Most Americans will have an excellent view of the so-called Blood Moon.
You’ll have to get up early, but it’s worth it.
On October 8, we will experience the second total lunar eclipse of 2014, also known as a “Blood Moon.” It will be visible for almost all of North America.
The first case of Ebola in the U.S. has been found in Texas. Here’s what you should know about the symptoms, transmission and treatment for the deadly disease.
Watch NASA’s “Flying Saucer” take a test flight in this amazing video from NASA.
IBM has debuted a next-gen computer chip that’s designed to mimic the human brain.
The ESA’s Rosetta Satellite became the first one to orbit a comet and will follow Churyumov-Gerasimenko as it circles the sun. See the pictures here.
Fears are rising about Ebola catching a flight out of Africa.
Why doctors and scientists say that we should stop shaking hands.
Two American health workers have become ill with the Ebola virus.
The most essential science-backed weight loss tips.
It’s true, some core exercises can trigger orgasms.
Find out why dopamine levels are linked to depression, sex, and drug abuse.
Get all the facts and science about this popular natural sleep aid to combat insomnia or jet lag.