A recent study has found that dengue fever, nicknamed “bone breaking fever” for the aches that it can cause, occurs three times as often as was previously thought.
The algae bloom in Lake Erie in 2011, triggered by agricultural practices and warm temperatures, could become a regular occurrence, U.S. scientists warn.
The mysterious African "fairy circles" that appeared this week prompting extraterrestrial theories, has now been demystified and explained by scientists, according to a study published in Friday's edition of the journal Science.
Bat eating spiders? That might sound like something taken out of a science fiction book, but a recent report says they are more common than you might imagine.
De-extinction - reviving once extinct animals using technologies like cloning and genome sequencing - is sending scientist to either corners of the debate. Some are vehemently against it, saying its natural process, while others say we have an "obligation" to do it.
Earth didn't warm up as much as predictions and numerical models had previously said it would between 2000 and 2010, leading scientist to research why that was. Scientists in a new paper released Friday say it's because of volcanic eruptions, even small ones, may contradict some of the effects of global warming.
The study found that pollution may be causing otters’ penises to shrink, as well as fertility problems, and the same contaminants may be affecting human men as well.
Scientists are surprised by the discovery of the mating practices of a certain kind of nudibranch, a type of sea slug.