What significant advances can we expect in 2011?
Humans may be smarter than our primate cousins, but research has shown their immune systems may trump ours, in some ways.
Contrary to decades of doctors' advice, a new study has found that a weight lifting may not put women at risk for developing lymphedema after breast cancer surgery.
Modern science has sparked a debate about how to view it and whether a person's libido can be increased by a drug.
At 50 stories high and with a span of more than a mile, one of the world's largest feats of modern engineering is not a skyscraper.
The next 100 days will bring more efforts to save turtle hatchlings and measure the Gulf's dead zones, scientists say. And surely, hurricanes will strike.
A new study shows lighting up a cigarette changes a person’s gene activity across the body. The findings may be a clue to why smoking affects overall health.
Burning a billion times brighter than our sun, the phenomena called supernovas have unlocked mysteries about black holes, the origin of metals such as gold and the expansion of the universe.