Hurricane Dorian slammed into North Carolina as a Category 1 storm on Sept. 6, lashing the state with heavy rain, wind and flooding after it made landfall on the Outer Banks, a chain of narrow barrier
Being physically fit may sharpen the memory and lower our risk of dementia, even if we do not start exercising until we are middle-aged or older, according to two stirring new studies of the interplay
Many dog parents already know their pets communicate with them, but what EXACTLY are they trying to say? A speech-language pathologist with an 18-month-old dog is working to find out, and she’s already
Stop Me if You've Heard This One: A Robot and a Team of Irish Scientists Walk Into a Senior Living Home
It’s karaoke-rehearsal time at Knollwood Military Retirement Community, a 300-bed facility tucked away in a leafy corner of northwest Washington, D.C. Knollwood resident and retired U.S. Army Colonel Soriano,
Legend has it that King Arthur was the only person able to pull Excalibur from a stone. But a newly discovered blade found stuck in a rock in a Bosnian river is being described as a "real-life Excalibur."
A group of researchers identified a gene connected to cold-blooded animals' ability to regenerate limbs. Why can newts and toads regrow limbs, but we can’t? New genetic research might hold the answer this
Microscopy lets us take a much, much closer look at the details we might never see with the naked eye, and some multi-talented scientists know how to work a camera and editing suite. Throw those elements