Only about 10 percent of patients reported they would be offended by or refuse to answer a question from a doctor about their sexual orientation, a new study showed.
Sirius, we are coming for you.
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Science says we're not picking the most flattering images.
The knees are always the first to go.
"That's here. That's home."
The government is failing to designate marine protected areas off its coast as promised, says a parliamentary report
New findings may one day help researchers develop technologies that could aid people with memory loss.
Neville Smith, 32, rear-ended a Honda as he merged onto a highway before dawn Sunday.
For two days, police have been searching for a missing 5-year-old boy.
The March for Science was not only for people; penguins marched, too.
The space agencies just announced a bold plan to search for aliens on Jupiter’s icy moon through a joint American-European mission
The wax worm caterpillar (Galleria mellonella) can degrade plastic polyethylene bags.
Several avid northern lights watchers who call themselves Alberta Aurora Chasers on Facebook were sharing photographs at a talk when a professor at the University of Calgary noticed something strange. The citizen scientists were referring to a purple streak of light as a "proton arc," but no proton auroras are...
A wiggly, ravenous caterpillar — one that doesn't limit its diet to naturally grown objects — can biodegrade plastic bags, a material infamous for the amount of time it takes to decompose, a new study finds.
Meet "Steve," a strange, new aurora feature discovered by citizen scientists and verified by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Swarm satellites.
By David Shepardson and Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump this week will sign new executive orders before he completes his first 100 days in office, including two on energy and the environment, which would make it easier for the United States to develop energy on and offshore, a White House official said on Sunday. Show More Summary
In a sign of the fading American Dream, 92 percent of children born in 1940 earned more than their parents, but only half of those born in 1984 can say the same, researchers said Monday.
The victim, whose name has not been released, was a part of a patrol of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe in eastern Ukraine.