What could be scarier than a shark? How about a two-headed bull shark, and that's exactly what a fisherman found when he caught the shark off the Florida Keys, according to reports.
The invisibility cloak has long been featured in sci-fi and fantasy novels like "Harry Potter", tantalizing our imaginations with all its wonderful possibilities, and now a research team has created one that is micrometers thick.
About 1000 landbird species (birds that don’t perch) have disappeared as humans advanced in the most recently colonized regions on Earth, a new study suggests.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the Aye-aye lemur, a protected species of lemur found only in Madagascar, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported Monday.
A Massachusetts pharmacy issued a voluntary recall Monday has recalled more than a dozen products it made and distributed since Jan. 1, after regulators found "foreign matter" in vials of injectable drugs.
With more than one-third of obese adults in the United States, there appears to be some good news in the obesity battle. American consumption of soda has been on the decline since 2005, and fell to its lowest level last year since 1996.
The compound pharmacy in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, closed for investigation earlier this month will remain closed for another two weeks, French Tribune noted citing a recent report.
A large meteor crossed east coast skies Friday evening, according to several reports which were backed by the American Meteor Society.
The mystery surrounding the extinction of dinosaurs gained a new “twist” this week, when scientists announced that it might have been a comet what drove those ancient beasts to extinction, rather than an asteroid as previously thought.
Scientists have finally solved the mystery surrounding the mass extinction of as much as half of Earth living organisms at the end of the Triassic period.
In an article published Wednesday, The American Geophysical Union claimed what astronomers have been waiting for more than a quarter of a century: “”Voyager 1 has left our Solar System.”
The UK has moved closer to becoming the first country to create babies with three genetic parents via IVF in order to defeat inherited diseases.
The consumption of sugary sodas has been linked to 25,000 deaths in the United States in 2010, and 180,000 worldwide, according to a new study released Tuesday.
Just a week after a judge refused to approve a ban on large sodas in New York, the city's Michael Bloomberg on Monday proposed a new ban which would stop retail stores from displaying cigarettes as part of his plan to lower smoking rates in the city.
Women between the ages of 50 to 74 that get mammogram screenings every two years have a similar risk for advanced-stage breast cancer and a lower cumulative risk for false-positive results compared with women who undergo annual mammography, according to a new study released on Monday.