The woman had more than 25 times the normal amount of lead in her blood after taking Ayurvedic pills for a year.
Claims of a room-temperature superconductor went viral last week. Here's everything we know.
The long-lost 'body' of mysterious ice age animal carving was discovered in German cave, but archaeologists aren't sure if it's a cave lion or cave bear.
The sun's corona is 200 times hotter than its surface, defying models of stellar bodies. Now, this 80-year-old puzzle may finally have a solution.
One marine mammal has been documented diving as deep as 9,816 feet — equivalent to the depth of over 30 Statues of Liberty stacked on top of one another.
Black holes can swallow stars, planets and even merge with other black holes, but could a massive one swallow the entire universe?
In this extract from the book 'The One Thing You Need to Know', author Marcus Chown explains how the Dirac Equation came to be.
From shrinking goats to a dimmer Earth, here are some of the lesser-known impacts of rising global temperatures.
Thanks to a yellow pigment that filters out sunlight, barreleyes can't be fooled by a common deep-sea camouflage tactic.
The research, which has not been peer-reviewed, has sparked viral attempts at imitation around the world.
Come fall, a new antibody drug should be available to protect U.S. newborns and infants younger than 8 months from severe RSV infections.
Coal miners found the remains of a Roman boat that likely supplied an ancient frontier city and military headquarters.
Flea-spread typhus grew more common in L.A. County between 2010 and 2022, a new report suggests.
Instruments in different parts of the solar system all captured radiation from the same coronal mass ejection for the first time ever.
From spiders the size of dinner plates, to others with inch-long fangs, these mythically-large arachnids roam the earth.
How long could you survive if thrust into the harsh vacuum of space without protection? The short answer is, not very long.
The newly discovered species was part of the phylum annelid, which is made up of segmented worms.