Geologists used the technique of carbon dating on flood deposits to date Yellow River flood at about 1900 B.C.
A new study found that the “thirst circuit” in brain also monitors the temperature of the mouth.
Health benefits of drinking appear “irrelevant” when compared to the heightened risk of a range of cancers.
Food items that fall short of “unrealistic” standards are rejected, producing millions of tons of waste annually.
by Jason Harris The leaders of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico signed a bold plan last week.
by Juliana Kenny Various research shows the ozone layer is healing, but penguins are in trouble.
by Louise Blouin Can the U.S. back up its claim as a global leader in climate change?
By Michael Lerner The list of exisiting or planned sites includes California, Morocco, India, Dubai, and China.
by Juliana Kenny The wearables market is on the rise as the internet of things gets going.
by Juliana Kenny The world now has more overweight than underweight people, and air pollution doesn't help.
by Michael Lerner Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the U.K., and this measure will help fight it.
Wonderful Pistachios is recalling some nuts voluntarily.
by Juliana Kenny Lawmakers are pressing the FDA for a total lift of the ban.
by Juliana Kenny Multiple states' "admitting privileges" laws have been struck down.
By Michael Lerner Although major strides in treatment have been made, new HIV infections are still high.
Tests show that hundreds of babies could be born with birth defects.
by Juliana Kenny Thousands of trans people already actively serve.
46 cities across China are sinking, according to the Chinese government.
by Juliana Kenny New research looks at the risks of exposure to blue-rich white light.
The planet was discovered using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope.