Four out of five Americans said they made up excuses in order to avoid going out and instead played video games, ate in, or did chores.
Score one for Kermit. The government has decided to maybe not let developers destroy all of the western chorus frog's habitat.
The underground tunnel is believed to have helped at least 12 Jewish prisoners escape from a Nazi extermination site in Lithuania.
If you're regularly exercising and smoking pot, you're already taking the right steps to ward off the disease.
If you squint at your iPhone with one eye in a dark room, there's a chance you'll go blind for ~15 minutes. SCIENCE.
Dale Hilton is offering Canadians a more energy-efficient cremation method by using alkaline to liquify bodies and subsequently dumping the runoff into the city's sewage system.
Sharks are giant fish that mostly keep to themselves, but sometimes make people's limbs disappear.
In its first phase of clinical trials, the new vaccine proved to be safe, effective, and yielded virtually zero side effects.
The feeling people get when they think about sex or money is the same addictive happiness teenagers feel when someone likes their post on social media.
A new study has found that most antidepressants don't work on teenagers.
A new study shows boys with higher empathy have more female friends.
The participants chose bongs and pipes over bananas and apples. But can you really blame them?
Murray Ballard has documented everyone from amateur cryonicists in the UK to America's "father of cryonics."
They're not trying to create an army of mutant pig people, though. Don't worry.
The World Health Organization says by 2050, infections caused by ultra-resistant bacteria will be the leading cause of death, but this French scientist may have found the solution.
According to the experts, even your lungs don't get a raw deal.
Researchers found that the percentage of Americans that say they've had a same-sex experience has doubled since the early 1990s for both men and women.
The gorilla Harambe was shot by Cincinnati Zoo workers after a small boy fell into his enclosure, but a professor says the silver lining is that his body could be valuable for research purposes.
Siddhartha Mukherjee's new book, The Gene, delivers a sweeping history of genetics—from the cockamamie ideas that preceded the birth of the field to a striking picture of what the future holds.
Pot creams and soaks are exploding, but does taking a bath in weed water have any real benefits?
Being a pro pot tester is more complicated than you might expect.
Canadian study models what will happen over the next few hundred years if we fuck this up in the worst possible way. Turns out warming won't "slow down" if we burn all our oil.
It's not good enough to just put your phone away in your bag.