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A magnitude 4 marsquake that rocked the Red Planet in 2021 is the result of a massive meteor impact, two new studies revealed.
It's commonly said that walking will help to bring on labor. While it's no guarantee as it doesn't induce labor contractions, walking helps the cervix prepare for the birth.
Archaeologists in Cyprus have unearthed a broken rampart, or a part of a defensive wall, under a massive burial mound.
Blood is always red, and veins look blue or green because the skin filters light wavelengths differently.
A man's overzealous intake of vitamin D supplements ended poorly, requiring a hospital stay for over a week.
Genetic analysis of octopuses identified DNA sequences in their brains called transposons, which may help regulate learning.
Your body's cells are constantly replicating themselves, but the rate of renewal depends on where those cells are located and what they do.
Milk isn't the same across species. Here's the science of why babies shouldn't drink cow's milk until they're older.
Is it the combination of the pineapple's acidity and the enzyme complex called bromelain that likely make your mouth sore.
Here's the science behind why some deep sea creatures — such as squids, sharks, sea spiders and worms — get so giant.
Many people give up meat for ethical, health or environmental reasons. But is it OK to put a cat or a dog on a vegetarian or vegan diet?
What does it take for an asteroid to make a dent on Earth, and which known impact events have left the biggest craters?
Is COVID-19's rapid evolution unusual, or do other viruses have as many variants as this coronavirus?
Do scientists know if Earth is shrinking or expanding, and if this difference over time will threaten life on our planet?
Researchers have several ideas as to why people sometimes stick out their tongues when they're concentrating.