A cure for patchy baldness may be on the way, according to a new study published Sunday in the journal Nature Medicine.
Ancient Egyptians may have been concocting complex and effective mixtures to preserve their dead as far back as 4300 BC, new evidence suggests.
Meet the Caiuajara dobruskii: one of the craziest extinct flying lizards you'll ever see.
What gives geckos the remarkable ability to run upside down across ceilings and stop short on smooth vertical surfaces? You could call it "the hierarchy of hairs."
The Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight and you don't want to miss it.
There's a massive red tide blooming off the coast of southwestern Florida and it appears to be growing.
Although it will dominate the news like it dominated the U.S. Open golfers here Sunday, the best story was not the tough-to-play Pinehurst No. 2 course. The best story, if you watched closely and listened carefully, was the game's emerging star, Martin Kaymer. It is easy, and probably premature, to take this a step further and talk about golf's current need for such a thing. Tiger Woods is oft injured now, oft surly about both the present and the future, and, with a few more failures at major tournaments, perhaps fading as the guy driving the lead cart. Phil Mickelson will turn 44 Monday. He is still a fan favorite, still can be meteoric as he was in the British Open last...