LiveScience

Latest stories

1d
FOX News
Eggo Waffle Recall: How To Find ListeriaListeria made its way into the product, he said. Kellogg has not revealed wher
Eggo Waffle Recall: How To Find Listeria
FOX News / Posted yesterday
Listeria made its way into the product, he said. Kellogg has not revealed where Listeria may have been found. More From LiveScience It's possible that the Listeria was found in tests of the waffles themselves, Chapman said. If this is what... Read more
2d
FOX News
How A Hidden Tb Infection Caused One Woman's Infertilityin response to an infection, but can also result from exposure to a foreign sub
How A Hidden Tb Infection Caused One Woman's Infertility
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
in response to an infection, but can also result from exposure to a foreign substance, such as talcum powder. More From LiveScience The woman's doctors then suspected she could have a tuberculosis (TB) infection of the uterus lining, because... Read more
3d
FOX News
Men With Vasectomies Can Still Spread Zika Via Sex, Report Suggestsno sperm. (Sperm are men's reproductive cells, whereas semen is usually a mixtu
Men With Vasectomies Can Still Spread Zika Via Sex, Report Suggests
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
no sperm. (Sperm are men's reproductive cells, whereas semen is usually a mixture of sperm and other fluids.) More From LiveScience A week later, (which was two weeks after the man first showed symptoms), the woman also developed symptoms of... Read more
3d
FOX News
Fat Flora? Gut Bacteria Differ In Obese Kidswho were obese. These bacteria were largely absent or were present in only low
Fat Flora? Gut Bacteria Differ In Obese Kids
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
who were obese. These bacteria were largely absent or were present in only low numbers in lean youth. More From LiveScience In general, the gut microbiota found in obese youth tended to be more efficient at converting carbohydrates to... Read more
4d
KGTV San Diego
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KGTV San Diego / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
KMGH 7 Denver
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
KTNV Las Vegas
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
NBC26 Green Bay
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
KIVI Boise
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
KIVI Boise / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
WRTV Indianapolis
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study saysconsuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes a
Drinking beer could help people read emotions, study says
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 4 days ago
consuming alcohol. Researchers started studying the subjects about 30 minutes after the beer was consumed, according to LiveScience. Participants were shown photos of people with different representing different emotions. Those who drank... Read more
7 related stories
4d
The Christian Post
Archaeology Breakthrough: 1,700-O Hebrew Scroll Discovered to Be Bible's Leviticusit contains verses from the book of Leviticus in the Bible, scientists announce
Archaeology Breakthrough: 1,700-O Hebrew Scroll Discovered to Be Bible's Leviticus
The Christian Post / Posted 4 days ago
it contains verses from the book of Leviticus in the Bible, scientists announced in a major archaeological breakthrough. LiveScience reported on Wednesday that the En-Gedi scroll, which for centuries had been unreadable due to a fire that left it... Read more
34 related stories
4d
FOX News
'fault In Our Stars' Couple: Why Cystic Fibrosis Shortens Livesthe condition causes breathing and digestive problems, according to the Cystic
'fault In Our Stars' Couple: Why Cystic Fibrosis Shortens Lives
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
the condition causes breathing and digestive problems, according to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF). More From LiveScience Excessive mucus in the lungs creates an ideal place for bacteria to thrive and multiply, the CFF says. This... Read more
200 related stories
5d
redOrbit
Ancient jeans? World's oldest indigo-dyed cloth found in Perucontributions as early and in this case even earlier than people were in other
Ancient jeans? World's oldest indigo-dyed cloth found in Peru
redOrbit / Posted 5 days ago
contributions as early and in this case even earlier than people were in other parts of the world,” the archaeologist told LiveScience. “We in the West typically skip over the accomplishments of the ancient people of the western hemisphere... but... Read more
5d
FOX News
Why Some People Lack Wisdom Teethhail from China and are about 300,000 to 400,000 years old, suggesting the firs
Why Some People Lack Wisdom Teeth
FOX News / Posted 5 days ago
hail from China and are about 300,000 to 400,000 years old, suggesting the first mutation may have arisen there, Mann told LiveScience. Like most mammals, humans' ancestors had four sets of three molars (for a total of 12, with six in both the... Read more
6d
FOX News
Addiction's Not Adorable: Babies Less Cute To Opioid Users#CuteOff] In addition, seeing the baby schema motivated people to take care of
Addiction's Not Adorable: Babies Less Cute To Opioid Users
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
#CuteOff] In addition, seeing the baby schema motivated people to take care of others, the 2009 study found. More From LiveScience The new study included 47 people who were dependent on opioids and who were starting a treatment program. In the... Read more
4 related stories
6d
redOrbit
Rare inter-species viper fight caught on cameraobservation is that they are two different species.”Evidence of cross-species m
Rare inter-species viper fight caught on camera
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
observation is that they are two different species.”Evidence of cross-species mating between different vipers? Kelly told LiveScience that she first saw the viper vs. viper encounter while looking out of the window in her Snowball, Arkansas cabin.... Read more
7d
Calcutta News
Future of relationships: Sex with robots is inevitable, scientists claimshe reportedly stated. According to a report in Mirror, in 2007, artificial in
Future of relationships: Sex with robots is inevitable, scientists claim
Calcutta News / Posted 7 days ago
she reportedly stated. According to a report in Mirror, in 2007, artificial intelligence researcher David Levy told LiveScience that people could be marrying robots by 2050. “It may sound a little weird but it isn’t.” Further, Ian Yeoman... Read more
7d
FOX News
Depression During Pregnancy Linked To Gestational Diabetesdevelop postpartum depression compared with those who did not have gestational
Depression During Pregnancy Linked To Gestational Diabetes
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
develop postpartum depression compared with those who did not have gestational diabetes, according to the study. More From LiveScience Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy. When a person has diabetes, the body... Read more
10 related stories
7d
CNBC
Bald eagles trained to snatch hostile dronesbald eagles imported from North America to intercept small drones that appear s
Bald eagles trained to snatch hostile drones
CNBC / Posted 7 days ago
bald eagles imported from North America to intercept small drones that appear suspicious or may pose threats, according to LiveScience. The Dutch National Police have been training the birds for the past year, and apparently received interest in... Read more
8d
FOX News
Zika Pesticide Controversy: Is 'naled' Dangerous To Human Health?to naled before the study started, perhaps from pest control chemicals used in
Zika Pesticide Controversy: Is 'naled' Dangerous To Human Health?
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
to naled before the study started, perhaps from pest control chemicals used in their homes or workplaces. More From LiveScience Humans have a much lower ratio of body surface area to body volume than insects, and human skin is less prone to... Read more
15 related stories
8d
FOX News
Why Are College Students Getting Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease?their residences thoroughly and install bottles of hand sanitizer in each resid
Why Are College Students Getting Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease?
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
their residences thoroughly and install bottles of hand sanitizer in each residence," the statement said. More From LiveScience There is no specific treatment for the disease, but people who are sick usually get better in a few days, FSU... Read more
8d
FOX News
Medical Marijuana Programs May Help Cut Opioid Usemarijuana in U.S. states appears to be linked with lower death rates from opioi
Medical Marijuana Programs May Help Cut Opioid Use
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
marijuana in U.S. states appears to be linked with lower death rates from opioid overdoses within that state. More From LiveScience Opioid use can be difficult to measure in general, but a positive test for opioids in the blood or urine... Read more
4 related stories
11d
FOX News
Toxins At Home? Dust May Harbor Harmful Chemicalsdust samples collected, which suggests that many people are exposed to these su
Toxins At Home? Dust May Harbor Harmful Chemicals
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
dust samples collected, which suggests that many people are exposed to these substances, the researchers said. More From LiveScience The 45 chemicals belong to five classes of compounds: phthalates, flame retardants, phenols, fragrances and... Read more
60 related stories
11d
FOX News
Rare Disorder That Made Patient 'feel Unreal' Linked To Grim Daydreamsof their bodies. They may also feel as though the things around them are not re
Rare Disorder That Made Patient 'feel Unreal' Linked To Grim Daydreams
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
of their bodies. They may also feel as though the things around them are not real, according to the Mayo Clinic.More From LiveScience Traditionally, psychiatrists don't consider that sleep problems are a potential contributor to the symptoms of... Read more
11d
FOX News
Alcohol's Toll On The Heart: Bigger, Not Betterthe Atrial Fibrillation Treatment Program at UMass Memorial Health Care in Mass
Alcohol's Toll On The Heart: Bigger, Not Better
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
the Atrial Fibrillation Treatment Program at UMass Memorial Health Care in Massachusetts, wrote in their report. More From LiveScience Indeed, previous studies have suggested that alcohol may be associated with atrial fibrillation. However, it was... Read more
5 related stories
11d
FOX News
Inactivity Is The Biggest Heart Disease Risk Factor For Women Over 30Europe, Brown said. The study was published online May 8 in the British Journa
Inactivity Is The Biggest Heart Disease Risk Factor For Women Over 30
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
Europe, Brown said. The study was published online May 8 in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Copyright 2014 LiveScience, a TechMediaNetwork company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or... Read more
12d
FOX News
Boy's Ear Problems Had Rare Cause: Gut Diseasepublished so that it would bring awareness to these symptoms as possible compli
Boy's Ear Problems Had Rare Cause: Gut Disease
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
published so that it would bring awareness to these symptoms as possible complications of Crohn's disease. Copyright 2014 LiveScience, a TechMediaNetwork company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or... Read more
12d
FOX News
Man's Rare Infection Linked To Parrotsof the report. This bit of information led doctors to suspect that the man had
Man's Rare Infection Linked To Parrots
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
of the report. This bit of information led doctors to suspect that the man had psittacosis, or "parrot fever." More From LiveScience This illness is a type of pneumonia caused by the bacterium Chlamydia psittaci, which can be deadly in birds.... Read more
12d
FOX News
Daily Marijuana Use Linked To Lower BmiIsabelle C. Beulaygue, a research support specialist in interventional radiolog
Daily Marijuana Use Linked To Lower Bmi
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
Isabelle C. Beulaygue, a research support specialist in interventional radiology at the University of Miami. More From LiveScience In the study, the researchers looked at more than 13,000 adults ages 18 to 26. The researchers collected body... Read more
13d
FOX News
Live mice are bred from artificially developed eggThe chemically modified parthenogenotes were then injected with the sperm and i
Live mice are bred from artificially developed egg
FOX News / Posted 13 days ago
The chemically modified parthenogenotes were then injected with the sperm and implanted into surrogate mothers. More From LiveScience The research upended the notion that mammalian sperm cells could only transform into mature sperm cells when... Read more
73 related stories
14d
FOX News
Chicken pox virus spreads through school busreport. The kids didn't interact socially in school or have classes or lunch to
Chicken pox virus spreads through school bus
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
report. The kids didn't interact socially in school or have classes or lunch together, the researchers noted. More From LiveScience Chicken pox outbreaks are rare, because most children are now vaccinated against the virus. At the school in the... Read more
15d
FOX News
Hospitals jack up costs 'strategically,' study findsIn other words, those hospitals that can mark up prices, do mark up prices, acc
Hospitals jack up costs 'strategically,' study finds
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
In other words, those hospitals that can mark up prices, do mark up prices, according to the researchers. More From LiveScience The pricing can have serious consequences for the payer, the researchers said. For example, hospitals whose... Read more
15d
The Arizona Republic
2 California kids likely have leprosyit's still around—now known as Hansen's disease—and two schoolchildren in Calif
2 California kids likely have leprosy
The Arizona Republic / Posted 15 days ago
it's still around—now known as Hansen's disease—and two schoolchildren in California's Riverside County likely have it. As LiveScience reports, Hansen's disease is rare in the U.S., with just 100 to 200 cases reported in a typical year, and it's... Read more
15d
FOX News
Hepatitis A outbreak: How does a virus get into strawberries?he said. And berries have a lot of nooks and crannies on their surfaces, where
Hepatitis A outbreak: How does a virus get into strawberries?
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
he said. And berries have a lot of nooks and crannies on their surfaces, where viruses can hide, he added. More From LiveScience The next step, freezing the berries, only further preserves the virus, Chapman said. And because frozen berries... Read more
15d
FOX News
Drug use in America: What the numbers sayIn many cases, people who use heroin may unknowingly use fentanyl, because hero
Drug use in America: What the numbers say
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
In many cases, people who use heroin may unknowingly use fentanyl, because heroin may be laced with fentanyl.More From LiveScience However, the findings also suggest that the prevention efforts do work to curb substance use, Enomoto said. For... Read more
15d
USA Today
2 California kids likely have leprosyit's still around—now known as Hansen's disease—and two schoolchildren in Calif
2 California kids likely have leprosy
USA Today / Posted 15 days ago
it's still around—now known as Hansen's disease—and two schoolchildren in California's Riverside County likely have it. As LiveScience reports, Hansen's disease is rare in the U.S., with just 100 to 200 cases reported in a typical year, and it's... Read more
15d
FOX News
Leprosy suspected in 2 California kids: How could they contract it?Mozambique, Nepal, Republic of Marshall Islands and the United Republic of Tanz
Leprosy suspected in 2 California kids: How could they contract it?
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
Mozambique, Nepal, Republic of Marshall Islands and the United Republic of Tanzania, according to the CDC. More From LiveScience The disease is caused by a bacterium known as Mycobacterium leprae. It mainly affects the skin, peripheral... Read more
17d
FOX News
Zika pesticide controversy: Is 'naled' dangerous to human health?outdoors had a half-life of just over an hour, meaning that half the substance
Zika pesticide controversy: Is 'naled' dangerous to human health?
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
outdoors had a half-life of just over an hour, meaning that half the substance degraded in that time period. More From LiveScience In a 2008 study of naled spraying that was also published in the Journal of the American Mosquito Control... Read more
89 related stories
18d
FOX News
Here's why drinkers should hit the gymeffects, the researchers wrote. In other words, the effects of exercise may can
Here's why drinkers should hit the gym
FOX News / Posted 18 days ago
effects, the researchers wrote. In other words, the effects of exercise may cancel out those of alcohol. More From LiveScience In the study, the researchers looked at the exercise and drinking habits of more than 36,000 men and women in... Read more
80 related stories
18d
Decclan Chronicle
Giant pandas are no longer endangeredlove them): the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) no longer
Giant pandas are no longer endangered
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
love them): the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) no longer considers them to be an endangered species, LiveScience reports. On Sunday, September 4, IUCN announced updates to its Red List of Threatened Species, a comprehensive... Read more
247 related stories
18d
USA Today
Off N.C. coast, NOAA searches WWII battlefield, largest in historyGerman government, which declared two years ago it has no interest in recoverin
Off N.C. coast, NOAA searches WWII battlefield, largest in history
USA Today / Posted 18 days ago
German government, which declared two years ago it has no interest in recovering any wreckage or the bodies, according to LiveScience. NOAA hopes its mission will "preserve this little known chapter of American history" and "help memorialize the... Read more
18d
asianage
Giant pandas are no longer endangeredlove them): the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) no longer
Giant pandas are no longer endangered
asianage / Posted 18 days ago
love them): the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) no longer considers them to be an endangered species, LiveScience reports. On Sunday, September 4, IUCN announced updates to its Red List of Threatened Species, a comprehensive... Read more
247 related stories
19d
FOX News
Brain enzyme linked to alcohol dependencybrains, the rodents were also more likely to search for and help themselves to
Brain enzyme linked to alcohol dependency
FOX News / Posted 19 days ago
brains, the rodents were also more likely to search for and help themselves to alcohol in response to stress. More From LiveScience When scientists restricted the production of Prdm2 in rats that were not already dependent on alcohol, it... Read more
19d
FOX News
Nix homework to help students? What the science saysthese assignments as true homework that must be completed, she explained. [Best
Nix homework to help students? What the science says
FOX News / Posted 19 days ago
these assignments as true homework that must be completed, she explained. [Best Science-y Books for Kids] More From LiveScience In middle school, the evidence shows a slight correlation between doing homework and academic achievement, but... Read more
19d
FOX News
Pediatricians issue new flu shot recommendations for kidsagainst flu, and these recent studies show the flu shot is likely to provide a
Pediatricians issue new flu shot recommendations for kids
FOX News / Posted 19 days ago
against flu, and these recent studies show the flu shot is likely to provide a higher level of protection." More From LiveScience The flu shot remains the best available means of preventing flu, the researchers said in the policy statement,... Read more
46 related stories
20d
FOX News
What nerve: Different nerve cells causes sweat, goose bumpsto be nonspecific, meaning that it caused the body to produce the same response
What nerve: Different nerve cells causes sweat, goose bumps
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
to be nonspecific, meaning that it caused the body to produce the same response no matter what stimulated it. More From LiveScience However, a team of researchers has now mapped the nerve cells that carry the sympathetic nervous system's... Read more
20d
FOX News
How meat labels trick your mindunder which a label of "humanely farmed" may have a positive effect on people's
How meat labels trick your mind
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
under which a label of "humanely farmed" may have a positive effect on people's experience of eating. Copyright 2016 LiveScience, a Purch company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or red... Read more
21d
FOX News
Deadly degrees: Why heat waves kill so quicklyhe said. Arizona's Department of Health Services has shared the following tips
Deadly degrees: Why heat waves kill so quickly
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
he said. Arizona's Department of Health Services has shared the following tips for preventing heat illness: Copyright 2016 LiveScience, a Purch company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistribu... Read more
21d
FOX News
For kids with eczema, 'soak and smear'research on the subject and more definitive statements and instructions from me
For kids with eczema, 'soak and smear'
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
research on the subject and more definitive statements and instructions from medical-expert groups. Copyright 2016 LiveScience, a Purch company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or r... Read more
More

People in this news