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09 February 2016, 03:13 PM ET
A new product offers marijuana compounds in the form of a vaginal suppository, and its makers claim it can relieve menstrual cramps. But is this product safe?
09 February 2016, 02:59 PM ET
Low oxytocin levels during early pregnancy and in the early postpartum period might hint at relationship struggles for new moms.
09 February 2016, 02:20 PM ET
Experience the breathtaking views of Yellowstone, Glacier, Yosemite and more in the new film that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
09 February 2016, 01:47 PM ET
Here’s a look at photos of a gaping crack that opened up in a Michigan forest in 2010, accompanied by a deep boom and the resulting uprooted or leaning trees.
09 February 2016, 01:41 PM ET
Nearly 20 feet (6 meters) below the streets of London, archaeologists discovered a fragile Roman painting featuring deer and birds that may have once decorated the wall of a wealthy citizen's home.
09 February 2016, 01:28 PM ET
Mystical experiences may occur when the brain's inhibitory processes are suppressed, opening a "door of perception," new research finds.
09 February 2016, 12:52 PM ET
A Roman fresco nearly 2,000 years old was unearthed at a construction site in the middle of London. It might be one of the earliest wall paintings of its kind from Roman Britain.
09 February 2016, 12:18 PM ET
Strange and sudden earth movement that caused a gaping gash and a deep booming sound in a Michigan forest is being explained as a "pop-up" in the bedrock.
09 February 2016, 12:13 PM ET
A strike by a medium-size asteroid on land (as opposed to at sea) could cause average global temperatures to plunge to Ice Age levels, and lead to steep drops in precipitation and plant productivity, among other effects, a new study suggests.
09 February 2016, 09:29 AM ET
A new plan to dry out the American side of Niagara Falls to perform much-needed bridge repair could also yield geology insights, new research suggests.
09 February 2016, 06:56 AM ET
There are many ways to go, but what are the odds, really?
08 February 2016, 06:03 PM ET
The moon illuminates the Mediterranean Sea in unusual ways in a photograph taken by an astronaut on the International Space Station.
08 February 2016, 05:24 PM ET
Marijuana is getting stronger, new research finds.
08 February 2016, 04:49 PM ET
The changing seasons may change how you think, new research finds.
08 February 2016, 04:20 PM ET
Building off of millions of years of insect evolution, roboticists are developing CRAM (Compressible Robot with Articulated Mechanisms) to get robots into tiny spaces.
08 February 2016, 03:27 PM ET
A 35-year-old guy had hiccups that just would not go away. Turns out, there's a was large tumor pressing on a nerve.
08 February 2016, 03:24 PM ET
The outbreak of the mosquito-borne Zika virus throughout parts of the Americas has raised international concern because of the virus's possible connection to a neurological birth defect called microcephaly. Here are 5 important things to know about Zika.
08 February 2016, 03:10 PM ET
Robots that mimic the way cockroaches can scuttle through teeny-tiny cracks might one day help first responders locate and rescue disaster victims trapped in debris, researchers say.
08 February 2016, 03:00 PM ET
In the aftermath of earthquakes and explosions, collapsed buildings can be tough to navigate. Cockroaches’ capability to flatten themselves to fit tight spaces inspired UC Berkley roboticists to create creepy crawly robots.
08 February 2016, 02:43 PM ET
For the first time in recorded history, a meteorite is reported to have killed a person.
08 February 2016, 12:46 PM ET
Satellite-based navigation proved its mettle during the 1991 Persian Gulf War, leading to what some say is an overdependence on "jammable" GPS technology.
08 February 2016, 11:50 AM ET
King Tut is the only 18th Dynasty pharaoh whose mummy has been identified with certainty, says a new analysis.
08 February 2016, 10:25 AM ET
Individualism and narcissism are rising in the United States. But why?
08 February 2016, 10:19 AM ET
It's looking less likely that a faraway star's strange dimming can be explained by a swarm of comets or an "alien megastructure."
08 February 2016, 08:20 AM ET
Galápagos tortoise mating involves neck competitions, harassment and lengthy sperm storage.
06 February 2016, 08:30 AM ET
Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
06 February 2016, 08:18 AM ET
Have you ever fantasized about walking on the moon, but you don't want to put on a spacesuit and blast more than 200,000 miles (322,000 kilometers) through space? A New York-based startup plans to turn this lunar fantasy into a reality.
05 February 2016, 05:41 PM ET
There's a new conspiracy theory out there, but instead of invoking big government or aliens, it questions whether there's a laptop carved into an ancient Greek statue.
05 February 2016, 05:39 PM ET
The whooping cough vaccine seems to wear off over time.
05 February 2016, 05:24 PM ET
A combination of computer modeling and solar imagery visualize the sun's magnetic structure, offering a peek at the intense and dramatic activity that keeps the star's engine running.
05 February 2016, 04:46 PM ET
A new robot salamander has been designed by mimicking nature, and it can both swim, walk and turn.
05 February 2016, 03:38 PM ET
In a recent lecture, famed physicist Stephen Hawking has proposed using radiation emitted from mini black holes to power the Earth.
05 February 2016, 03:32 PM ET
Who would win in a matchup between a real-life bronco and a panther? It turns out, the odds are fairly even for both of those creatures.
05 February 2016, 03:03 PM ET
If no amount of coffee seems to help you feel fresh and alert in the morning, you may be able to blame your genes. A new study by the genetics company 23andMe has identified 15 regions of the human genome that are linked to being a morning person.
05 February 2016, 01:26 PM ET
U.S. health officials are warning men who travel to countries where Zika is spreading to take steps to prevent spreading the virus through sex if their partner is pregnant.
05 February 2016, 01:23 PM ET
Trees made of hard and soft wood, or of hefty or slender cross-section, all tend to break at roughly the same wind speed, and a new study explains why.