The asteroids were larger than previously thought.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning on Thursday.
Tree shrews are a small mammal species native to southeast Asia.
Special neurons may be able to reset your internal clock.
A deadly heat wave poses another health risk for survivors still trapped inside their homes.
The henge likely dates from somewhere between 3,150 B.C. and 2,500 B.C.
Wildlife officials relocated the animals to protect them from poachers who want their horns.
Novichok kills by disrupting communication between nerves and muscles or nerves in the brain.
High-profile users from Trump to Oprah suffered huge losses following a cull of suspicious accounts.
National Park Service spokespeople said the bizarre incident violated federal park policies.
"There are 180 inhabitants, and we are very concerned and afraid," one resident said.
“I think the main thing that we are trying to do is improve health, not lifespan. An increase in lifespan could be a nice side effect.”
A new analysis found NASA exploratory spacecraft might have detected evidence of life on Mars decades ago—but the results were likely destroyed before they made it to Earth.
An Iowa woman dropped her smartphone more than 1,000 feet out of an airplane, but after using the Find my iPhone app feature, she located the device without a single scratch.
Ötzi is the oldest naturally preserved ice mummy.
Most new diseases that humans get come from animals.
Scientists captured a colossal iceberg on video, as it broke free from a glacier in eastern Greenland, giving viewers around the world a visual depiction of how sea levels are rising.
And that's not the only way it uses bacteria.
A maximum-security prison in Washington state was looking for new activities to improve the mental health of inmates serving long-term sentences.
Guidelines for defining high blood pressure have been lowered, and millions more people will be diagnosed with the condition and recommended for treatment.
Some have defended the Tesla founder, while others believe it's a PR stunt.
“All of astronomy since the dawn of time has been using light,” one researcher told Newsweek. “Now we want to see what the universe looks like in neutrinos.”
Europe seems to be the most heavily affected area.
On Friday, the Moon will obscure a chunk of our star.
The ghost dunes could provide clues to Mars’s past climate, and may even contain evidence of ancient life, researchers say.
The tiny space rocks passed a third of the distance to the moon.
Study finds incidences of speeding and driving infractions increased significantly the same weekend of a "Furious" film release.
In the days after the destruction, neighbors could be seen sifting through the debris and helping each other carry waterlogged furniture to curbsides.
Researchers found that HIV-positive children were four times as likely as kids without HIV to experience sitting, walking, standing and speaking delays.
Scientists found that students in dorms who have air conditioning in heat waves do better on cognitive tests than students who live with the hot temperatures.