SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
RISING SEAS COULD SUBMERGE THE OLDEST ENGLISH SETTLEMENT IN THE AMERICAS
Rising sea levels could threaten Jamestown in Virginia, Kennedy Space Center and Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, among thousands of other archaeological sites in the U.S.
HOW DO INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILES WORK?
How do intercontinental ballistic missiles — including the one North Korea launched Tuesday (Nov.
FIRST MIGRAINE DRUG IN 20 YEARS CAN HALF NUMBER OF ATTACKS, STUDY SHOWS
Migraine sufferers have been offered new hope after trials showed a designer drug cuts the number of attacks in half. The once-a-month injection, which can be delivered at home, blocks brain molecules linked to migraine, and is the first new preventative therapy in 20 years.
SPACEX’S FALCON HEAVY LAUNCH HAS BEEN DELAYED ONCE AGAIN
SpaceX has pushed back the maiden launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket once again. Initially scheduled for December 2017, it's now set to take place in January 2018.
MANY VIETNAM VETS MAY HAVE CANCER-CAUSING PARASITES: WHAT ARE LIVER FLUKES?
Hundreds of Vietnam War veterans may be infected with parasites called liver flukes, which can sometimes lead to cancer, recent research suggests.
A recent study from the U.S.
94-YEAR-OLD 'TEN COMMANDMENTS' SPHINX UNEARTHED IN COASTAL DUNES
Archaeologists have unearthed a 94-year-old, brightly colored sphinx that once graced the set of the 1923 Hollywood blockbuster, "The Ten Commandments," according to an announcement released Monday (Nov.
AUGMENTIN: USES & SIDE EFFECTS
Augmentin is a brand name for an antibiotic, called co-amoxiclav, that is used to treat a wide range of conditions, from bronchitis to Lyme disease.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND FIRST EVIDENCE FOR JULIUS CAESAR'S INVASION OF BRITAIN
The first Roman invasion of Britain by Julius Caesar in 55BC is a historical fact, with vivid accounts passed down by Tacitus, Cicero and Caesar himself.
EXPLODING BINARY STARS WILL LIGHT UP THE SKY IN 2022
In four years, we are going to get a remarkable show.
'YETI' HAIR? NOTHING SO ABOMINABLE, SCIENTISTS FIND
The yeti, also known as the "
," looms large in the folklore of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet.