A new facial approximation offers insight into one of humankind's extinct relatives, Homo floresiensis.
Scientists studied the fossilized teeth of megalodon and determined that the jumbo-size extinct species of shark was warm-blooded.
A forensic artist has created a facial reconstruction of a 16-year-old girl who was wearing an ornate gold cross and buried in a bed 1,300 years ago.
Unlike other erectile dysfunction treatments, Eroxon is a gel and doesn't require a doctor's prescription.
Scientists used CRISPR editing to make the world's 1st genetically modified snakes, giving new insight into how the reptiles develop their patterned scales
New research offers a possible link between endometriosis and a common bacteria that can be treated with antibiotics.
Archaeologists may have solved the mystery of the origins of two boat paintings detailed inside a cave in Australia.
Archaeologists in Spain unearthed the sword-sharpening stone with an eye-catching shape in a destroyed 15th-century tower.
A collection of prehistoric flutes unearthed in Israel once used by the Natufians are some of the oldest musical instruments in the world.
Researchers created a facial approximation that reconstructs what the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun may have looked like.
Taking the drug Tagrisso daily after surgery reduced non-small cell lung cancer patients' death risk by more than 50%.
The silver used to make an ancient Egyptian queen's bracelets came from Greece, a new analysis finds, offering insight into the Old Kingdom's trade networks.
A potential antidote for death cap mushrooms has been discovered and tested in lab dish studies and in mice.
A video that captures a shark attacking a gray seal is going viral and marks the first great white shark sighting of the season in Cape Cod.
After being shot in the head, a soldier in the Spanish Civil War woke up to find a world that's completely backward.
Archaeologists in Armenia have unearthed the remains of a 3,000-year-old bakery that still contains heaps of wheat flour.
A metal detectorist stumbled upon a hoard of Roman coins and Iron Age vessels in the Welsh countryside.
Archaeologists have unearthed the skeletons of two men who were likely killed during a deadly earthquake that coincided with Mount Vesuvius' eruption.