Heart disease claims a lot of lives but many still live through heart injury. However, researchers have discovered that certain survivors experience calcium formation in their hearts during recovery.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 21, 2016
Tracking ancient humans is no easy feat but researchers are getting a little bit of help from the Chicxulub impact crater and prehistoric Mayan teeth.
Ancient November 20, 2016
The Chicxulub impact may have wiped out 75 percent of life on Earth, but researchers have found that the resulting crater harbors niches that can support early life.
Earth/Environment November 19, 2016
Women typically feel pressured to have babies as early as they can but researchers have found that there is actually benefit in having a last pregnancy after the age of 35. Late last-pregnancy may be associated with better cognition.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 19, 2016
Scientists have discovered a great valley on Mercury extending to the planet’s Rembrandt basin. The discovery was made with the help of images from NASA's Messenger spacecraft.
Space November 17, 2016
Project Blue is taking a major step toward achieving its goals by launching a Kickstarter campaign. The group is turning to crowdfunding to turn its aim of spotting an Earth-like planet around Alpha Centauri into reality.
Space November 16, 2016
Taking cues from 'Back to the Future,' a scientist from the University of Central Florida has developed solar nanotech-powered clothing that both harvests and stores energy from the sun for various applications.
Material Science November 15, 2016
Binge drinking affects teen health today, but researchers have discovered that consuming alcohol in excess during adolescence may also have possible effects on the teens' future children.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 15, 2016
After examining a cluster of meteorites in Mars' Victoria crater, researchers have determined that the lasting drought on the red planet has persisted for millions of years.
Space November 13, 2016
The general consensus is that screen time should be limited for children. For kids with a lazy eye, however, spending time with a specialized iPad game could help in improving their vision.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 12, 2016
Women naturally have a knack for remembering things but researchers have discovered that the memories they’ve accumulated over the years start to fade once menopause kicks in.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 11, 2016
An HIV test on a USB stick? Researchers have made the technology possible, making HIV tests more accessible without compromising the quality of test results.
Public Health November 10, 2016
Levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have stopped growing in recent years and researchers are attributing the pause to vegetation across terrestrial ecosystems. Thanks, plants!
Earth/Environment November 10, 2016
The RAVAN satellite will be the first of six CubeSats NASA will be launching as part of the space agency’s effort to better understand the Earth by improving how it studies the planet.
Earth/Environment November 8, 2016
It’s been a stressful election season but Election Day 2016 is finally upon us! Here’s how you can find your polling place, learn about predictions and find out who will be the 45th president of the United States.
Life & Style November 8, 2016
Human cells and neutron stars are similar, according to researchers. The two feature interior structures of the same form, despite being very different in nature.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 7, 2016
Whether or not marijuana will be legal for recreational use in five states will depend on how those in Nevada, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts and California will cast their votes on their state ballots.
Public Health November 7, 2016
According to researchers, hypochondriacs, or the 'worried well,' are at high risk of developing heart disease. Their perpetual state of worry elevates anxiety levels, a known risk factor for heart disease.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 4, 2016
For the longest time, it was unclear how exactly smoking promotes cancer. Now, researchers are a step closer toward understanding how tobacco-related cancers develop after identifying how smoking affects the body on a genetic level.
Public Health November 4, 2016
When galaxies collide, the larger one comes out on top. In the case of one galactic encounter, the smaller galaxy's supermassive black hole survived but was left nearly naked.
Space November 3, 2016