The hulking asteroid, more than 3,300 feet across, will speed past Earth at around 45,000 miles per hour on Tuesday.
A third of U.S. adults say they get less than seven hours' sleep a night. If you're one of them, read on to find out what the sleep specialists told Newsweek about how to catch more Zs.
The full Wolf Moon will appear in a matter of days as the first full moon of the year—and yes, its name refers to the behavior of wolves.
The University of Exeter study, which could not verify if the people were infectious, comes as the CDC has cut its minimum isolation time to five days.
The dog-themed meme token rose on Friday morning shortly after the Tesla and SpaceX CEO confirmed the move which he had teased in December.
A man has claimed that he lost over an inch in size from his penis as some urologists link COVID to erectile dysfunction.
The gene, MCR-9.1, can fight back against the last-resort drug colistin and was identified in a sample from a Georgia wastewater treatment plant.
The teenager's mother Marcia Boscardin said her daughter was the love of her life, and confirmed the news with "great pain."
The asteroid, called 2022 AC4, passed within a quarter of the distance to the moon as it sped by our planet.
A video clip of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly chasing a fellow ISS crew member as part of birthday shenanigans has gone viral this week.
The students came across the highly energetic cosmic event while scanning through decades-old telescope data.
The former adult film actor said she would "likely remain in hospital" until her treatment for the condition, which affects the body's nervous system, is complete.
It's thought that T cells may provide longer-lasting protection against coronavirus than their protective counterparts—antibodies.
The boiling planet, which has a surface temperature of 4,000 F and is over 1,000 light-years from Earth, orbits its star in less than a day.
Wynter Ho said she looks at life "way differently" after spending seven months in the hospital due to COVID complications.
The popular Golden Girls star experienced a stroke six days before she died on December 31, according to her death certificate.
The variant, purportedly a mixture of Delta and Omicron, most likely does not exist and is the result of a standard lab error, virologists have told Newsweek.
Saget, who was found dead January 9, once said of scleroderma: "It is incredibly painful to have a loved one experience a condition like this."
Walensky said it was "encouraging news in the context of Omicron" that most deaths caused by the COVID variant were in people with at least four comorbidities, prompting people to tweet "#MyDisabledLifeIsWorthy."
The telescope has been photographed from Earth preparing to fully deploy the primary mirror that will help it to look further back in time than ever before.
The comet that spent 35,000 years traveling over 300 billion miles toward us is now heading out of the solar system forever.
Engineers tested the idea of putting cameras on board the space telescope to monitor its deployment, but decided they would have presented some problems.
Cases of flu in the U.S. are on the increase, the CDC has said, as reports emerge of people catching that virus and COVID at the same time.
The Caribbean island is yet another destination to be assigned a level 4 travel notice by the CDC due to the number of COVID cases there.
The mission marks the first launch of an exciting year for space exploration with NASA's SLS and SpaceX's Starship debuts all upcoming.
The world's largest cryptocurrency was down to its lowest level in months, while the U.S. stock market also dipped.
Angela Morey said her son's eye "looked like it was going to explode" after he caught COVID before Christmas.
52-year-old Andrew Pugh thought he was a "hero" for not getting vaccinated, but now says other people "don't want to end up like me" after he was admitted to intensive care.