Dogs can sniff out SARS-CoV-2 in urine samples with 96% accuracy, according to a proof-of-concept study.
Stone age people may have deliberately ventured into oxygen-depleted caves to paint while having out-of-body experiences and hallucinations, researchers say.
The CDC and FDA are recommending a pause in administering the J&J vaccine to investigate reports of 6 cases of rare blood clots.
A monoclonal antibody cocktail developed by Regeneron reduced risk of developing symptomatic COVID-19 by 81% in household contacts living with a positive case, company said.
La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted explosively Friday, spewing ash tens of thousands of feet into the air.
People with major depression had accelerated cellular aging by an average of two years compared to healthy controls.
Baby sea stars may look innocent and adorable, but they're teensy little cannibals and eat their own siblings for their own survival.
The team reached the USS Johnston, a U.S. Navy destroyer that sank on Oct. 25, 1944 after an intense battle with the Japanese during World War II.
Scientists analyzed the hearts of retired astronaut Scott Kelly after he spent time in space and elite endurance swimmer Benoît Lecomte after he swam the Pacific Ocean.
A severe thunderstorm cloud that formed over the Pacific Ocean in 2018 reached the coldest temperatures ever recorded.
By growing mini brains in the lab, scientists figured out why human brains grow larger than ape brains.
The blob-like organelle drives bone metastasis, but likely also plays a role in the healthy functioning of the cell.
An independent group of medical experts in the U.S. has raised concerns that AstraZeneca may have released "outdated" data on its COVID-19 vaccine.
A construction crew hired to build a run-of-the-mill bungalow unexpectedly discovered a medieval bishop's palace.
The Ebola virus may have hid in a person's body for 5 years before hopping to another person, triggering the current outbreak.
Officials are urging people to take down their feeders, where birds are congregating and spreading a bacterial infection.
The Hubble space telescope entered into "safe mode" due to a software error, but is safe and stable.
Fully vaccinated people in the U.S. can visit indoors and mask-less with other fully vaccinated people.