Predictable patterns in terrorist propaganda could provide a foundation for developing counter-messaging, researchers say.
Old dead trees on the forest floor are a chief fuel driving wildfires in California's Sierra Nevada mountains, a study of the KNP Complex Fire shows.
A solution that transforms into a hydrogel and releases a steady dose of an anti-HIV drug could eliminate the need for a daily pill to prevent AIDS.
After traveling billions of miles, the NASA OSIRIS-REx mission has landed a capsule with rocks and dust from the asteroid Bennu in the Utah desert.
The sleep of people in Asia is more variable during the work week and they do not extend their sleep as much at the weekend.
Strong, rapidly fluctuating magnetic field pulses that can affect brain activity may help reduce cigarette cravings, say researchers.
Jellyfish can learn at a much more complex level than ever imagined, despite only having one thousand nerve cells and no centralized brain.
Cholesterol buildup that crystalizes can contribute to the development of diabetic retinopathy, report researchers.
A majority of computer science experts at top US research universities want a new federal agency or global organization to govern AI.
A population of endangered red-crowned parrots is thriving in urban areas of South Texas, research finds.
"...the spread of voter fraud messages on Twitter was driven by a bias for tweets with more negative emotion..."
Increased tagging of fish, seals, birds, and other animals can help fill key data gaps in understanding the world's changing climate.
Temperature fluctuations in the tropical Atlantic Ocean are largely driven by human-induced aerosol emissions, a study finds.
"All mothers experience stress; but Black mothers in the US experience additional stresses specifically related to parenting and racism."
Removing road-killed animals that can lead to golden eagles getting hit by cars could help offset the number of birds wind turbines kill.
A new FDA-approved oral medication, zuranolone, eases postpartum depression in as little as three days. Here's what you should know.
Some birds that live year round in big cities have eyes that are about 5% smaller. Researchers say bright lights may be the cause.
The rate at which large cosmic structures grow is slower than Einstein's Theory of General Relativity predicts, report researchers.
A baby's cry triggers the release of oxytocin, a brain chemical that controls breast milk release in mothers, a new study with mice shows.
A smart speaker system mutes certain areas of a room or separates simultaneous conversations, even if two people have similar voices.
Vaping increases the risk of asthma in young people who have never smoked conventional tobacco products, a new study suggests.
A plant compound inhibits the growth of drug-resistant fungus Candida auris in the lab, a study finds.
Expanding screening to include identifying genes linked with a higher risk for these disorders could worsen health disparities.
A study of a lizard species in Arizona revealed that nearly 70 years' worth of climate-related extinction occurred in just seven years.
Only a third of adults in the US didn't rely on their parents for some form of material support between their late teens and early 40s.
Agriculture can produce pathogens from animals, but it can form barriers that help block their spread, an article argues.
"Flossing is beyond just putting a piece of floss between your teeth to get a piece of food out."
A new review paper suggests that scrambler therapy can yield significant relief for approximately 80–90% of patients with chronic pain.
A new study suggests that 56 million Americans are unknowingly and routinely exposed to toxic secondhand smoke.
Deadly hospital infections caused by Clostridioides difficile, or C. diff, may not result from transmission after all, researchers report.