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Archaeologists excavating a cave in Gibraltar discovered rock engravings that may have been created by Neanderthals more than 30,000 years ago.
People in the U.S. are eating healthier now than a decade ago, a new study finds.
As the world’s supply of fish diminishes while the number of humans keeps increasing, it seems these creatures would make an ideal mass-produced food for our hungry mouths.
Over the past few months, the Android platform developed by Google and based on the Linux operating system has been having a difficult time.
Detecting and treating patients before they have a cardiac arrest isn’t rocket science, but it’s a life saver.
An ancient greek tomb, manipulating memories and a volcanic eruption are just the tip of the Science iceberg.
A new volcanic eruption in southeast Iceland is fountaining lava nearly 200 feet (60 meters) into the air.
Methane plumes erupting, a walking fish and endangered coral species — just a few of the amazing photos this week in Science.
Think a dead snake never hurt anybody? Think again.
On the one-hundredth anniversary of the last passenger pigeon's death, reflections on the loss of darkened skies.
What makes our sun shine has been a mystery for most of human history.
Batteries will soon get the energy boost from sugar that we do.
There is no science in race.
In your body, the bacteria cells outnumber the human cells, and in recent years, researchers have begun to pay more attention to these microbes and their impact on our health.
Swinging on fire hoses. Basking in the sun. See the many ways these chimpanzees are enjoying retirement at Chimp Haven after years in a laboratory.
Here's some advice from doctor about consuming coconut oil.
Images of the volcanic eruption in the Holuhraun lava field north of Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland.
Wearing full-body hazardous material suits around patients with the Ebola virus may be counterproductive to treating the disease, some researchers say. But other health experts, wary of wearing less protective gear, disagree.