"The environment is currently one of the major battlefields over the shape of the global economy, on a par with armed conflicts and calls for urgent and immediate action," one expert told Newsweek.
Galante spoke to Newsweek about encountering leopards, elephants and accidentally netting a crocodile in his search for the critically endangered Pondicherry
Scientists hope the research will bring us a step closer to create organs for transplant.
Even a rise in temperature of a degree or two can can increase the number of one particular type of "flesh-eating" bacteria in ocean water, an expert told "Newsweek".
The test could be available to doctors in a couple of years, and may help speed up the creation of treatments.
Scientists studied the potential benefits of 18 different types of exercise.
Chinese scientists observed turtles in labs and in outdoor ponds.
George Billiris says he's thankful his 10-year-old grandson didn't catch the potentially deadly infection.
The approach could tackle gun-crime "without getting into the murky area of individual firearm ownership/carriage," one expert told Newsweek.
One in 10 older people drink to excess, scientists believe.
The plate is thought to have been in the reptile's stomach for up to 40 years.
Researchers studied over 100,000 birth certificates in Washington.
The form of birth control can last for up to five years.
Scientists observed 17-month-old children as they watched puppet shows featuring a protagonist, villain and victim.
The surfer said it was the "craziest thing to have happened to me in my life."
"We saw some more splashing of water, and then the blood started spreading out more," said a witness.
"I was a bawling mess in the room. I was like: 'I could be without a leg at 26,'" the woman said.
Vitamin D regulates a number of genes involved in diabetes, the co-author of the study told Newsweek.
There are more smartphones on the planet than people.
"We did not expect the cleared forest area to ever recover," said a scientist who studied the primates.
"Patterns of eating, and not just what you eat, may be important for achieving a healthy weight," a scientist explained.
"By losing weight, people may be able to stave off aging of their brains and potentially the memory and thinking problems that can come along with brain aging," an author of a new study has said.
"I would recommend that women avoid caffeine during pregnancy," said the author of a new study.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the white-food mouse, the primary carrier of Lyme disease.
"Dangerous and homophobic literature should be kept off the Amazon platform in the best interest of the safety of the public," Dr. Natasha Bhuyan told "Newsweek."
The potentially deadly disease can leave those infected with brain damage.
"Surely can't be a coincidence. Any reports of locusts? Raining frogs?" one person joked.
"I was just confused, lost. I didn't know what was going on. What was going to happen," his mother said.
The women who took part in the study followed a Mediterranean-style diet, by eating more nuts, extra virgin olive oil, fish, white meat and pulses; while cutting their levels of red meat, butter, margarine, and cream.