U.K. researchers discovered troubling facts about men suffering from eating disorders and why they are slow to recognize symptoms and seek help.
Research has shown that Washington sea otters can carry influenza viruses, but they did not become infected by humans.
Andrew Neiderman has announced a new book as part of the “Flowers in the Attic” Dollanger series, which will be broken up in two parts.
A new study has found that a diet rich in fats and processed foods has a negative effect on our motivation and energy levels.
A new study highlights relationship troubles caused by spending too much time on social media platforms.
New research has determined that those suffering from sleep disorders under the age of 40 are at a higher risk of having a stroke.
Severe weather is pounding parts of the U.S Monday morning, as warnings of thunderstorms and flash flooding is underway.
German based researchers have taken innovation one step further with their creation of a robotic kangaroo, that even hops and moves like the animal.
Science builds a strong argument as to why you should eat dark chocolate to improve your health.
Ebola is responsible for killing at least 80 people in Guinea, so what are authorities doing to contain the deadly virus?
Researchers in the UK treated a small group of patients suffering from depression, here is what they discovered.
Kids as young as 8 are training to be boxers in Cuba, the dangers of the sport appear to outweigh the possibility of success.
Fist-sized robots are being developed with the intention to help astronauts in case of emergency with surgery.
New research may have finally solved the question which has been debated for centuries, why does a zebra have black and white stripes?
A new study has found that 1 in 3 children have high cholesterol, which is a major concern when considering that this could lead to heart disease as they enter adulthood.
A so-called ‘reporter’ posted an article about Amazon opening their first store at The International Space Station, turns out it was for April Fool’s Day.
Season 4 of ‘Game of Thrones’ will air April 6th - what can fans of the hit show can expect this season?
A new study has revealed the statistics for plastic surgeries in 2013. Breast lifts are on the rise, though implants are often preferred.
Until now, interns at the Tribeca Film Festival worked unpaid: Christopher Zara explains why this year they are doing things differently.
The low-carb diet trends may have more benefits then shrinking your waistline, as research is discovering there is a clear link between diet quality and mental health.
Making shock-waves in the science and space community is the discovery of a giant asteroid that like Saturn and other gas planets has rings.
Around the world, the number one reason for work disability is back pain and the problems it can cause.
A six-year-old boy has started to make his dream of working for NASA a reality with an online petition to help the agency with its budget cuts.
A new study reveals that violence in video games leads to violence in kids' behavior, but how effective was the research method?
A new study has revealed that being lazy may just led you to be healthier, but before you sit down and relax you should listen to all the facts.
AMC has released its official ‘Walking Dead’ survival kit with ‘First My Family’ we test it out, and let you know if you should buy it.
Time to celebrate as a new study reveals the health benefits of drinking tequila, thanks to agave, a natural sweetener used in the liquor.
Time to celebrate, as a new study reveals the health benefits of drinking tequila, thanks to agave, a natural sweetener used in the liquor.
A six year old boy has started to make his dream of working for NASA a reality with an online petition to help them with their budget cuts.
New research has shown that the rise of social media and selfies has led to an increase in facial surgeries and procedures.