"Fatal shark attacks are rare today and the chances of discovering an archaeological case are incredibly small," explained researcher J. Alyssa White.
WalletHub studied the safety and economic impact of teen drivers, licensing requirements and laws to come up with a list of the best states for teen drivers.
"We will find more bodies, and we will not stop until we find all of our children," said Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous First Nations.
Dogs are known as man's best friend—and studies suggest they can even show compassion for their owners in distress.
The article's author, Dr. Donald Moss, said whiteness establishes "entitled dominion" that enables the "host" to have "power without limit, force without restriction, violence without mercy," and increases one's drive to "terrorize."
The study, which focused on rats, mice, and pigs, gives researchers hope that the technique might be applied to humans experiencing respiratory failure.
Newsweek is again partnering with respected global data research firm Statista Inc. to establish a ranking of America's Best Eye Doctors 2021
Researchers are working on a vaccine that could potentially offer protection against coronaviruses beyond the one that is causing the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Democratic presidents are "more willing to heed historical lessons," but Republicans cling to "magical" tax cuts and deregulation theories during economic downturns, states a new economic analysis.
"The brain is one of the regions where virus likes to hide," researcher Mukesh Kumar said. "Once it infects the brain it can affect anything because the brain is controlling your lungs, the heart, everything."
China's president has ordered that all coronavirus research must be approved by a task force before publication, according to internal documents.
MRI scans showed tissue abnormalities in the lungs of 60 percent of patients, in the kidneys of 29 percent, in the hearts of 26 percent and in the livers of 10 percent.
"We encourage Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial," President Donald Trump said during a Thursday press conference.
Among the group studied by Dutch researchers, 67 percent of workers at mink farms developed the coronavirus.
An experiment involving hundreds of cows in Botswana demonstrates how a little paint may provide an effective way to deter lions and leopards.
"Once misinformation has taken hold, it is notoriously hard to correct," said Jeanine Guidry, who led a piece of research into how vaccine lies were previously spreading on Pinterest.
Researchers point to a phenomenon called T-cell memory, which may allow white blood cells to attack variations of viruses they have encountered before.
"We shouldn't be surprised these attacks are happening. What would be surprising is if they stopped," cybersecurity expert Stefan Tanase told Newsweek.
New research suggests that narcissists may be unable to improve poor decision making because they already believe themselves to be perfect decision makers.
"It can glide, hover, and do some amazing aerobatics. It can save energy by flying in a large circle like a regular airplane, but can choose to hover when it needs to," one researcher told Newsweek.
Two new studies find links between Dark Triad personality traits and noncompliance with coronavirus restrictions, although the correlations are minor compared to factors other than personality.
Psychologists at Queen's University in Canada say they have developed a new way to detect when one thought ends and another begins.
The private sector will need to learn how to respond to the current geopolitical climate.
New research from the Boston University School of Law shows that banning employers from asking about past wages can partially close gender and racial wage gaps.
A European research consortium announced Thursday that a supercomputers had identified an existing osteoporosis drug has the potential to be a "promising" treatment for COVID-19.
"This research is flawed in a number of ways and shows a misunderstanding of how Instagram works," the Facebook-owned picture application said.
"Never have super-resolution images been created at this resolution before with this much detail," said Duke University computer scientist and team leader Cynthia Rudin.
National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien said China is likely using espionage to try and steal U.S. coronavirus vaccine research, but he declared American scientists would develop it first.