Apnea divers set records that puzzle science. How does the body manage to go so long without life-giving oxygen? Researchers at the University Clinic in Bonn want to get to the bottom of the *fish people's" secret.
A new study explains how nomadic Bajau people manage to free dive to great depths in search of food. It offers fresh evidence that groups can adapt genetically to deep diving.
Carbon monoxide can be a nightmare for unknowing victims. Even the air in shisha bars can put you in the hospital. DW has the facts surrounding CO poisoning.
Freezing temperatures, crushing pressure and total darkness make the deepest parts of the world's oceans inhospitable places to live. Still, they are not without — often weird — life.
Otto Warmbier, a student held in North Korea for over a year who died shortly after returning to the US, showed no obvious signs of torture, an Ohio coroner said. That contradicts what Warmbier's parents said they saw.
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