A History Lesson On How Atlantic Storms Get Their NamesDid you know that at one point in time tropical cyclones were given solely female names?
Spring Season Starts SaturdaySpring season begins in the Northern Hemisphere this Saturday on March 20th at 5:37 a.m.
How Rudolph Got A Bright Red Nose And Other Holiday Science ExplainedHave you ever wondered how Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer developed a shiny red nose? Or how Ebenezer Scrooge could really travel into the future?
How Rudolph Got A Bright Red Nose And Other Holiday Science ExplainedHave you ever wondered how Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer developed a shiny red nose? Or how Ebenezer Scrooge could really travel into the future?
Here's What Science Says About Smoking Pot Vs. Smoking CigarettesGenerations of Americans have been taught that smoking endangers their health, but marijuana advocates say there's no comparison between joints and cigarettes.
How Rudolph Got A Bright Red Nose And Other Holiday Science ExplainedEver wonder how Rudolph could genetically develop a glowing red nose? Or how Ebenezer Scrooge could really travel into the future?
Secret Tunnels Between Your Brain And Skull Discovered By ScientistsDid you know there are tiny tunnels running from your skull to your brain? Don't worry, no one else did either - until now.
'Survival Of The Laziest' May Be Key To Evolution, Study SuggestsScientists used to believe evolution was all about the "survival of the fittest." A new study is suggesting that the key to survival may actually be laziness.
Scientists Accidentally Create Treatment That May Stop ObesityA failed experiment may have accidentally created a new treatment that could allow humans to eat whatever they want without gaining weight.
Humans Have Already Depleted Earth's Resources For The YearA non-profit research group has some bad news for the rest of 2018. According to their calculations, humans have already used up all of the Earth's renewable resources for the year.
Researchers Create Heart Attack Prediction ToolMedical researchers affiliated with Dallas-based UT Southwestern Medical Center have unveiled a web page designed to “calculate” a person’s risk level for heart attack or stroke.