What could possibly have the face of a horse, the body of a pig and the claws of a bear? Well, a mysterious creature that washed up dead on the coast line of a South Wales beach, according to reports.
The future might have just arrived. Scientists have demonstrated the new elastic battery can be pulled and stretched up to three times its original size. Watch the stretchy battery in action in the video below.
Scientists have reconstructed the interstellar path of a meteor that blew across the Russian skyline this month that injured 1,000 in Chelyabinsk, Russia earlier this month.
As space exploration continues to progress, NASA announced on Monday that Mars rover Curiosity has successfully placed two small samples of rock powder into its "compact laboratories" for further analysis.
First horse meat was found in frozen "beef" burgers in Ireland, then in IKEA's meatballs in the Czech Republic, and now donkey, goat and buffalo meat has been found in ground beef, burgers and deli meats in South Africa, fueling the need for more food regulation and better labeling.
Healthy postmenopausal women who want to ensure healthy bones by taking 400 international units (IU) of vitamin D and up to 1,000 milligrams of calcium might not actually be doing anything to help prevent broken bones, but may instead increase the risk of kidney stones, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said Monday.
C. Everett Koop, the U.S. surgeon general who was instrumental in promoting childhood sex education for AIDS prevention, led anti-smoking campaigns and efforts to improve diet and nutrition, has died. He was 96.
As 17 percent of U.S. adults have some degree of hearing loss, and the chance of becoming hard of hearing increases with age, cochlear implants can improve speech and quality of life in adults with severe hearing loss, according to a new study.
Japanese drug manufacturer Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and U.S.-based Affymax Inc. issued a recall on Sunday of their anemia drug Omontys used for kidney dialysis patients following reports of serious hypersensitivity reactions among several users which even resulted in some deaths.
A Michigan hospital, the Hurley Medical Center, has settled a lawsuit that accused it of agreeing to a swastika-tattooed man's request that no black nurses care for his newborn baby.
As access to genetic testing continues to expand and interest in genetics and genomics rises, groups representing pediatricians and geneticists issued new recommendations on Thursday when it comes to testing a child's DNA for genetic conditions.
Chinese authorities reported Saturday that a man from the southwestern part of the populous country is the second person to die from the H5N1 bird flu virus this year alone.
In a new breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new type of drug on Friday which is a hybrid between the commonly used breast cancer medicine Herceptin and a potent toxin which targets tumors, while minimizing damage to other cells.
The advent of 3-D printers have opened up a whole world of possibilities, including the medical field where a team at Cornell University have created an artificial ear that looks and acts like a natural ear.
A Michigan woman wasn't feeling well and thought she had a hernia and went to the hospital to get it checked out. It was no hernia, but instead a healthy 10-pound baby girl.