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A Dumped Boyfriend Gets Even With an Abortion Billboard
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Greg Fultz, 35, is causing controversy in his hometown of Alamogordo, N.M.
Milky Way's Twin Galaxy Stars in a New Picture
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
It's not easy to get a good look at our own galaxy, but a distant double makes that easier
With Two False Starts, Why Officials Can't Finger the Source of the E. Coli Outbreak
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
German officials were forced for the second time to retract a statement about the source of a deadly E. coli outbreak that has killed 22 and sickened hundreds
The Good Daughter: Cate Edwards Stands By Her Indicted Father
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Parents are embarrassing. It's part of our job description. We wear the wrong clothes or talk too loudly or just breathe. Yet it could always be worse
Three Possible Cases of E. Coli Illness in U.S.
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday that it is investigating three suspected cases E. coli infection related to the outbreak in Germany
Should Men Be Allowed to Father Children After They're Dead?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Fertility-treatment innovations mean that all sorts of people who would not have been able to have a baby a generation ago are now able to bring life into the world
Mind Reading: When You Go Hunting for Psychopaths, They Turn Up Everywhere
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Psychologist Robert Hare's Psychopathy Checklist is the most widely used diagnostic tool to identify psychopathy
Brangelina Case Study: Will the Kids Get Their Parents to Marry?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
If a new interview in USA Today is to anything to go on, kids seem to have done what Jennifer Aniston couldn't: got Brad Pitt to settle down
Cell Phones: How Precautionary Should Our Principles Be?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
TIME is endeavoring to give you every angle you need on the possible connection between cell-phone use and brain cancer
Study: For Obese Women, Quality of Life Suffers More
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
In general, the heavier you are the worse your quality of life. But a new survey finds that some groups, such as women, are more negatively affected than others
Health Special: Cancer in the Crosshairs
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
How we find it. How we treat it. And how we may finally be able to outsmart it
Plan Your Way to Less Stress, More Happiness
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
A recent survey by psychologist and self-help author Robert Epstein found that 25% of our happiness hinges on how well we're able to manage stress
WHO Says Cell Phone Radiation Is "Possibly Carcinogenic." Now What?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Using a mobile phone may increase your risk for certain kinds of brain cancers. That was the scientific conclusion relayed today by a working group of 31 scientists from 14 countries
Could Too Much Coffee Affect Chances of Pregnancy?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Caffeine may perk you up mentally, but it could have the opposite effect on your fallopian tubes
Why Health Authorities Are So Worried About Europe's Mutant E. Coli Outbreak
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
The concern about an unusually virulent outbreak of food-borne illness from the E. coli bacteria jumped to another level on Thursday
Q&A: A Food Safety Expert Explains Germany's E. Coli Outbreak
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
A virulent and mysterious type of E. coli had killed 16 people in northern Germany and Sweden and sickened 1,150 others in Germany alone
Why Older Planets Are More Likely to Harbor Life
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Just like humans, mature worlds make the best parents
The Teenagers Who Are Making Girls Scout Cookies Better for the Planet
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Scouts Madison Vorva and Rhiannon Tomtishen are fighting to get the Girl Scouts to stop using non-sustainable palm oil in their cookies, and they're actually making progress
Want to Boost Breast-Feeding Rates? More Maternity Leave is Key
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
If the United States wants to significantly increase its breast-feeding rates, extending women's maternity leave would be a good place to start
After the Storms, What Happens to the Tornadoes' Orphans?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Alongside the terrible physical devastation that tornadoes have wrought in communities throughout the South and Midwest this spring lies an even deeper human tragedy
Diet Psych Out: Why 'Health' Food Is Less Satisfying, Even If It's Sinful
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
New research suggests that the stomach signals less satisfaction after eating "health food," regardless of the actual fat and calories consumed
Post-HMO Health Care: Are Accountable Care Organizations the Answer?
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Despite their many potential pitfalls, here's why accountable care organizations may herald a great victory for patient care.
NASA Telescope Sees Crystal Rain on an Infant Star
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
An enchanting discovery by the Spitzer Space Telescope sheds light on the formation of our solar system
Optimism Bias: Human Brain May Be Hardwired for Hope
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Those rose-colored glasses? We may be born with them. Why our brains tilt toward the positive (in spite of all the negative)
Mystery Virus in South Korea Claims Second Victim
Cuma, 10.06.2011, 12:40am
Health officials in South Korea reported that a second person has died after being infected with an unknown virus
Our Progress Against Malaria in Africa Is Substantial but Fragile
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The news was good: Approximately three-quarters of the people at risk of contracting malaria in Africa were using insecticide-treated mosquito nets by the end of 2010
For Little Girls, Kate Middleton Pales Next to Pretend Princesses
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
With royal wedding coverage everywhere, it would seem the perfect opportunity for diminutive ladies-in-waiting to take notes on how an ordinary young woman catapults to royal status. Except they couldn't care less.
The Sad State of American Kids' Food Environments
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Nearly half of all American children and teens are overweight or obese, according to government statistics, and a large part of the problem may be lack of access to healthy foods in kids' environments
SETI runs out of money
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence runs into a very terrestrial problem: no money
Sex and Politics: Are Powerful Men Really More Likely to Cheat?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
A new study suggests that the reasons male politicians stray may have more to do with the power they wield than with their, um, masculinity
'Oneness' Feeling Experienced by Monks, Explained
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
We now have further insights into how monks' brains are reorganized during meditation
The Higgs Boson: Large Hadron Collider Memo Sparks Rumors
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Rumors that the elusive Higgs boson was discovered -- again -- highlight the variables of truth in particle physics
Hold the Armadillo Burger -- It Might Just Give You Leprosy
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
There's another thing for you to be frightened of, and it's something you might not expect: armadillos
Detecting Autism Early With a 5-Minute Questionnaire
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
It's generally better to detect a disease sooner rather than later, but with some slowly progressing conditions, it's not always possible to pick out the first signs of trouble
Meet Ray Anderson, America's Green Industrialist
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Think of a green businessman and Interface chairman Ray Anderson isn't likely to be the first to come to mind
Avoiding Ethical Quandaries In Embryo Donation
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
When it's most successful, in vitro fertilization, or IVF, yields far more embryos than a couple could ever use. There are frequently frozen embryos left over, and the options for what to do with them are limited
Rep. Giffords' Recovery Goal: To Watch Her Husband's Shuttle Launch
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Ever since she began the long and often painful process of recovering from a gunshot to the head, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been focused on one thing -- getting well enough to watch her husband, Capt. Mark Kelly, launch into space on Friday
Visiting Chernobyl 25 Years Later: Lessons for Fukushima
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
A quarter-century after the Soviet nuclear plant in Ukraine blew up, how is the community doing?
For Parkinson's Patients, Better Care Comes in Groups
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Researchers studying Parkinson's disease say that group visits, in which patients are pooled together for longer sessions with a doctor, may be effective in treating the neurological disorder
Flash of Genius: Lasers Could Replace Spark Plugs Under Your Hood
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Scientists are looking to harness the intensely focused light from laser beams to fire the cylinders in combustion engines
Diet Food: Red Hot Chili Peppers May Help You Eat Less
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
It's long been known that spicy red peppers can help suppress appetite and burn calories
Mars Probe Reveals Dry Ice, Pointing to a Wetter Past
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Lakes on the Red Planet? Perhaps -- in a few tens of thousands of years
Jenny McCarthy, Vaccine Expert? A Quarter of Parents Trust Celebrities
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Parents surveyed recently say they place "some trust" in information provided by celebrities such as Jenny McCarthy about the safety of vaccines
He Wants Sex, She Doesn't. Are Beads the Answer?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
A fortieth birthday is a big deal that calls for a big present. How about 40 straight days of sex?
Why the Happiest States Have the Highest Suicide Rates
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The happiest countries also seem to have the highest suicide rates
Hello, E.T.: A New Book Makes the Case for Alien Life
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The cosmos turns out to be a more biology-friendly place than we thought
OKCupid Study: Twitter Users Have Shorter Relationships
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
OkTrends, the site that compiles data from the dating site OkCupid and culls it into graphs and charts for easy digestion, has finally focused on what we really want to know -- how other people feel about sex
Add Inches!! (No, Really, Men Can Make It Longer)
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Though most advertised penis-enlargement methods are bogus, a new review of 10 existing studies suggests that some non-surgical techniques really can increase the length of a man's organ
You Know Your Blood Type. What About Your Gut Bug Type?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Research is increasingly finding that the diversity of microbes has important effects on health
Perspective: Why Comparing Painkiller Addiction to Crack Worsens the Problem
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
As the Obama administration and the media increasingly promote the idea that prescription drug misuse is this generation's crack epidemic, Maia Szalavitz explains how irresponsible and off-base this idea is
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  » Study: Preterm Birth Raises the Risk of Childhood ADHD
  » Exposure to Pesticides in Pregnancy Can Lower Children's IQ
  » Ditch the Piggybank. Teach Kids Financial Literacy Instead
  » When Is a Salad Not a Salad? Why Dieters Are Easily Confused by Labels
  » Why Seeing Overweight People Makes Us Eat More, Not Less
  » America's 10 Most Popular Prescription Drugs
  » New Alzheimer's Guidelines: Will They Help Doctors Spot the Disease Earlier?
  » Can a Mother's Pregnancy Diet Influence Her Child's Future Weight?


 
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