Weird & Wild Long thought to be fish-eaters, the big-eyed animals have been observed taking on bigger prey in the North Sea. It seemed a heart-warming sight: two seals apparently frolicking in the sea
Yes, the balls were under-inflated. But did it really make much of a difference? Last week, after the New England Patriots destroyed the Indianapolis Colts by a whopping 38 points, "anonymous league sources"
One of these days, there could well be a simple blood test that can help diagnose and track cancers. We aren't there yet, but a burst of research in this area shows we are getting a lot closer. In the
A California state legislator is proposing to ban the captivity of killer whales for entertainment at SeaWorld in the wake of CNN's controversial documentary "Blackfish." "It is time that we embrace that
Warning: It doesn't get any less gross from here. As an Asian lady, I can't get over that people of African and European descent have moist earwax. I learned this years ago. I still can't get over it!
So much for "no waste." Athletic events are well underway at the 2014 Winter Olympics, which means that their environmental toll is halfway to forgotten. When world athletes gathered for the 2012 Summer
The secret weapon to winning Of all the events at the Winter Olympics, the skeleton is perhaps the most terrifying. Athletes hurtle down the bobsled track on specially designed sleds, headfirst and at
The hospital keeping a pregnant Texas woman on life support, against her families wishes, acknowledged for the first time on Friday that she is brain-dead and that the fetus in her body is not viable.
LONDON (Reuters) - Flies who play the mating game while also living with their brothers are gentler to females during sex and tend to hassle them less, according a study by British scientists. The study
A taste of the biometric future How unique are your ears? Maybe only Mom ever noticed them before, but, according to Michael Boczek, the particular way your ear touches your phone when you use it is unique
Microbes living in the beasts' coats could be deadly to malaria and cancer cells. Sloths are cute. Take this video of baby sloths being washed: Until today, this video might represent sheer joy. But a