Eventually, this baby will blow. Meanwhile, the valley is bulging and the mountains, oddly, are shrinking.
Often when women get together, the chatter eventually turns to whose skinny jeans donâ€™t fit anymore and who weighs in heavier on the scale, according to a new study.
Dashing the hopes of anyone who wants to be their own grandpa, some theorists now say this darling of science fiction just isn't possible.
Cowbirds are the gangstas of the avian world, according to a new study that shows how these birds ransack the nests of those that donâ€™t care for their young.
The inner workings of the brain arenâ€™t as organized as once thought. According to a new study, itâ€™s mayhem up there.
While the evidence is clear that human-caused global warming is occurring and is a serious threat, many Americans have been slow to buy the whole argument.
Over-fishing facilitated by new technologies is threatening the long-term survival of deep-sea fish populations that take decades to mature and reproduce.
While a person's accidental death reported on the evening news can bring viewers to tears, mass killings reported as statistics fail to tickle human emotions, a new study finds.
Balmy winter weather has snapped awake groundhogs and other hibernating animals too early, well before their food is available.
It's liable to be a long, slow investigation as seismic activity parts the Red Sea and changes the map of Africa forever.
Humans, not climate change, caused the extinctions of large animals of Australia thousands of years ago, a new study suggests.
Birds of a feather certainly flock together, and with one species they also haggle and form cliques and divide tasks.
Scientists say he died from an advanced case of gastric cancer and not arsenic poisoning as some had speculated.
A study that compared brain and body sizes with mortality rates for 220 bird species suggests why one bird flits deftly away from traffic while another becomes road kill.
Almost one third of parents believe their disciplining styles are ineffective, suggests a new study.
Scientists have discovered the second species of bats with suckers attached to their feet allowing them to cling upright to smooth tree leaves.
Tree growth in temperate forests is driven by availability of water and not by temperature as previously thought.
Warming oceans, one of the major consequences of global climate change, are making another marine species feel like a fish out of water, scientists report.
Acid rainfall in the Appalachian Mountains has decreased in recent years and organisms in its streams are thriving. But the environmental comeback could be creating new problems of its own.
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