spread to the Great Lakes.
A new vaccine aimed at heroin users may help addicts kick the habit
More people may have been infected with bird flu than previously thought, making the disease more common and less deadly than previously estimated
Qnexa diet pills are likely to be the first anti-obesity drug to be approved by the FDA after a federal panel backed it by a vote of 20-2
Neutrinos detected moving faster than the speed of light may have been the result of a faulty cable, researchers said.
Researchers discovered the worlds deepest land animal, a kind of insect, 6,500 feet below the ground.
Raw milk is 150 times more likely to make you sick than pasteurized milk, according to a new study.
Seismic activity on the red planet bodes well for the existence of life.
Counterfeit drugs pose a significant threat to public health, but sales of fake drugs grows steadily.
Inhibiting mitochondria fission reduced tumor size dramatically and may lead to a new cancer treatment in the future.
Researchers uncovered a 300 million-year-old forest buried under volcanic ash in China.
Hepatitis C now kills more Americans each year than HIV and many people don't even know they have it.
Scientists looking to reduce the environmental impact that comes from raising animals for slaughter aim to produce a test-tube hamburger by the end of this year.
The newest weapon against antibiotic-resistant bacteria may be located in the Chilean rainforest.
Fracking may not be as dangerous as it's made out to be, according to a new study.
Children who will develop autism show differences in their brain's development as early as 6 months of age, a new study found.
Fruit flies will self-medicate with alcohol when infected with blood-borne parasites in an effort to cure themselves, a new study found.
Foods that use organic brown rice syrup as a sweetener contained high level of arsenic, a toxic element, a new study found.
400 popular lipstick brands contain lead, according to the FDA.
Consumer advocates released their fourth annual ranking of car interiors that included over 200 vehicles produced in 2011-12gave the Civic top pick while both Outlander and the Chrysler 200 SC ranked the worst in interior pollution.
Researchers have shown the stem cell treatment can help heal heart scarring in patients, previously thought to be impossible.
Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, which melted down after the March earthquake, is at risk of being hit with another strong earthquake.
Scientists hunting the elusive Higgs boson say confirmation of the elusive particle will come by the end of 2012.
Patient dumping, refusing emergency treatment of a hospital patient, has been illegal since 1986, but still costs hospitals hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in fines.
Electric cars, heralded as environmentally friendly, may cause more harm to the environment than their gasoline counterparts.
There are more than 88,000 overweight and obese personnel serving in the military, and the number is increasing. The First Lady announced on Friday a program to help curb the service members waistlines by changing the nutritional standards across the board.
Gonorrhea is becoming resistant to common antibiotics, leaving researchers to wonder if there is anyway left to treat the common STD.
The next supercontinent, Amasia, may still be a few hundred million years away, but there have been three others in the past that can give an approximation of what it might look like.
Genetically modified salmon could provide cheaper fish throughout the world. But is it safe to eat?
A new study found the the Philippine tarsier can communicate using high-pitched noise called ultrasound. There are a variety of animals that use this technique to detect food, communicate or ward off predators.