Scientist proves that driving while talking on your cell phone makes you a road hazard.
What you're calling a stomach "flu" is probably food poisoning, and you might be the cause of it.
Human flight began as early as the 18th-century when scientists learned how to harness the power of different gases.
Despite their immensely complex thoroughfares, ants never have traffic jams. How do they do it?
Despite being touted for their health benefits, antioxidant supplements might do little more for you than snake oil.
Hawkmoths not only have excellent night vision, but they can distinguish between colors in the dark.
*Beware of alarmist headlines. The odds are slim when it comes to giant Earth-bound asteroids.
Your schnoz may hold senior status in olfactory matters, but other parts of your body, like skin cells, can make scents of things on their own.
Spiders meticulously weave their deathtrap and, on occasion, get caught in it when outsmarted.
About 178 species including the woolly mammoth and the saber-toothed cat disappeared tens of thousand of years ago. What brought about their demise?