Whatever happened to Albert Einstein's brain? Or Louis XIV's heart? These body parts, and countless other pieces of famous dead people, are not buried in places you'd expect.
Who says science isn’t funny? Live Science collects a roundup of humorous and weird science-themed holiday gifts.
Since Sputnik 1 launched in 1957, nations have been racing to gain a military advantage in space — the ultimate "high ground." Check out the top 10 space weapon concepts from over the years.
Pregnancy transforms the body, and some of these changes don't stop after the baby has exited the womb.
Women have been giving birth since the beginning of human existence, but sometimes, the ways they do so get a little strange.
During the hottest summer days, science museums can provide a cool break from the steamy temperatures outdoors.
A deer with two heads found near the Mississippi River and a mountain lion with teeth and hair growing from its forehead are just two such oddball cases in the animal kingdom.
On the off chance that you find yourself stranded in the wilderness on your next camping trip or hike, don’t panic — there are plenty of things to eat once you’ve run out of trail mix.
From bat bombs to chicken-heated nukes, here are some of the most outlandish military weapons ever conceived.
Most allergies involve a runny nose and watery eyes, but black spots on your skin and a bright red butt can also be signs of an allergic reaction.