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Four rhinoceros heads valued at $650,000 were stolen from the National Museum of Ireland Wednesday night.
The 2012 Great Plains Drought is unrelated to climate change, claims controversial NOAA report.
A Chinese vessel that ran aground on a protected Philippine coral reef was found to contain more than 20,000 pounds of meat from the scaly anteater, a protected species prized for its supposed...
Four of Lance Armstrong's doping controls from the 1999 Tour de France tested positive for corticosteroids, according to an internal UCI document obtained by Het Nieuwsblad. Until now, only one...
Officials find the body of a 9-year-old Alaskan boy who died after plunging into a 200-feet-deep crevasse in a snowmobile accident.
Is it true that your body can only digest a set amount of protein at a time? Two recent studies offer conflicting findings.
Unlike the average couch potato, pros are self-regulating their calorie intake to match their activity level, and they’re consistently eating three meals a day.
A new study shows that, despite everything you've heard—and experienced—running isn't as hard on the body as you might think. But can we trust the results?
A new study shows that specializing in a sport increases your risk of injury 1.5 times, but can we trust the findings?
With the death of a London Marathon runner now linked to a popular sports supplement, we had to ask.
A new study shows that warm-ups are best served short, but can we trust the results?
Seven years after Hurricane Katrina, animal advocates faced their greatest challenge yet—but a combination of technological advances, coordination, and legislation made all the difference
A new study shows that a polarized training approach leads to the biggest fitness gains, but can we trust the results?
A recent study in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that EPO doesn't better performance in elite athletes, but it made a few critical errors in coming to that conclusion.
When his wife Amy showed up with a Labrador Retriever, Jeff Supergan wasn't sure it made sense. He had never had a dog before, and, being confined to a wheelchair, didn't know if he could handle it....