Australia's iconic tourist attraction, the Twelve Apostles, has received an unlikely boost in numbers with the discovery of five extra limestone columns hidden way below the water.
They're pesky and annoying when they get into your fruit, but Drosophila melanogaster, more affectionately known as the "fruit fly," are helping researchers at Florida Atlantic University to discover novel genes that are ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Most of us have seen depictions of drowning on TV -- there's splashing, yelling and a lifeguard running to the rescue. But emergency medicine professionals caution that's not how it happens in real life.
Providing very young children with swimming lessons appears to have a protective effect against drowning and does not increase children's risk of drowning, reported researchers at the National Institutes of Health.