Each year, rip currents kill more people than sharks or jellyfish or even hurricanes.
From sinkholes that have swallowed up trucks and homes to those that draw crowds of tourists for their beauty, here's a look at some amazing craters from all over the world.
Life's Little Mysteries has rounded up the smallest mammals in the world the teeny, tiniest of which is the size of a bumblebee.
Women who ate an antioxidant-rich diet full of vegetables, fruits and grains had fewer strokes, a Swedish study shows.
Our visual serving size comparison guide makes figuring out portion sizes at Thanksgiving easy by comparing them to everyday objects.
Online youth exposure to unwanted sexual solicitations and pornography has declined, a new study shows.
With the right preparations and safety precautions, you can easily work out while enjoying winter's fresh, frosty air.
Recurrent pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) can double a woman's risk of infertility and quadruple her risk of chronic pelvic pain.
For savvy shoppers, it's not only possible to make the right nutritional choices without breaking the bank, but easy and simple if you know these cost-saving tricks.
Kids get half of their daily calorie needs from lunches purchased at fast-food restaurants, a new study shows.
The memorials in this gallery commemorate fallen soldiers and honor the victims of tragedies such as Sept. 11 and the Holocaust.
While the monikers of current hurricanes, including Earl and Fiona, may seem simple, the system of naming hurricanes has a long and complicated history.
Green beer may leave you with a more permanent reminder of Saint Patrick's Day than just a hangover an emerald smile.
A gallery of breathtaking images that resulted from scientific research conducted by researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Diamonds and rubies and sapphires, oh my! All of these 13 precious stones are famous for their beauty and worth, but some are infamous for the misfortune they're believed to attract to their owners.
People who drink diet soft drinks every day may be putting themselves at an increased risk of heart disease, a new study shows.