Hawaii’s Dengue Fever Outbreak Grows
Health authorities in Hawaii’s Big Island have confirmed 136 cases, and a federal health official said the outbreak could last for months....
Q&A: Skinnier and Chillier
Feeling cold more often after losing weight probably has to do with a loss of insulating body fat, but medical problems could also be a factor....
Watch this glacier shimmy and shake
As scientists study climate change, one of the areas of greatest interest is the ebb and flow of mountain glaciers.
Ancient 'wand' may be oldest example of lead work in the Levant
A lead and wood artifact discovered in a roughly 6,000-year-old grave in a desert cave is the oldest evidence of smelted lead on record in the...
The New Health Care: Your New Medical Team: Algorithms and Physicians
Automation can outperform doctors in a few areas, but machines have their limits.
Closing In on Where Eels Go to Connect
A mysterious migration “has preoccupied eel scientists for more than a century.”
Observatory: Australia’s Feral Cats Most Likely European
The nation is home to more than 20 million wild cats, which have driven at least 27 native species to extinction.
Supplies Bound for Space Station After Successful Launch
A shipment of much-needed groceries, experiments and other items rocketed toward the International Space Station for the first time in months....
Liftoff: 1st US shipment in months flying to International Space Station
A U.S. shipment of much-needed groceries and other astronaut supplies rocketed toward the International Space Station for the first time in months...
Penis Transplants Being Planned to Heal Troops’ Hidden Wounds
For young men maimed in combat, surgeons at Johns Hopkins hope to ease a rarely discussed injury with an operation that has never been performed in...
Colombia possibly discovers world's largest sunken treasure
President Juan Manual Santos on Saturday hailed the discovery of a Spanish galleon that went down off the South American nation's coast more than...
New Pluto photos show breathtaking views of dwarf planet
Get ready to be amazed: NASA today unveiled the best-ever images of Pluto, revealing the dwarf planet's varied and exotic landscape in amazing detail.