Could the pain you feel in your body be all in your head? At least some of it might be — if you’re a man (or a male mouse), a new study has found.
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More U.S. coal-fired power plants were shut in President Donald Trump’s first two years than were retired in the whole of Barack Obama’s first term, despite the Republican administration’s efforts to prop up the industry to keep a campaign promise to coal-mining states.
Mike Kowbel and other exterminators are on the front line tackling a massive rodent problem in Vancouver and surrounding area.
The tiny remains of an extinct bug-like creature discovered at British Columbia’s 500-million-year-old Burgess Shale fossil deposit add a new branch to the evolutionary tree of life, says a PhD student who tracked down the organism’s development.
Nothing would exist if it weren’t for elements and the —relatively — tidy periodic table is celebrating a major milestone, turning 150 this year.
Homebuyers should watch what they say during home viewings, according to an Ontario real estate agent who says two of her clients have used cameras and microphones to eavesdrop on potential buyers.
Wine educators hope a recent study, published in the Journal of Wine Research, will help demystify the standards used to determine why some wines are worth drinking and others, not so much.
Navy divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder of a Lion Air jet that crashed into the Java Sea in October, Indonesian officials said, in a possible boost to the investigation into why the two-month-old plane nosedived at high velocity, killing all 189 people aboard.
The ice melt on Antarctica is accelerating dramatically. Since 2009, Antarctica has lost almost 252 billion tonnes of ice per year, compared to 40 billion tonnes a year in the 1980s, a new study finds.
It’s a frightful reality: Metro Vancouver is teeming with rats. And when the region has a rat problem, so do its residents.