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Should Radiation from Japan Scuttle Spring Break in Hawaii? A Mom Agonizes
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
There's something about having kids that can turn a fairly rational person into a neurotic worrywart
Gulf Oil Spill's Biggest Toll May Be on Mental Health
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
A year after the Gulf oil spill, there are concerns that residents along the coast might suffer from the same mental-health issues that plagued victims of Alaska's 1989 Exxon Valdez spill
AIDS Trial Halted: Anti-HIV Pill Fails to Protect Women
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
AIDS prevention got a boost last year when researchers reported that the daily combination anti-HIV pill Truvada, which is designed to treat the disease, may actually be able to prevent HIV infection among healthy, high-risk gay men.
BP Oil Spill: How Bad Is Damage to Gulf One Year Later?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The Gulf oil spill wasn't as bad as many environmentalists feared, but the ultimate outcome is still far from certain
Going Under the Knife? Ask Your Surgeon How Much He Drank Last Night
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Some airlines have strict rules about how much pilots can drink the night before they're supposed to fly, and now some researchers think similar rules should apply to surgeons the night before they operate.
Royal Wedding Weight Watch: Wispy Kate Middleton Spotlights 'Brideorexia'
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
If the popularity of bridal "boot camps" and shows like Shedding for the Wedding are any indication, losing weight for the wedding day ranks high on women's lists of pre-wedding tasks.
WTF? Study Shows Swearing Reduces Pain
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
You know that time you stubbed your toe and the blinding pain caused you to shout a string of choice words that would make your mother cringe? Turns out you weren't being rude -- you were easing the pain
Kepler satellite and citizen planet hunters
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
There are potentially millions of planets out there and NASA is enlisting webbies to help find them
What's Lurking in Your Meat and Poultry? Probably Staph
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
It's a kitchen credo that you should wash your hands and utensils thoroughly, especially after they've touched raw meat or poultry, which may contain a host of bacteria -- salmonella, listeria, E. coli -- that can make you sick.
Genetic Testing for Kids: Is It a Good Idea?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
With the advent of new genetic tests, it's increasingly easy to gauge whether you're predisposed to developing certain conditions -- diabetes, say, or breast cancer
Hooked on Addiction: From Food to Drugs to Internet Porn
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
America is having an addiction moment
Catherine Zeta-Jones Seeks Treatment for Bipolar 2 Disorder
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
The celebrity face of bipolar disorder has typically been, well, sort of crazy (think Britney Spears or, so it's been speculated, Charlie Sheen)
An Apple a Day Keeps Cholesterol at Bay?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Lending credence to the old adage about eating an apple a day, a new study finds that women who ate the fruit daily saw improvements in cholesterol levels and markers of inflammation -- suggesting a lower risk of heart disease -- in a year's time.
Is It Murder If a Mom Withholds Cancer Treatment From Her Child?
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
Imagine you are a single mother suffering from depression, overwhelmed with caring for an autistic, nonverbal and developmentally disabled son. If he were diagnosed with cancer, what would you do?
Climate Change: How to Save Wine from Extreme Weather
Pazar, 01.05.2011, 05:45am
At the third annual World Conference on Climate Change and Wine, vintners are looking at new ways to adapt to extreme weather and keep the wine flowing
Carbon-Rich Planet WASP-12b May Hold Life -- and Diamonds
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
Scientists are calling WASP-12b "the first carbon-rich planet ever found." A lot of carbon could mean a lot of life -- not to mention diamonds
SpaceX Flight Launches: Could Private Space Make NASA Irrelevant?
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
NASA took a giant leap toward effective irrelevance today with the 10:43 AM launch of the Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida
Many Elderly Men Are Still Having Sex, And Many Want More
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
Not only are many elderly men still getting it on, but they say they wish they were having even more sex, according to a survey of 2,783 Australian men between the ages of 75 and 95
Study: Dating Violence Is Common Among Teenagers
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
As if there weren't enough to worry about when it comes to the teenage years, a new study reveals that dating violence -- both physical and verbal -- among adolescents is surprisingly common
Eco-Activist Links Environmental Work and Spiritual Values
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
Kenyan activist Wangari Maathai is preaching a green gospel, that environmental work needs to be linked to spiritual values -- and spiritual values should drive us to care about environmentalism
New Meningitis Vaccine: A Model for the Developing World
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
A new vaccine provides a new model for producing drugs in the developing world
NASA Discovery: A Key to Life on Other Planets?
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
NASA discovery: scientists have reportedly found an example of life as we don't know it here on Earth
Climate Summit in Cancun: Low Expectations, High Stakes
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
The U.N.'s climate summit is kicking off in CancÚn, Mexico, and there's plenty of unfinished business from Copenhagen. See what's at stake at this year's summit
Samuel T. Cohen, Inventor of the Neutron Bomb, Dies at 89
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
The developer -- and defender -- of the controversial neutron bomb has died in Los Angeles due to complications from stomach cancer
Useful Science: How Many Four Lokos Would It Take to Kill You?
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
According to Forensic Science International, caffeine is fatal to humans in does of 5 grams or more, but how many Lokos would it take to reach the limit?
The Moon's Mystery Water: No One Has Any Idea Where Lunar Liquid Came From
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
There's something about the moon that's baffled earthlings for years. And it just got even more mysterious
Breast-Feeding Mothers Use Facebook for Milk Sharing
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
Eats on Feets, a play on Meals on Wheels, uses Facebook to connect women whose babies need breast milk with women nearby who have extra milk to give away
Malaysia: A Coal Plant in Paradise
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
Malaysia needs energy like any other place -- but at what price?
Climate Change: Study Says Dire Warnings Fuel Skepticism
Carsamba, 08.12.2010, 08:50pm
According to a new study, when people are shown scientific evidence or news stories on climate change that emphasize the most negative aspects of global warming, they are more likely to dismiss or deny what they're seeing
In Russia, a Push for Floating Nuclear Power Plants
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 06:00am
The concept has some people screaming about "floating Chernobyls," but the technology is safer than that
Muslims, Gays and American elections
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
Why scare politics work -- and why that's bad
New Planet from Outside Milky Way Found Circling Star HIP 13044
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
A new planet comes calling -- from very far away
Florida's Gay Adoption Ban Crumbles: The Dad Behind the Case Celebrates
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
Saturday is National Adoption Day. This year, Martin Gill is free to mark the day as the official father to two foster children he's been raising since a caseworker dropped the boys on his North Miami doorstep six years ago.
Four Loko Lawsuit: Did Caffeinated Alcohol Cause Death?
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
The family of a 20-year-old Florida man, who shot and killed himself after binging on the caffeinated malt liquor beverage Four Loko is suing the drink's manufacturer, Phusion Projects, for wrongful death.
"Family Only" Hospital Visitation Rules Get Scrapped
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
In a victory for patients and their loved ones, a new federal regulation was announced Wednesday that dramatically loosens the rules on hospital visitors
Bird Flu Pops Up Again in Hong Kong. Is a Pandemic on Its Way?
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
Hong Kong residents experienced an unwelcome blast from the past on Nov. 18
Global Climate Summit Lite, in California
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
As he enters the last months of his California governorship, Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't backing down from his green convictions
Ireland's Beached Whales: Was Royal Navy Sonar to Blame?
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
After 33 dead whales were discovered washed up on the coast of Rutland Island on Saturday, environmentalists and experts have been searching for clues on what killed them. But many already think they know the culprit: the Royal Navy
Climate Change: ACE Takes Global-Warming Class to Schools
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
The ACE way makes climate change meaningful to young people because it makes them understand how their lifestyles contribute to global warming -- and how they can help stop it
NASA's Deep Impact Probe Photographs Comet Hartley 2
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
The flyby of NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft and the comet Hartley 2 has given scientists lots of extraordinarily clear pictures to study
Blowing Up the Planet With Asteroids
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
A video game aims to help protect the earth from a cataclysm
Why California's Environmentalists May Defeat Prop 23
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
In California, a coalition of celebrities, philanthropists and tech billionaires is fighting to save a favorite piece of climate policy by defeating Prop 23, which would all but repeal the state's landmark climate-change law
Alzheimer's: New Research on Understanding the Disease
Pazar, 21.11.2010, 05:40am
After years of disappointing vaccine and drug trials, researchers are finding new ways to interrupt the memory-robbing disease of Alzheimer's, just in time for an anticipated explosion in cases
The Oil Spill Endgame at Last?
Pazartesi, 13.09.2010, 02:30pm
The well has been capped since mid-July, but delays over the bottom kill will stretch into fall
Study: PTSD Survivors' Children May Have Genetic Scars
Pazartesi, 13.09.2010, 02:30pm
A study finds that severe trauma, like the Holocaust, can cause genetic changes in victims that are passed along to children
Ocean Science: Monitoring Climate Change in Deep Water
Pazartesi, 13.09.2010, 02:30pm
A report from the Atlantic Explorer, from which the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences is trying to establish a data base for changes in the planet's oceans
Do Belly Blankets Protect Unborn Babies from Radiation?
Pazar, 05.09.2010, 02:35pm
A new product called Belly Armor claims to shield growing fetuses from radiation from mobile devices. But the question is, Is it necessary?
Study of 9/11's Emotional Response Charts Anxiety, Anger
Pazar, 05.09.2010, 02:35pm
A new paper in Psychological Science has provided a fever chart of how the emotions of Americans as a whole rose and fell in the course of that singular day
Study: Brain Exercises Delay, but Can't Prevent, Dementia
Pazar, 05.09.2010, 02:35pm
Contrary to doctors' advice to "use it or lose it," a new study finds that brain-stimulating exercises may fend off dementia -- but at a cost
Study: Diet Drug Meridia May Boost Heart Risks
Pazar, 05.09.2010, 02:35pm
A new study finds that some users of the weight-loss pill Meridia may have an increased risk of heart attack or stroke
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  » New Study: Young Children Surprisingly Perceptive
  » One More Way to Avoid Diabetes: Breastfeed
  » Emotional Openness May Be Good for Males' Mental Health


 
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