Science

‘Bycatch’ Is Likely On Your Dinner Plate

by Joan Reddy

According to a report by Oceana, consumers may be getting more than they asked for when buying fish at the supermarket or dining at their local restaurant.

Read More

Moss From 1,500 Years Ago Comes Back To Life

by Maria Mooney

Scientists discover moss on an island off of Antarctica that came back to life after 1,500 years.

Read More

Childhood Obesity Rates Are Dropping In America

by Maria Mooney

New Information from the CDC indicates childhood obesity rates are dropping while obesity rates in the general population remain the same.

Read More

New Study Says Too Much Animal Protein Is as Bad as Smoking

by Maria Mooney

A new study proves that plant-based diets are the way to go, stating diets high in animal protein are just as detrimental as smoking cigarettes.

Read More

New Species of Sex-Addict Marsupials Found in Australia

by Natalia Galbetti

Researchers have found a new marsupial species in Australia that sets itself apart for its adorable pink nose and very active sex life.

Read More

WATCH: Bill Nye Continues to Debate Climate Change Deniers

by Megan Thompson

Continuing his recent debate tour, Bill Nye “The Science Guy” appeared on “Meet the Press” to discuss climate change with congresswoman Marsha Blackburn.

Read More

Obama Enacts New U.S. Strategy To End Wildlife Crime

by Maria Mooney

President Obama enacts new national strategy to end wildlife crimes globally and combat organized crime in unstable African countries.

Read More