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As the climate warms, snowstorms are growing more severe.
The widespread use and high quality of digital cameras and photo editing software has made the art of faking a whole lot easier and more commonplace – whether convincing or not.
Tuolumne Meadows's broad plain is an oddball in Yosemite's rugged landscape. Geologists say unusual fractures in the local granite explain the striking contrast.
International airports are a busy place to be. Nearly 200,000 passengers pass through London Heathrow Airport every day. The internal security of the country depends on effective airport checks.
Why U.S. agencies need to look more closely at the genetically engineered "Arctic" apple.
When a raccoon was discovered residing in an attic, Wildlife Services were called in. They installed a heavy gauge screening over a damaged attic vent (raccoon's entrance point) and a one-way exit door for the raccoon to exit from.
InsideTracker is a service that analyzes your blood for various biomarkers to see if your levels are in the "optimal" zones. But critics are skeptical this can actually work to make a healthy person even healthier.
New evidence supports the theory that sexual activity lowers prostate cancer risk.
When the weather outside is frightful, people tend to move around less, according to new data from Jawbone, a technology and fitness-tracking company based in San Francisco.
The 1977 disco hit "Stayin' Alive" is officially the song to accompany CPR's chest compression. But Japanese scientists are now teaching the lifesaving maneuver using other songs that have the right beat for CPR and are more popular in their country.
A new wearable device that translates spoken words into vibrations could help deaf people perceive speech in a completely new way.
A letter penned by Albert Einstein during World War II was recently auctioned off in Los Angeles.
A new app, called EASE (Electronic Access to Surgical Events), gives families and friends a 'Snapchat' type feed from a nurse, sending images, videos and 2-way texting during long surgical procedures.
New innovations, such as phone-based urine tests and apps that keep all medical records in one place, could change how people experience health care.
The crowded highways of Los Angeles just got a little greener, thanks to a new electric-vehicle program sponsored by the U.S. Air Force.
The sun may be partly responsible for lightning strikes on Earth, and scientists think fluctuations in the sun's magnetic field could be used to predict lightning storms weeks in advance.
Remains of an ancient settlement have been found on the bottom of the Aegean sea off the small island of Delos.
The picosecond pulse duration laser is currently approved for tattoo removal, but researchers are testing it in people with acne scars.
People who use marijuana daily for four years or longer may experience changes in the size of the brain's orbitofrontal cortex, and in the brain's connectivity, a new study suggests.