To tackle the problem of antibiotic-resistant in bacteria, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco decided to redesign existing antibiotic molecules, instead of inventing new ones.
An Australian woman said being forced to cancel a planned vacation due to COVID-19 turned out to be unexpectedly lucky when she won a lottery jackpot of more than $700,000.
About 740 military personnel stationed in Texas and California to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic have returned to home units, the Army said on Wednesday.
The nation's leading infectious diseases expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told Congress on Wednesday that he believes the United States will have enough doses of a coronavirus vaccine to distribute to every American by April.
A California man who spotted what he initially thought was a German shepherd in his yard ended up chasing a mountain lion that was stalking some nearby kids.
The Antarctic Ice Sheet will suffer irreversible ice loss raising ocean levels by 8.5 feet even if the world meets global warming goals laid out by the Paris Agreement on Climate change, scientists said Wednesday.
Guinness World Records said it will not be able to create a category for starting and stopping a smartphone stopwatch.
A promotional program designed to educate patients on HIV risk and prevention saw use of a preventive drug regimen among at-risk groups in Africa increase by more than 50%, according to a study published Wednesday.
"The Salisbury Poisonings," a new series examining a national emergency in the U.K., will premiere Oct. 1 on AMC+.
Thanks to a new deep learning program, a curling robot, appropriately named Curly, was able to win three out of four matches against curlers from South Korea's national teams.