Hydration is the key to a happy and healthy life, but how much water do you really need to drink?
Water is everywhere, seriously, making up more than 70 percent of the planet's surface. And you can't survive without it. To keep up with all things H2O, check out the most interesting discoveries related to water, from the stuff you drink, to the droplets that make up the planet's oceans, to water itself in all its glorious strangeness.
A child in Nebraska has died of a likely infection with Naegleria fowleri, popularly known as a brain-eating amoeba.
More than 70% of our little blue planet is covered by water, but we can only drink a tiny fraction of it. Why can't we drink saltwater when it is all around us?
Camels' large, leathery mouths can handle the prickly thorns of almost any kind of desert vegetation, including that which other desert animals steer clear of.
Wally has been stirring up mischief by lounging on lifeboat slipways and capsizing passing dinghies, but conservation groups have warned tourists not to get too close.
One critical factor turned the heavy rainfall in Virginia and Washington D.C. into a flash flood emergency.
Hidden beneath Greenland’s Ice Sheet like an enormous necklace of sparkly blue and oddly shaped beads, scientists have discovered 56 previously unknown and gem-like lakes.
A gigantic freshwater aquifer is hiding under the salty Atlantic Ocean, just off the northeastern coast of the United States, a new study finds.
Researchers have discovered the first-ever water sample dating to the end of Earth's last ice age, 20,000 years ago.
These synthetic chemicals have been included in numerous household products for more than eight decades, but are they safe?
We're witnessing a catastrophic shift in our planet's sea ice. Here's what the latest chapter means for you.