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“'What’s your zip code?’ is fast becoming one of the most important things your doctor could ask you.
“Malicious actors” could abuse the feature to scrape public profile information, Facebook admitted.
The galaxies were around in the early stages of the universe, 13 billion years ago.
"I think people didn't really think about [phosphorus]" in comparison to ingredients like carbon and water, Greaves told Newsweek. "It's kind of a nice opportunity to go, 'Look, this matters and it's not super hard.'"
A journal that published a new study on the issue has ties to an anti-abortion organization.
Sperm was among the hundreds of things SpaceX sent to the International Space Station.
Scientists do not know the true impact of consuming microplastics. However, there are concerns in some quarters that ingesting these particles may pose a risk to human health.
The novelty of a cool beach carcass wears off when the stinkiness starts.
The black holes surround the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
"The use of Stingrays further erodes the privacy of anyone using a cellphone," one expert told Newsweek.
A bad cold can show you the value of a good nose.
This is the second type of atmospheric wave scientists have identified using data from the August eclipse.
A break from Facebook could have a positive impact on health.
The Facebook CEO will testify after Cambridge Analytica accessed data from about 50 million Facebook users.
The snooping devices are known as 'Stingrays' and are typically purchased by law enforcement.
Researchers recorded an incredible variety of freeform songs over a four year period.
The Hubble Space Telescope's stunning high-resolution images have changed our understanding of the cosmos.
The world's most powerful social network still seems to have a major Russian troll problem.
Scientists are training artificial neural networks to predict the probability of life on other planets.
Doctors do not know why these cases are confined to certain cities, and efforts to raise funding to better study the mystery have so far been unsuccessful.
“It’s just completely bizarre that we should have two planets the same size but opposite ends of the habitability spectrum.”
The hydrogel bandage uses an agent found in seaweed to stop internal bleeding.
Snapchat users reported difficulties using the app Tuesday.
Flying faster than the speed of sound produces shock waves that result in a loud booming sound, but NASA hopes to turn down the volume.
Officials at the CDC said they weren’t expecting to find this many cases.
In a new update Tuesday, Snapchat rolled out video chat and mentions features for users.
Roughly 9 percent of pregnant moms experience gestational diabetes.
Between 2010 and 2016, an area of Antarctica's submerged ice roughly the size of London melted.
Scientists think the galaxy is expanding at about 550 yards per second.
The idea behind Shapeshifter is that a handful of individual units would work together to create a variety of modular designs, each with a different skill.