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Walking, running and strength training led to fewer sleep interruptions and less drowsiness.
The mysterious structures were actually built by hungry bacteria.
An American paradox: Longevity increases but so do death rates.
Members of both groups are protesting the demotion of hospital leadership.
A new study posits that wolves were domesticated into dogs twice, in both Asia and Europe.
Stanford researchers studying the effect of stem cells injected directly into the brains of stroke patients said on Thursday that they were "stunned" by the success of the treatment in some patients.
It doesn't look anything like a leaf, but it turns sunlight into fuel 10 times more efficiently.
Genetic manipulations promise medical breakthroughs, but ethical concerns loom
Here’s how the stuff is tested and what all those labels really mean for you.
Social media experiments confirm adolescent need for peer acceptance is a neural issue.
The famous primatologist said she thought Harambe the gorilla had put his arm around the toddler who fell into his enclosure.
Sometimes you just need some more fiber or other dietary changes.
Scratchless lenses and coatings are worth it, but skip the anti-blue-light coatings.
The surface could get a facelift as often as every 500,000 years or so.
The Obama administration finalized a rule that bans nearly all sales of products containing elephant ivory, sending a message to the rest of the world to do the same, officials said.
In a sunny patch of grass in the middle of Indianapolis’ Crown Hill Cemetery, 45 people recently gathered around a large blackboard. The words “Before I Die, I Want To …” were stenciled on the board i...
Cleaner drinking water is more available in sub-Saharan Africa. But the work of getting it is backbreaking, and it falls far more often on women and children.
NOAA warns people against taking selfies with baby harbor seals.
Binti Jua gained international fame when she scooped up the boy, cradled him and carried him to paramedics at the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois.
The settlement of Madagascar by people from southeast Asia has been called "the single most astonishing fact of human geography for the entire world."