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Woman Has Sextuplets: The Science of Multiple Births
LIVE SCIENCE A woman in Virginia recently gave birth to sextuplets, but how does such a high-order pregnancy happen? 10 hours
Massive California Landslide Visible from Space
LIVE SCIENCE A massive California landslide that covered a huge swath of a coastal highway in rubble was captured in satellite images. 11 hours
Shopping Hungry? Psychology Trick Could Stifle Bad Food Choices
LIVE SCIENCE It's a scenario you've probably experienced: You go to the supermarket hungry, and you end up with a shopping cart filled with foods you probably wouldn't buy if you weren't... 13 hours
Could This Backpack-Wearing Pigeon Really Deliver Drugs?
LIVE SCIENCE Police captured an unlikely drug smuggler — a homing pigeon — carrying a custom-made backpack loaded with what supposedly are 178 ecstasy pills. But are pigeons adept enough to navigate for deliveries? 13 hours
Chewbacca to Jabba the Hutt: 10 Real 'Star Wars' Beasts in the Animal Kingdom
LIVE SCIENCE From Star Wars characters Wookies to the sarlacc in the Pit of Carkoon, here are 10 creatures you might recognize... 14 hours
Dark Energy May Lurk in the Nothingness of Space
LIVE SCIENCE The vacuum of empty space may be roiling with energy that drives the expansion of space itself, a new hypothesis proposes. 14 hours
Dads' Brains React Differently to Sons and Daughters
LIVE SCIENCE Dads with daughters interact differently with their kids than fathers with sons, a new study suggests. 15 hours
Kind of Blue: Beautiful Algae Images in Rare 19th-Century Book (Photos)
LIVE SCIENCE Nineteenth-century cyanotypes — an early form of photography — capture the delicate beauty of British algae. 15 hours
Less Invasive Autopsy Should Be Standard Practice, Study Says
LIVE SCIENCE A new, less invasive method of conducting autopsies could one day replace the traditional procedure for diagnosing the causes of many deaths, according to a new study. 15 hours
Can a Woman's Heart Rate Show When She's Fertile?
LIVE SCIENCE A woman's heart rate appears to increase slightly when she's at the most fertile point in her menstrual cycle. 15 hours
Spray-On Touch Screens? How to Turn Any Flat Surface into a Touchpad
LIVE SCIENCE With just a can of spray paint, researchers can turn flat surfaces of any shape or size into touchpads. 16 hours
Massive Marine Reptile Terrorized Squid During the Dinosaur Age
LIVE SCIENCE A newly identified, 130-million-year-old marine reptile was enormous, measuring the length of nearly three grand pianos lined up, but it wasn't a top marine predator, a new study finds. 16 hours
Henge Monument and Mysterious Burials Uncovered in England
LIVE SCIENCE Archaeologists found a 4,000-year-old henge in England that contained five human burials. 17 hours
Robotic Exoskeletons Reveal the Complexity Behind Every Step You Take
LIVE SCIENCE Harvard researchers aim to improve robotic therapy for those learning to walk again. 17 hours
Mysterious New Henge in England (Photos)
LIVE SCIENCE Archaeologists in England discovered a Neolithic earthwork and burial site that could date back to 2000 B.C. 17 hours
In Photos: The Best US Beaches of 2017
LIVE SCIENCE Summer is here, and that means that "Dr. Beach" has again released his top 10 list of public beaches in the United States. 18 hours
2 Missing WWII B-25 Bombers Found in the Pacific Ocean
LIVE SCIENCE Using a sonar-equipped underwater robot, a team of scientists has discovered the debris of a missing World War II-era B-25 bomber plane off the coast of Papua New... 21 hours
Florida Paradise Nabs Top Spot on 2017 Best Beaches List
LIVE SCIENCE This year's top beach features expanses of fine-grained white-quartz sand and warm, clear waters. 21 hours
In Photos: The Best Beaches of 2017
LIVE SCIENCE Summer is here, and that means that "Dr. Beach" has again released his top 10 list of public beaches in the United States. 21 hours
Mermaids & Mermen: Facts & Legends
LIVE SCIENCE Mermaids — legendary half-human, half marine creatures — have fascinated people for centuries and inspired many "sightings." 1 day
'Lotus Birth:' What Experts Say About Cutting the Cord
LIVE SCIENCE Experts are skeptical about the neonatal practice of "lotus birth," in which parents opt out of severing their newborn's umbilical cord. 1 day
Lake Michigan Facts
LIVE SCIENCE Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake located entirely in the United States. 1 day
A Guide to Hurricane Season 2017
LIVE SCIENCE Here’s a guide to the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season including predictions, naming conventions and how to make storm preparations. 1 day
Mysteries at Jupiter: NASA's Juno Probe Reveals Cyclones, Auroras & Surprises
LIVE SCIENCE Huge cyclones rage near Jupiter's mysterious poles, and the giant planet's powerful auroras are fundamentally different from Earth's northern and southern lights, the first science results... 1 day
Expect a Wild Hurricane Season This Year
LIVE SCIENCE This year's hurricane season is shaping up to be more active than usual, a forecast from NOAA predicts. 1 day
'Seal Finger' Worries Prompt Antibiotics After Sea Lion Attack
LIVE SCIENCE A young girl who was pulled underwater by sea lion in Canada is now receiving treatment for an infection known as "seal finger," just to be on the safe side,... 2 days
11 Weird Things People Have Swallowed
LIVE SCIENCE People have swallowed all sorts of weird objects, from household items to tech gadgets. 2 days
Vikings Wintered and Planned Raids at 9th-Century English Site
LIVE SCIENCE Thousands of Viking warriors spent the winter camped along a river in Lincolnshire, England, in the late ninth century, playing games and preparing for the next raiding season. 2 days
Deaths from Alzheimer's Increase 50 Percent
LIVE SCIENCE Deaths from Alzheimer's disease are on the rise in the United States. 2 days
Doctor of Baby Poop: Q&A with Author of 'Looking Out for Number Two'
LIVE SCIENCE A new book makes understanding baby digestion less of a crap shoot. 2 days
Why Sleep Is So Important for People at Risk for Heart Disease
LIVE SCIENCE Not getting enough sleep is linked to an increased risk of dying early, a new study finds. 2 days
Enlightening: Meditation May Trigger Unpleasant Experiences
LIVE SCIENCE People experience a range of unpleasant feelings — including fear, anxiety and panic — related to meditation, researchers found. 2 days
9 Animals with 'Star Wars'-Inspired Names
LIVE SCIENCE Though the process of naming a species has to follow certain rules, there's also room for adding a personal touch — or even a whimsical one. These "Star Wars"-inspired examples are the species you've been looking... 2 days
Photos: Take a Tour of Crater Lake National Park's Natural Wonders
LIVE SCIENCE Crater Lake is a caldera lake and is one of the most spectacular natural wonders of North America. Check out these incredible photos of the region. 2 days
Book Excerpt: 'Looking Out for Number Two' (Harper Wave, 2017)
LIVE SCIENCE A new book by a pediatric gastroenterologist offers a reassuring (and humorous) perspective on the mysterious effluvia that infants produce. 2 days
Ptooey! Tree-Climbing Goats Spread Seeds by Spitting
LIVE SCIENCE Tree-climbing goats in Morocco give their roosts a boost … by spitting the trees' seeds on the ground. 2 days
Celebrate Star Wars' 40th Anniversary with Epic Soundtrack and Encyclopedia [Deal]
LIVE SCIENCE While there are hundreds of ways to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, below we're listing two of our favorites. 2 days
4 Baby Squirrels Get Tails Entangled in Bizarre Video (Here's How)
LIVE SCIENCE A bizarre video shows four baby squirrels limping along with their tails entangled, likely because they got them stuck in tree sap. 2 days
Spitting, Tree-Climbing Goats Spread Seeds
LIVE SCIENCE Tree-climbing goats in Morocco give their roosts a boost … by spitting the trees' seeds on the ground. 2 days
4 Squirrels Get Tails Entangled in Bizarre Video (Here's How)
LIVE SCIENCE A bizarre video shows four baby squirrels limping along with their tails entangled, likely because they got them stuck in tree sap. 2 days
Whales Only Recently Evolved into Giants
LIVE SCIENCE The early ancestors of 100-foot-long blue whales were dolphin-sized, according to new research that explains how they and other whale giants got to be so big. 2 days
Keeping Cool: The Science of Sweat
LIVE SCIENCE Sweating is the human body’s way to keep cool through the evaporation of liquid released from the sweat glands. 2 days
Trouble Sleeping? Air Pollution Could Be the Culprit
LIVE SCIENCE People in a new study who lived in areas with high levels of air pollution slept worse. 2 days
Your Intelligence Genes: 52 and Counting
LIVE SCIENCE The genes only explain a small portion of the differences in intelligence among people. 2 days
From 'Magic' Mushrooms to Meth: The ER Rates for Drug Users
LIVE SCIENCE Alcohol and marijuana may be the most commonly used recreational drugs in the world, but magic mushrooms appear to be the safest, a new survey finds. 2 days
Marijuana Extract Reduces Seizures in Kids with Rare Disorder
LIVE SCIENCE A clinical trial finally supports what anecdotal evidence had suggested for some time. 2 days
New Map Tracks Germs' Travels Around Hospitals
LIVE SCIENCE In a yearlong study, researchers watched bacteria populate a newly opened hospital. 3 days
In Images: Meet the Top 10 Newfound Species
LIVE SCIENCE A "bleeding" tomato, a "Game of Thrones" ant and others made the list. 3 days
Rip Currents: The Ocean's Deadliest Trick
LIVE SCIENCE Each year, rip currents kill more people than sharks or jellyfish or even hurricanes. 3 days
Taiwan's Top Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage
LIVE SCIENCE A ruling by Taiwan's Constitutional Court this morning paves the way for the island to become the first place in Asia to approve same-sex unions. 3 days
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