Antarctic iceberg melting near Earth's equator
Antarctic iceberg melting near Earth's equator
Warm water will likely inundate the iceberg, causing it to disintegrate.
Bomb dropped on Hiroshima was far more dangerous than thought
Bomb dropped on Hiroshima was far more dangerous than thought
Scientists have found evidence that the Hiroshima bomb may have killed many more people than we realize.
Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Researchers have discovered that snowfall in Antarctica has drastically increased.
New medication could help offset hearing loss, study reports
New medication could help offset hearing loss, study reports
A new medication could one day help reduce or eliminate the problems that come from hearing loss.
Vegetables grown in Antarctica for first time
Joseph Scalise - Apr 06, 2018
A new method used to grow crops on Antarctica could one day allow astronauts to get vegetables in space.
 
The brain does create new cells as it ages, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Apr 06, 2018
A new study shows that, despite popular belief, aging brains do create new cells.
 
Birds can "see" magnetic fields, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Apr 05, 2018
Researchers believe they have finally figured out how birds easily navigate around the world.
 
Sudden loss of wealth tied to increased death risk, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Apr 05, 2018
A new study found a direct connection between death risk and sudden loss of wealth.
 
Infants given antibiotics are more likely to develop allergies as children
Joseph Scalise - Apr 04, 2018
A recent study has linked early use of antibiotics in babies to the development of childhood allergies.
 
Second wave of flu epidemic possible this season
Susan Konig - Mar 30, 2018
The CDC warns that a second waver of this season's flu epidemic is possible.
 
Newly discovered organ could be largest in body
Joseph Scalise - Mar 30, 2018
A team of scientists believe they have found a brand new organ known as the interstitium.
 
Low sperm count could mean more than infertility
Joseph Scalise - Mar 20, 2018
A new study shows that low sperm count can be a sign of other health problems beyond infertility.
 
Stephen Hawking, renowned astrophysicist, dead at 76
Zoe Poindexter - Mar 14, 2018
He unraveled the mysteries of the Big Bang and black holes despite a paralyzing nerve disease, and was arguably one of the world's most famous scientists.
 
Diabetes may be five distinct diseases, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Mar 03, 2018
A new study hopes to re-define the different types of diabetes.
 
World's most extensive family tree sheds light on more than 11 generations
Joseph Scalise - Mar 03, 2018
A group of researchers have developed the largest family tree ever assembled.
 
Study suggests eating yogurt could lower your risk of heart attack and stroke
Susan Konig - Feb 24, 2018
A recent study suggests eating yogurt could lower your risk of heart attack and stroke
 
Popularity of electric cars could make ocean water safe to drink
Susan Konig - Feb 19, 2018
Turning the world's oceans into econ-friendly lithium mines may help conversion to electric cars.
 
McDonald's trying to get healthier for kids
Susan Konig - Feb 17, 2018
McDonald's takes part in a new global initiative to make children's meals healthier.
 
Marijuana use may be easier on the brain than alcohol
Susan Konig - Feb 16, 2018
Technology is not able to ascertain the risks of marijuana on the brain as it can alcohol, but it may not be any safer, scientists say.
 
Protecting your family from the flu
Susan Konig - Feb 14, 2018
A pediatrician shares tips on how to prevent your family from getting the flu.
 
Influenza killing up to 4,000 Americans a week
Susan Konig - Feb 12, 2018
Record-high levels of deadly influenza cases are ravaging the country, and experts still aren't entirely sure why.
 
Take a stand at work to lose weight
Susan Konig - Feb 06, 2018
Studies indicate that standing-- rather that sitting-- at work burns more calories and may help prevent heart disease and diabetes, regardless of how much you exercise.