University Of Adelaide Discovers A Big Problem In The Ocean [VIDEO]

Apr 29, 2017 PM EDT Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd once said: If the oceans die, we die.

International University Researchers Discover Earliest Human Ancestor

Feb 02, 2017 AM EST The oldest human ancestor is believed to be a microscopic sea animal.

Pacific Corals and Fish Can Smell Damaged Reefs: Study

Aug 22, 2014 AM EDT Pacific corals and fish possess the ability to smell a bad neighborhood and therefore, avoid settling in damaged reefs, according to a study by the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Mystery behind Predatory Nature of Red Lionfish Solved, Study

Aug 16, 2014 AM EDT Red lionfish, the invasive Pacific Ocean species, hunts like a terminator. This predatory nature can cause the termination of an entire native population of a species, according to a new study by the ...

Baked and Broiled Fish Improves Brain Health, Study

Aug 05, 2014 AM EDT Weekly consumption of baked or broiled fish boosts brain health, regardless of its omega-3 fatty acid content, according to a new study by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

Fish Oil Averts Neurodamage and Dementia in Alcohol Addicts, Study

Jul 19, 2014 AM EDT Omega-3 fish oil prevents neurodamage and dementia in alcohol users, according to a Loyola University study.

BP Spill Weakens Swimming Performance of Juvenile Mahi-Mahi, Study

Jun 21, 2014 AM EDT The swimming performance of popular fish Mahi-Mahi has reduced by 37 percent, according to a University of Miami study.

Increased Meat Consumption Elevates Risk of Coronary Heart Diseases, Study

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Heme iron, normally found in meat, poultry, and fish, increases the risk of coronary heart diseases by 57 percent, according to Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington study.

Researchers Discover Earliest Evidence of Limb Bone Marrow in fin of a 370-Million-Year-Old Fish

Mar 28, 2014 AM EDT A team of French and Swedish researchers discovered earliest fossil evidence of limb bone marrow in the fin of a 370-million-year-old fish.

Primitive Fish Reveals How Humans Developed Faces, Study

Feb 14, 2014 AM EST A team of French and Swedish researchers solved the mystery behind the formation of face in vertebrates including humans. The researchers studied the evolution of an ancient fish, Romundina to explain ...

Mediterranean Diet Prevents Narrowing Of Arteries in Legs, Study

Jan 22, 2014 AM EST Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of peripheral artery disease, according to a University of Navarra study. Previous studies showed that the diet rich in olive oil, nuts, fruits and vegetables, ...

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