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No, we’re probably not growing horns because of our cellphone use. One of the authors of that study sells posture pillows.
A study suggested young people are growing horns on their heads, possibly because of heavy cellphone use. But that's not backed up by the science.
A 160,000-year-old jaw from a human ancestor was found in a Tibetan cave. It might explain why Tibetans are able to live at high altitudes today.
Scientists found a 160,000-year-old jawbone from a human ancestor in a Tibetan cave. It might explain why Tibetans today can live at high altitudes.
A crew in Indiana installing a sewer line discovered mastodon bones that could date back as far as 20,000 years ago
A construction crew in Indiana was digging in the ground for a sewer project. In the process, they stumbled upon ancient mastodon bones.
Ancient graves hid the skeletons of more than 260 children who likely had their hearts removed. It is the largest known child sacrifice, and archaeolo...
Near the modern-day town of Huanchaco, Peru, archaeologists uncovered 269 children, 466 llamas, and 3 adults who had all been ritually sacrificed.
Ancient skulls that mirror ours are part of a handful of archaeological findings that rewrite human history
Researchers are discovering evidence that could fundamentally change ancient history by answering questions like how and when our species emerged.
A new study published in the journal Science Advances describes at least 691 shards and chunks of bone found at an ancient ritual site in southeast Turkey.
A new archaeological study suggests humans may have set foot in North America 100,000 years earlier than researchers previously thought.
"Piltdown Man sets a good example of the need for us to ... look at the evidence for what it is and not for whether it conforms to our preconceived ideas."
If you've ever wanted to see a chandelier made out of every bone in the human body, a chapel in the Czech Republic has you covered.