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19 June 2015, 01:31 PM ET
Many Ebola survivors experience appetite loss and joint pain months after they are declared free of the virus. In addition, Ebola often impacts social life and mental health.
19 June 2015, 12:05 PM ET
From assembly-line work to self-driving cars, computers are taking over many tasks once performed by humans. Artistic jobs, however, have been relatively safe — until now.
19 June 2015, 10:54 AM ET
People who spend too much time sitting down — be it during a daily commute, or in front of a computer or TV — may be at increased risk for anxiety, a new review finds.
19 June 2015, 07:45 AM ET
The moment a newborn baby pops into a family, parents often stop using their first names and instead start calling each other "daddy" and "mommy."
19 June 2015, 07:10 AM ET
About 16 million years ago, a giant bat used all four of its limbs to stalk around the subtropical rainforest of modern-day New Zealand, a new study finds.
18 June 2015, 06:37 PM ET
The imaging technique is based on a concept Alexander Graham Bell discovered in the 1880s, it combines laser light and ultrasound. In this case, at a rate of 20 3-D images per second, scientists are able to study red blood cells in great detail.
18 June 2015, 06:34 PM ET
In the hopes of achieving a fuller buttocks, some women receive illegal injections of silicone that can cause a host of health complications.
18 June 2015, 05:41 PM ET
A baby dolphin sounds cute, right? What about a baby dolphin torn apart by hungry sharks?
18 June 2015, 03:50 PM ET
Pope Francis just released a long document on man's relationship to the Earth, but will his call for action on climate change have an impact?
18 June 2015, 02:49 PM ET
Pope Francis' climate change encyclical has been released. Here are 4 main points from it.
18 June 2015, 02:31 PM ET
The moon is surrounded by a permanent dust cloud likely caused by comet particle collisions, new observations reveal. NASA's LADEE moon dust probe data suggests the lunar dust cloud that is different than that seen by astronauts on Apollo 15 and 17.
18 June 2015, 02:10 PM ET
Oklahoma is not known for its earthquakes, but in recent years episodes of ground shaking have surged, with the U.S. Geological Survey releasing a rare warning last May saying the risk of a damaging earthquake in Oklahoma had significantly increased.
18 June 2015, 01:52 PM ET
In a public display against elephant poaching, U.S. officials will pulverize a huge store of illegal ivory tomorrow (June 19) in Times Square, in the heart of New York City.
18 June 2015, 01:42 PM ET
Now that trans fat has been taken off the table, is there another highly concerning ingredient that should be banned next?
18 June 2015, 01:01 PM ET
Native Americans are the closest living relatives of the Kennewick Man, an 8,500-year-old skeleton discovered in Washington State.
18 June 2015, 12:40 PM ET
Eastern gray and red kangaroos are overwhelmingly left-pawed, unlike humans. The study is the first to examine handedness in wild marsupials.
18 June 2015, 12:00 PM ET
Toddlers who see puppets steal from other puppets try to right the injustice by returning the stolen item, new research says.
18 June 2015, 08:08 AM ET
The ancient Egyptian catacomb honoring Anubis, the jackal-headed god of death and funerals, once held 8 million mummified dogs, according to a new study, which was the first to thoroughly investigate the underground tomb.
18 June 2015, 08:07 AM ET
In ancient Egypt, so many people worshiped Anubis, the jackal-headed god of death, that the catacombs next to his sacred temple once held nearly 8 million mummified puppies and grown dogs, a new study finds.
18 June 2015, 07:54 AM ET
After losing limbs, juvenile moon jellyfish rearrange their remaining limbs to stay symmetrical. This never-before-seen method of self-repair probably helps jellies stay alive in the wild, the researchers said.
18 June 2015, 07:53 AM ET
Delicate saucer-shaped blobs that pulsate their way through the seas, moon jellyfish have a clever trick up their "sleeves," as scientists have found the jellies can self-repair after losing a limb or two.
18 June 2015, 07:28 AM ET
Internet cat videos don't just result in major "LOLs," they also deliver significant health benefits, a new study suggests.
18 June 2015, 07:22 AM ET
Researchers have found that the vast majority of brimstone — reverently referred to in biblical times as "burning stone," but now known more commonly as sulfur — dwells deep in the Earth's core.
18 June 2015, 01:24 AM ET
Health professionals consider breast-feeding to be the best choice for baby. However, for some mothers bottle-feeding may be the better option.
17 June 2015, 07:57 PM ET
In this NSF 'video noir', a forensic team investigates with futuristic light tech. Tweet #photonicfuture to @ NSF with your answer if you can solve the mystery.
17 June 2015, 07:02 PM ET
The planet is crawling with tiny spies: Hidden undersea microphones, instrument-clad satellites and infrared cameras are listening, watching and smelling all the action on planet Earth, from a migrating whale to a meteor crash.
17 June 2015, 07:00 PM ET
adults who drink breast milk may be putting their health at risk, especially if the milk is unpasteurized, improperly stored or pumped from a woman with a transmittable disease, researchers say in a new report.
17 June 2015, 06:01 PM ET
The U.S. dietary recommendations are based largely on data that is enormously flawed, a provocative article says. But other researchers dispute this.
17 June 2015, 04:07 PM ET
Even as a new rule will force food companies to stop adding trans fat to food, research continues to show the negative effects of trans fat on health.
17 June 2015, 02:55 PM ET
Photos from a search expedition to solve the mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance.
17 June 2015, 02:36 PM ET
The search for Amelia Earhart is on (again).
17 June 2015, 01:59 PM ET
As injured moon jellies (Aurelia aurita) swim, their dynamic body pulsations will drive remaining legs into a symmetrical configuration. Such ‘symmetrization’ is a never-before seen self-repair strategy.