It’s the only exoplanet known so far to have both water and temperatures needed for life.
Plus, advice on how to get a good night's rest when it's warm.
Temperatures could creep up to nearly 100 degrees, threatening to overload the electrical grid.
A third of the U.S. struggles to bake while living at 3,000 feet above sea level or higher. Here's how to deal.
Scientist compares spiking temperatures to devastating wildfires in the sea.
We are beginning to see – and feel – the effects.
The "business-as-usual warming of the planet" could make areas too warm for human habitation if heat trends continue, climate researchers say.
Heatwaves, disease-carrying insects and prolonged allergies are some of the early symptoms noted in a major new report.
By monitoring heat in Harlem apartments, the Harlem Heat Project hopes to protect all community members from the dangerous effects of global warming.
While a few hot days might not seem like a big deal, it can have serious consequences if you're not careful. ABC News points out that around 3,000 Americans died between 2006 and 2010 from heat-related illness. As always, check on your elderly neighbors and grandparents - it's not only a good deed, but a good way to stay in the AC.
The bottom line is that for couples with real differences in temperature preference, there is problem solving to do. It may be challenging to get things right, but many couples eventually find fixes that work well for both partners.
This equation is simple:a few minutes of discipline equals hours of comfort, pleasure, a lengthened lifespan, and less time spent on medical procedures.
Are you a sleep worker? No, not a sleepwalker, but a person who goes to work and attempts to function on too little sleep? It turns out, one-third of American workers are sleep working -- not getting enough sleep to function at peak levels, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School.
Blame it on the 154-pound man.
The hottest temperature ever recorded in Illinois is 117 degrees in East St. Louis in July 1954 during a heat wave in the middle of an already-hot summer. Joe McFarland at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources recounted the day.