New evidence of preserved brain tissue from the Cambrian period counters arguments that nervous tissue cannot be fossilized.
New Zealand medical officials have ordered 1,292 square feet of skin to treat victims of the White Island volcanic eruptions.
A new study suggests that plants that are stressed by drought or physical damage may emit ultrasonic squeals.
Researchers speculated that living in relative isolation and a "monotonous" environment may cause certain brain structures to shrink.
CBD may pose unknown health risks and cannot be marketed as a dietary supplement, food or therapeutic cure-all.
The trendy concept of 'dopamine fasting' actually finds its roots in established addiction therapies.
Three siblings all carried two copies of a mutated gene, which caused their blood to run white with fat.
The tumor had swelled from the size of a cherry tomato to that of a melon over the course of seven months.
New DNA evidence suggests that Egyptians captured wild birds for millions of ritualistic sacrifices, rather than farming the animals.
A new report reveals that drug-resistant germs infect and kill more people than previous estimates suggested.
Scientists used a computer program to uncover more than 1 million molecules that could potentially store genetic information, just like DNA.