New federal report highlights chronic-disease risks and daily life struggles for people with serious mental health problems.
New therapies are revolutionizing treatment but experts warn the drugs don’t work for everyone.
For unknown reasons, red ink seems to cause more irritation, a survey shows.
Their body temp regulation remains hotly contested.
The BLM finally releases its plan to save the sage grouse.
A closer look at the remarkable way that plants run on solar energy.
A simple sound cue played during a short nap made their biases drop.
The death toll climbed to at least 19, with over a dozen missing, and another round of rain threatening to complicate the cleanup.
They learned to look for certain foods at certain times.
That moment when you think the world is 6,000 years old and you dig up a 60 million year old fish.
A large-scale trial shows that HIV meds work best when started earlier.
As Alzheimer’s disease increases, more people with dementia are criticizing government support.
Daenerys, Sansa, Cersei, Tyrion and Hodor were born in April, according to the zoo.
Having two or more drinks a day was linked to cardiac changes in subjects between the ages of 71 and 81.
“We could have used the medal as a coaster,” Lederman’s wife joked.
The controversial rule places smaller waterways under U.S. safeguards, setting up a fight with states and Congress.
Using a partial jaw found in Ethiopia, the new species is identified as a close cousin of the famous hominin.
The robot uses simulations to get to know its own body, which makes it more adaptable when things go wrong.
Named after a “Harry Potter” creature, the wasp was one of 139 new species discovered in the Mekong Region in 2014.
When water levels started dropping in Melbourne, Australia, residents had a come to Jesus moment that jumped started a major conservation effort.
The modified virus attacks cancer cells while calling the immune system in for back-up.
Ebola and Lassa fever share a lot of similarities, but they are different in a lot of critical ways.
Scientists have long been interested in the link between creativity and madness; now they are trying to prove it.
There’s more than one way to kill a cane toad.
To study how brood parasites trick other birds into raising their young, researchers need to make a whole bunch of ersatz eggs.
Gastroenterologists are working on a new way of preparing for the test.
Bickering could end a program that helped preserve some iconic national parks, Sally Jewell says.
The damage to an inflatable dam, which was holding water to serve Fremont, was reported Thursday.
The original owner of the pipeline won a court case in the late 1980s that exempted it from the county rule.
Scientists said it’s among few examples in this galaxy in which one star feeds off another.
Chemotherapy for colon cancer was worse than she anticipated — for a reason.
One type of ear damage can cause dizziness, nausea and headache. But it’s fixable — with surgery.
Immigrant families often don’t recognize mental illness and look for help only when there’s a crisis.
Revived webcam goes up close to show groups of walruses on Alaska’s Round Island.
Santa Barbara business owners fear a drop in holiday business; residents rally over environmental concerns.
State officials had warned that they were about to impose reductions for the first time in more than 30 years.
Somehow they march without a traffic jam — and no signs of road rage
New research is based on sun protection that some animals generate naturally.
Design 3-D-printable containers for use in outer space, and win prizes.
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