Designer dog demand drives heated debate over breeding facility versus puppy farms

Published March 17, 2019 08: 51: 43 Photo: Adult dogs in their yards at the Diamond Valley Kennels. (ABC Sunshine Coast: Kathy Sundstrom) Related Story: Think before buying a... Read more »

What the New Egg Study Means for the Beloved Breakfast Food

Eggs are back in the news, with a new study concluding that routine usage of the beloved breakfast food might increase the danger of cardiovascular disease after all.... Read more »

Nitrogen pollution’s path to streams weaves through more forests (and faster) than suspected — LiveScience.Tech

Nitrogen in rain and snow falls to the ground where, in theory, it is utilized by forest plants and microorganisms. New research study by a clinical partnership led by... Read more »

Horseshoe crabs are really relatives of spiders, scorpions — LiveScience.Tech

Blue-blooded and armored with 10 spindly legs, horseshoe crabs have possibly constantly appeared a bit out of location. Very first believed to be carefully associated to crabs, lobsters and... Read more »

Milky Way’s mass mostly made up of dark matter, new research into the galaxy reveals

Published March 10, 2019 17: 15: 04 Photo: Astronomers used data from the Gaia telescope, which maps stars in the Milky Way. (Supplied: European Space Agency) Astronomers have actually... Read more »

Can You Learn Anything While You Sleep?

There are just 24 hours in a day, and generally about a 3rd of that is invested sleeping. So, the overambitious have constantly questioned: Is it possible to... Read more »

How the arts can help students who struggle most — LiveScience.Tech

Integrating the arts — rapping, dancing, drawing — into science lessons can help low-achieving students maintain more understanding and potentially help students of all capability levels be more imaginative... Read more »

Humpback whale numbers recover off Queensland but new risks threaten survival

Upgraded March 04, 2019 15: 19: 31 Photo: Australian humpback whales were almost wiped out by the early 1960s, researchers say. (ABC News: Shelley Lloyd) The Australian humpback whale... Read more »

Drinking Alcohol May Be More Harmful Than Thought for Young Adults

Alcohol usage may be more harmful than thought, especially for young and middle-age adults, a brand-new research study recommends. Although drinking alcohol in small amounts is frequently... Read more »

First semi-identical twins identified in pregnancy — LiveScience.Tech

Young Brisbane twins, a young boy and a woman, have actually been identified as just the 2nd set of semi-identical, or sesquizygotic, twins in the world — and the... Read more »