The "lucky girl syndrome" trend may be another foray into the realm of magical thinking.
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An injectable interferon drug significantly reduced the risk that people with COVID-19 would be hospitalized with the disease.
The Feb. 6 earthquake in Turkey and Syria was so deadly because the region sits on a boundary between multiple tectonic plates, while soil and building conditions make strong earthquakes more likely to cause damage.
Gravitational waves are ripples in the fabric of space. Waves that originated in the early universe could carry important information about the phenomena that occurred there.
Researchers in New Zealand have unearthed fossils from two previously unknown ancient penguin species. One of the new species is the largest penguin ever discovered.
A cemetery in central Italy has the remains of children whose bodies were pinned down with rocks, likely to prevent "revenants" rising from the dead.
When Mount Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79, it carbonized a book on rulers who followed Alexander the Great. Now, machine learning is deciphering the "lost book."
An unknown group of hominins crafted more than 500 obsidian hand axes more than 1.2 million years ago in what is now Ethiopia.
NASA astronomers used the Hubble Space Telescope to measure the mass of a white dwarf, an important step for understanding how stars die.
Black scientists have contributed to society and made groundbreaking discoveries throughout history and continue to do so to this day. Here's a look at just a few of the amazing Black scientists from the past and present.
A series of laser flashes recently lit up the night sky above Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Experts say the lasers were emitted by a NASA spacecraft.
Sponsored Artificial intelligence is significantly evolving the development of medications and treatments. Pfizer has been a leader in this charge for 10 plus years.
Archaeologists have unearthed an oversized ceremonial iron sword and a bronze mirror shaped like a shield from a 1,600-year-old burial mound in Nara, Japan.
Archaeologists in Rome have discovered a statue of an ancient Roman emperor who is dressed to look like Hercules.