A week after swimming on a family vacation, a 4-year-old boy from Texas took his last breath.
In 2016, the Center for Planetary Science proposed a hypothesis arguing a comet or its hydrogen cloud were a strong candidate for the source of the "Wow!" Signal. Get to know how this alien life mystery was solved.
It’s no secret that separation and divorce takes a toll on children, especially if their parents are harboring hostile or bitter feelings toward each other.
There are lots of mysteries hidden in our limitless universe, nobody even knows whether there is any endpoint of this universe or not. Get to know more about our very own galaxy.
Playing video games can help young people develop skills needed for university, according to new research.
Astronomers have discovered the hottest alien planet ever known, with a dayside temperature of more than 4,300 degrees Celsius.In fact, this planet, called KELT-9b, is hotter than most stars, according to a study published in the journal Nature.
Get to know how NASA's Backyard Worlds detected a brown dwarf.
Alien civilizations could be trying to communicate with us, using extremely advanced neutrino-based communication systems and we may be unable to detect it.
Alcohol and marijuana may be the most commonly used recreational drugs in the world, but magic mushrooms appear to be the safest, a new survey finds.
This week, NASA debuts its next generation Mars rover with a distinct alien-like design. This NASA Mars Rover is set to be launched on the upcoming manned mission to the Red Planet in 2020.
Cigarette filters, introduced decades ago to reduce the number of tar smokers inhale, also alter other properties of smoke and smoking in a way that raises the risk of lung cancer, researchers say.
Recently NASA’s Juno space probe initialized to deliver the first closer look at Jupiter's surface.
A new study from the American Heart Association finds sleeping less than six hours a night could more than double the risk of death for people with metabolic syndrome.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.