Several states have announced mask requirements will be phased out as U.S. coronavirus cases fall, although deaths remain on the high side.
Doctors have pushed back after the parents of a child needing heart surgery would not accept blood from people who have been vaccinated against COVID.
A family member told Newsweek that treatments offer hope but that they need to start soon to achieve optimum results and that paying for them is a problem.
The distant cloud of vapor enabled scientists to measure how hot the universe was in its early stages, providing insight into its mysterious expansion.
The adhesive is made partly from a household plastic and can be reused and recycled, according to the lab behind the discovery.
Firefighters helped deliver the baby using a makeshift tent for privacy after the woman's journey to the hospital was delayed by bad weather.
$500,000 has been raised on GoFundMe for 18-year-old Jake Thibeault, who was injured at an ice hockey match in September.
Kryst's mother April Simpkins said her daughter had been internally battling high-functioning depression before her death.
The incredibly popular online word game was recently purchased by The New York Times Company, which has said it will initially remain free.
The storm, caused by a huge release of energy from the sun in the form of a coronal mass ejection, might also interfere with some electronics.
The asteroid, classed as "potentially hazardous" by NASA, poses no danger to Earth but is going to pass unusually close to our planet next month.
How people approach the five-letter guessing puzzle could hint at their day-to-day thought processes, a neuroscience expert told Newsweek.
Chinese researchers say NeoCoV, a relative of the MERS virus, could potentially spread to humans one day—but other experts say it's too early to be alarmed.
Data increasingly suggests the Omicron sub-variant is more transmissible than its BA.1 sibling.
The inaccurate report was shared by people claiming it was evidence that ivermectin could be used to treat COVID-19.
In what was described as a "happy coincidence," the galaxies appear to have merged into the shape of the USS Enterprise.
Leonard caused excitement when it zoomed past Earth last month, and a NASA/ESA spacecraft has studied its trail of debris.
This find brings us a step closer to using artificial suns to provide limitless clean energy.
Booster shots were at least as effective against the new form of Omicron compared with the original, according to early data.
Astronomers discovered a mysterious radio signal relatively close to Earth repeating every 18 minutes. Here are three other signals that remain unexplained.
A study found that people who drank red wine appeared to be less likely to catch COVID than people who drank other types of alcohol or non-drinkers.
Plans for the 5'8" robot were announced in August 2021, with Musk suggesting that a prototype could be built at some point this year.
Some of the exoplanets orbit their stars so tightly they zoom round in less than a day. Others are tantalizingly Earthlike.
In 2020, the DIY home crafts YouTuber said that she had been diagnosed with epithelioid angiomyolipoma, a type of cancer she explained was "very very rare."
Over $61,000 has been raised for the 52-year-old, who has appeared in titles such as "Hancock" and "Better Call Saul."
The Omicron sub-type has been given the "stealth" moniker despite the fact that it will still give a positive COVID test result—here's why.
The study featuring IVF patients is the latest that may allay false fears among some that the COVID vaccine can harm a person's reproductive health.
NASA's telescope, the most powerful to ever launch into space, arrived at its final destination on Monday and will now prepare for its first observations.
The Omicron subtype has caused concern as it may be better at spreading than the original form of the variant, but little is currently known about it.
The "son-of-Omicron" could possibly be faster-spreading than the original type, but there is no evidence yet that it causes more severe disease.