00 Beginning in the mid-1980s, an epidemic of severe invasive infections caused by Streptococcus pyogenes (S. pyogenes), also known as group A streptococcus (GAS), occurred in the United States, Europe,…

00 A low level of atmospheric oxygen in Earth’s middle ages held back evolution for 2 billion years, raising fresh questions about the origins of life on this planet. New…

00 Soccer players who head the ball a lot are three times more likely to have concussion symptoms than players who don’t head the ball often, according to a new…

00 Researchers describe how human stem cells, made from human skin cells, can hunt down and kill human brain cancer, a critical and monumental step toward clinical trials — and…

00 A recent research article contributes to the evidence base regarding the use of population charts for detection of fetal growth disorders and how best to determine risk of complications. …

00 Data centers are the central point of many, if not most, information systems today, but the masses of wires interconnecting the servers and piled high on racks begins to…

00 Being active, getting sweaty and roughhousing offer more than just physical health benefits for young children. A new study shows this kind of physical activity also protects against depression. …

00 Researchers have described a little known yet fascinating aspect of the behavior of Lybia crabs, a species which holds sea anemones in each of its claws (behavior which has…

00 While scientists and policy experts debate the impacts of global warming, Earth’s soil is releasing roughly nine times more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere than all human activities combined.…

00 Many performance indicators of global and national energy systems suggest that global temperatures could still be kept below 2°C. However, future trajectories will soon diverge from 2°C pathways if…