U.S. veterinary scientists say the overwhelming noise of barking at the nation's animal shelters causes problems for both shelter employees and the dogs.
The New Jersey Supreme Court reportedly has agreed to hear Merck & Co.'s appeal of the class certification of a Vioxx lawsuit.
Danish environmental experts are warning people about the danger of eating mussels collected on beaches or off the coast of Denmark.
Only on the Internet could a site hawking dancing hamster animations, accompanied by hamster-sung harmonies, be paid advertising royalties from corporate giants like Wal-Mart and American Express. But the future earning power ...
About 24 million people will be watching TV or video on their mobile phones by 2010, up from 7 million this year, a research group said Tuesday.
The U.S. government wants people to eat more fruits and vegetables, noting that health benefits can be derived from such a diet regimen.
Scientists say although summer usually brings "heat waves," California's recent record high temperatures might be the result of global warming.
Italian archaeologists say they have discovered the ruins of an ancient Roman official's home buried under a palazzo at the edge of the Roman forum.
U.S. government scientists have completed DNA sequencing of a fungus that forms a beneficial symbiosis with trees in North American and Eurasian forests.
Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have demonstrated a new, environmentally friendly process for treating water contaminated by perchlorate, a toxic chemical that has been found in drinking water in 35 states.