The complex forces exerted on our laces act like an invisible hand out to trip us up, a finding that could solve mysteries beyond our feet.
Or at least that's what her zookeepers say anyway. They urge webcam viewers to be patient; the calf will come out when it's ready.
Simba the lion and Lula the bear, the ailing last two residents of Mosul zoo, were flown out of Iraq Monday to receive emergency care from an animal welfare group.
Don't mistake your fitness tracker for a heart monitor. A test of four commercially available wrist monitors finds they aren't that good at monitoring your heart.
Super-Earth exoplanet Gliese 1132b may have an atmosphere with water vapor and methane, astronomers say.
The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome, a disease that has killed millions of bats in the East, has just been found in Texas. Scientists didn't think it could spread there.
Amidst Trump's calls for faster drug approvals, new research finds that FDA's process is more efficient than Europe's
Men with no symptoms of prostate cancer can take a PSA test to screen for early signs of the disease, but if they do they should know that the benefits are pretty much balanced by the risks.
Even in a world with a pristine environment, no cigarettes and the ability to fix faulty genes inherited from our parents, most cancers still would occur thanks to biology and bad luck.
Americans paid more than $6.6 billion over eight years to care for victims of gun violence, and U.S. taxpayers picked up at least 41% of that tab, according to a new tally of hospital bills.
If the average temperature rises by 1 degree Celsius, the number of American adults suffering from diabetes would rise by more than 100,000 a year.
What happens to living things when the global temperature jumps? Do they go extinct? Do they adapt? Do they change? Actually, some of them shrink.
A future in which cancers are cured, heart disease prevented and devastating brain disorders reversed may just have gotten a bit more distant.
Archosaur fossils from Tanzania suggests that certain features that have been presumed to be characteristic of dinosaurs actually evolved much earlier.
Toyota is introducing a wearable robotic leg brace designed to help partially paralyzed people walk.
Frozen, sub-Arctic wastelands loaded with planet-heating greenhouse gases are more susceptible to global warming than previously understood, scientists warned on Monday.
A new study suggests the use of road salt is posing a rising threat to freshwater lakes in parts of North America, including Ontario.
Climate change isn't just threatening our planet; it’s also threatening some of our favourite food and drink. So which tasty foods, and drink, might not be around for much longer? Find out on CTVNews.ca.