Psychopaths blatantly disregard other people's welfare and are single-minded as to what they want for just themselves. Why do they do this?
The ability to efficiently break down alcohol quickly should help patients wake up earlier and prevent alcohol poisoning. It should also protect their liver from alcohol–associated stress and damage.
The World Health Organization and the Philippine health department say the risks come from tobacco use, unhealthy diets, physical inactivity, and the harmful use of alcohol
Artificial insemination of rhinos has rarely been attempted in zoos and there have only a few births from this procedure in the past
Oceana Vice President Gloria Estenzo Ramos says the 'dolphin law' is a "prelude to bigger things" and will help protect Benham Rise
In the absence of rules, travel agencies offer trips to the region on boats sometimes equipped with helicopters or submarines, according to Segolene Royal, French ambassador for the Arctic and Antarctic poles
While a fitness regime improved physical fitness in people with mild to moderate dementia, it 'does not slow cognitive impairment,' researchers report in The BMJ medical journal
Since they operate using highly toxic ammonia, the spacewalkers must take utmost care not to get any on their suits
Individuals with a history of disrupting their body's natural rhythm – working night shifts, for example, or suffering repeated jetlag – tend to have a higher lifetime risk of mood disorders, feelings of unhappiness, and cognitive problems
As Asia's giants move up the globalization food chain, many of the industries that helped propel their phenomenal growth are moving to Vietnam, Indonesia and other nations investing heavily in a coal-powered future
Meet the 8 Filipinos who made it to the 2018 edition of the Asian Scientist 100 list
It makes so much sense to go back to the most basic organized unit of life – the cell – if we want to treat diseases
His ashes are being interred on June 15 at London's Westminster Abbey, by the graves of fellow scientific giants Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin
The launch was postponed at the last minute Thursday, May 10, when an automatic abort switch was triggered, but SpaceX says it was just a glitch and the spacecraft remains in good health
'We already have great views of Mars from the surface as well as from orbit. With the added dimension of a bird's-eye view from a 'marscopter,' we can only imagine what future missions will achieve,' says NASA's Thomas Zurbuchen
Delegations at the latest round of climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany, show that US President Donald Trump’s plan to withdraw from the Paris Agreement has not weakened their stance to fight climate change
The rocket's main goal for its maiden mission is to propel the first high-orbit communications satellite for Bangladesh, called Bangabandhu Satellite-1
The resolution creates a working group tasked with identifying gaps in international environmental law and determining whether there is a need to a new regulatory structure
'Now, President Donald Trump's administration has quietly killed the CMS,' a report says, describing the move as the latest in a 'broad attack on climate science' mounted by the White House
The rhinoceros was butchered 709,000 years ago in Kalinga, a time when humans were supposedly not yet present in the Philippines
Researchers are tracking their behavior in a bid to improve captive breeding of the critically endangered northern hairy-nosed wombat – one of the world's rarest species
'We would like to remind the Philippine government that our environment is not for sale,' says Vince Cinches, Greenpeace Southeast Asia-Philippines political campaigner
While considered a non-emitter, the Philippines must still mind its own backyard and imbibe a low-carbon economy, Senator Loren Legarda says
With the first week in the Bonn Climate Change Conference now over, writing the rules for the implementation of the Paris Agreement remains a work in progress. What’s the hold-up?
Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council says that under the World Health Organization charter, Taiwan should be allowed 'equal participation' in all WHO events
The problem begins in waterways such as the San Juan River, now the most polluted in Metro Manila
The new hypothesis states that while composed of numerous universes, the cosmos is 'clearly finite'
Music is a powerful emotional glue. When played, it becomes entwined with your memories and a part of who you are.
(UPDATED) InSight aims to be the first NASA spacecraft to land on Mars since the Curiosity rover in 2012
With a little luck and some help from NASA, the instrument Philippe Lognonne designed to take the Red Planet's pulse will land before the year's end and press a high-tech ear to its dusty surface
'Trying to address climate change at current financing levels is like walking into a Category 5 Hurricane protected only by an umbrella,' says United Nations climate chief Patricia Espinosa
Since the Earth and Mars were likely formed by similar processes 4.5 billion years ago, the US space agency hopes the lander will shed light on what made them so different
Until now, the earliest confirmed evidence of hominins – the scientific term used to group modern and early humans – in the Philippines came from a single, 67,000-year old foot bone unearthed in the Sierra Madre Mountains
'There is a worry that increased demand for the French Bulldog is damaging to these dogs' welfare because of the health risks associated with their extreme physical features,' says Dan O'Neill of The Royal Veterinary College
A task force of engineering and aerospace experts will examine providing both civilian and encrypted signals to give any British system similar commercial and security capabilities as the dominant US GPS system
'Air pollution threatens us all, but the poorest and most marginalized people bear the brunt of the burden,' World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says in a statement
The Bonn conference will highlight the Talanoa Dialogue which, for the first time, will gather country negotiators, business leaders, and civil society groups in a face-to-face meeting to discuss what is a fair and adequate – but scaled up –contribution from different countries to reduce emissions
The World Heritage-listed site is reeling from significant bouts of coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change
Experts say transplanting some body parts are 'currently beyond the scope of modern medicine' and raises ethical questions
Cadmium, which is present in PVC plastics, may have dangerous effects on the kidney, and skeletal and respiratory systems
The Resource Prospector is the only robotic vehicle under development to explore the Moon's surface
One of the primary reasons people overeat and regain lost weight is that they have not changed the underlying behavior that leads them to crave comfort from food
Environmental groups say the city government has to carefully study its multibillion-peso deal with AustWorks Corporation
New data from the World Intellectual Property Organization shows that women are listed in 31% of the some 224,000 international patent applications it published last year
'What we don't know for sure is whether the medication is the cause' of the dementia, says a co-author of the study
The operation is performed on an American military serviceman who was wounded in Afghanistan
In recent years, Inuka had suffered age-related ailments including arthritis, and an examination at the start of this month revealed his health was failing markedly
'It’s a dream come true for all of us here,' says Park Superintendent Elizabeth Maclang of the power plant which is expected to be operational by 2019
Why do some males of a species invest more in courting than others? It turns out that animals prioritize sex or survival depending on their energy reserves, according to a study.