Scientists are using birds to figure out how dinosaurs like the T. rex may have walked and run.
High school students who have sexual contact that doesn’t jibe with their sexuality are more likely to attempt suicide.
When NASA launches its new James Webb Space Telescope, it will take a good look at Mars to figure out what went wrong over there.
A genetic analysis shows modern Puerto Ricans are still carrying DNA from the indigenous Taíno people, who were believed to have died out after colonization.
U.S. officials have linked a salmonella outbreak across the U.S. to kratom, a plant that is used to treat pain and anxiety and acts like an opioid.
Young people getting mental health treatment on an inpatient basis might have more serious self-esteem issues.
Rocket launches have always been tremendous displays of power.
We probably wouldn’t freak out if scientists discovered extraterrestrial life.
Women who clean their home hurt their lungs, but scientists did not see the same effect in men.
Scientists plotted the trajectory of the Tesla Roadster Elon Musk shot toward Mars on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket, and its final destination may be back on Earth.
Scientists say the orangutan population on Borneo has sharply declined in the last 16 years, thanks to humans.
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is tracking a storm on Neptune as the vortex shrinks.
The white-letter hairstreak butterfly might be making a comeback in Scotland, as naturalists found eggs from the insect for the first time in more than 100 years.
People who are shorter than average during their childhood could be at a higher risk for having a stroke later on.
An anti-heroin vaccine could stop recovering addicts from overdosing on the opioid.
Sometimes ants are eerily similar to humans and sometimes their behavior is truly bizarre.
Scientists developed a portable optical atomic clock that helped them more accurately measure both time and space on top of a mountain.
A trail of ancient mammoth tracks shows two young animals were caring for an injured adult.
People in Brazil have been poisoning monkeys and beating them to death because they falsely believe the animals will transmit yellow fever.
The herbal drug can have both positive and negative health effects.