Venezuela's economic collapse under President Nicolas Maduro has left the once-prosperous nation unable to purchase sufficient foreign medicine or produce enough of its own
While early action can limit damage, according to the report, ocean levels will rise because heat-trapping industrial gases already emitted will linger in the atmosphere, melting more ice
Researchers find that by four months into epidemic, clinics are delivering one-third to two-thirds fewer basic services
Curbing consumption of processed foods, sugary drinks, unhealthy fats and eating vegetables prove to be key, study finds
About 67 percent of kids who had the experimental treatment were able to tolerate two peanuts at the end of the study, compared to only 4 percent of others given a dummy powder
For every 1,000 children born in Pakistan, 46 die before the end of their first month
Discovery, made by divers in underwater cavern, could help shed new light on ancient Maya civilization
Pollution threatening recently mapped Sac Actun cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula, a vast underground network that experts say could be the most important underwater archaeological site in the world
Aid agencies calling region’s newborn death rate a 'hidden tragedy'
Award granted every three years for outstanding grassroots projects to solve water issues in developing nations.
If you want to know how vampire bats can survive on a diet that — as everyone knows — consists exclusively of blood, the answer is simple. It's in their genes
'The concept that mental illness is a precursor to violent behavior is nonsense,' says Dr. Louis Kraus, forensic psychiatry chief at Chicago's Rush University Medical College. 'The vast majority of gun violence is not attributable to mental illness'