Ice sheets just beneath the surface of Mars hold clues about the red planet's climate history—and could be a source of water for future explorers.
Warning of a “dramatic deterioration” in the humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) over the last 12 months, United Nations agencies and relief partners on Thursday launched the largest-ever funding appeal for the vast central African country.
New research clarifies how the odd diet of scale-eating fish influences their body evolution and behavior.
Brain imaging shows that 7-month-old infants have already made a basic connection between "self" and "other."
When one item on your to-do list interrupts another before you can finish, this plan can keep you focused.
The new air conditioner consumes 40 percent less electricity than typical models and also makes drinkable water as a byproduct.
A new paper links regular attendance at religious services with improved health and lowered mortality.
The Cabinet of Ministers decided today to allocate MDL 7.98 million to support the farmlands’ owners of Dubasari district, who do not have access to the agricultural lands located along the Ribnita – Tiraspol highway.
Russia is believed to have conveyed to India its keenness to sell its S-400 air and missile defence system and urged New Delhi to take an early decision on the proposed deal
While some lemurs are shy, others are more socially active, craving connection with others. It's all about personality.
When babies crawl, their movement across floors, especially on carpets, kicks up high levels of dirt, skin cells, bacteria, pollen, and fungal spores, according to a new study.
"If the fish improves sleep, great. If it also improves cognitive performance—like we've seen here—even better. It's a double hit."
Americans are evenly divided on whether businesses can deny services to same-sex couples. But it's not just for religious reasons.
Forget the chilly stethoscope: Small tags that emit radio waves could give doctors information on patient vital signs while they sit in the waiting room.
"Instead of looking for individual viruses, our A new test can identify whether viral infections are causing a patient’s respiratory illness by measuring RNA or protein molecules in their cells, according to a new study.test asks the question: 'Is the body fighting a virus?'"