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Gulf Oil Spill: BP's Cleanup but Obama's Problem
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
One day, the gusher in the Gulf will stop. Then what?
How Male Antelopes Trick Females to Boost Mating Chances
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
Male topis face a lot of competition when breeding season arrives. How a little trickery has become part of the antelope mating ritual
Cracking Down on the Ocean's Pirate Fishermen
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
How the global trade in illegal fishing is stripping the seas
Ovarian Cancer Screening: Hope for Early Detection
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
A new study by researchers at MD Anderson Cancer Center suggests that a simple blood test, used routinely, may help early detection of a notoriously difficult cancer to treat
Study: Yoga Improves Quality of Life After Cancer
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
There is little scientific data on the best ways to improve the common side effects of cancer treatment, but a new study suggests regular yoga may do a lot of good
Will the Oil Spill Kill the Louisiana Bayou?
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
Louisiana's fragile bayou may not survive the oil slick
Scientist Creates Life. That's a Good Thing, Right?
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
Craig Venter unveils his latest genetic breakthrough
Oil Hits Land -- and BP Feels the Heat
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill makes landfall as Congress demands answers
Particle Physics Discovery: Clues to Origin of Matter
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
A new particle physics discovery may help explain why the universe exists, involving matter and antimatter. Interested?
Florida Braces for Oil Spill, Impact on Tourism Industry
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
After paralyzing Louisiana's commercial fishing industry, the epic Gulf of Mexico oil spill is now threatening Florida's $60 billion tourism business
Studies Link Infertility Treatments to Autism
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
In the first study of its kind, researchers discover a link between a mother's use of ovulation-inducing drugs to treat infertility and the risk of autism in her children
Climate Change Hits the Oceans
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
The world's oceans have been inexorably warming since at least 1992, giving little comfort to climate change deniers, a new report claims
Gulf Oil Spill: Scientists Escalate Environment Warnings
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 06:05am
As the oil slick threatens to enter the loop current that curls around Florida and up the East Coast of the U.S., some scientists and federal officials predict increasing harm
Study: Household Dust Contains Poisons, Allergens, DDT
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Household dust is everywhere, and its contents are nastier than you might know -- think lead, arsenic and even DDT
Scientists: H5N1 Avian Flu Could Mutate into Supervirus
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
The 2009 H1N1 pandemic may be dwindling, but a new pandemic could arise at any time, perhaps even from an existing virus that many of us have forgotten about: the deadly H5N1 bird flu
Does a Broken Wrist Need Surgery? A Close Call
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Far more broken wrists are being treated with surgery today than in the past. But are the outcomes better?
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu's DNA Decoded
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Decoding the full genome of South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu reveals the breadth of human diversity
Gene Screens Don't Improve Prediction of Heart Disease
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
A new study says old-school, low-tech predictors of heart disease -- blood pressure, cholesterol, family history -- are still the best around
King Tut Mummy DNA Study: Malaria Killed Him
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
DNA analysis of royal Egyptian mummy King Tut suggests that he died of malaria and had clubfoot and curvature of the spine
Will Nuclear Nod Get GOP to Support Obama on Energy Bill?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
By spending billions to back the Republican-friendly nuclear industry, will the White House get some GOP support for the floundering climate-and-energy bill?
Scientists Find Aging Gene: Key to Longer Lifespans?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Research on biological aging could clear the way to new treatments for diseases like cancer, though we're still a long way from pinpointing a "Peter Pan" gene
No Valentine? Celebrate the Year of Tiger Instead
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
The Year of the Tiger begins Feb. 14. In Chinese astrology, tigers are known as bold and independent, good luck against fire and thieves. But in the real world, they are being threatened toward extinction.
What the Changes to the DSM Mean
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
The rhyme and reason behind the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders have always been murky; the book, like our brains, is a huge, complicated beast.
Can Climate Shift the Biology of Ecosystems?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
It's reasonable to expect that plants and animals will respond to global warming, but how do you measure the change of an ecosystem that consists of hundred, maybe thousands of species?
Bill Clinton's Heart Operation Common in Bypass Patients
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Former President Bill Clinton, 63, was treated successfully on Thursday for chest pains at a New York City hospital
Aurochs Project Aims to Breed Extinct Ancient Cattle
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Scientists in Europe are doing what was once thought impossible: bringing an extinct species of cattle known as the aurochs back to life through breeding and genetics
Orthorexia: Can Healthy Eating Be Labeled a Disorder?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Some mental-health advocates are pushing to have orthorexia, an obsession with eating only healthy foods, classified as a new disorder in the diagnostic manual for psychiatric illness
Glaciers: Changing at More Than a Glacial Pace
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
A new study indicates that the balance of the world's ice may be shifting faster than scientists thought, which may have consequences in a warming world
Study: Postpartum Depression Signaled in Pregnancy
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Studies suggest that depression during pregnancy may not only predict postpartum depression in mothers but also lead to long-term changes in babies' health and behavior
Snowstorm: East Coast Blizzard Tied to Climate Change
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
A major blizzard is hitting the mid-Atlantic region. There is evidence that climate change could make such snowstorms more common, even as the world continues to warm
Is the middle-aged man's panic attack an outdated idea?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Time to toss those Corvette brochures. According to Professor Carlo Strenger, the middle-aged man's panic attack is an outdated concept; today, people are living longer and flourishing later in life
Top 10 Most Dangerous Foods
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
The American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy statement on Feb. 22, 2010, recommending the labeling and possible redesign of hot dogs to prevent dozens of choking deaths among children every year. Here's a look at 10 risky foods
Asian Carp Battle: Foreign Fish Threaten Great Lakes
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Invasive species of Asian carp may be infiltrating the Great Lakes. If they establish themselves in Midwestern waterways, scientists say, they will destroy the existing ecosystem
Family Routines Can Help Control Obesity in Children
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Simple changes in lifestyle habits are associated with a lower risk of obesity in children, a long-term study finds
Study: Eastern Trees in the Midst of a Growth Spurt
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Two decades' worth of careful measurements of hardwood forests in Maryland show their growth has accelerated significantly over the past two decades. Is it good for global warming?
A New Clean Economy -- With Old Sources of Energy
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
Increasingly, President Obama's new clean economy seems to rely on old sources of energy. The plan may reduce oil dependence and create jobs, but carbon reduction is another matter
Lancet Retracts Vaccine-Autism Study, but Debate Goes On
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:20pm
With the Lancet's formal retraction of a flawed study linking childhood vaccines and autism, the question is whether the vaccine theory of autism may finally be put to rest
Study: Obesity Rates Leveling Off for Adults, Children
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
The steady rise in the percentage of overweight and obese adults and children appears to have finally leveled off
Gambling Study: How Winning at Poker Causes Greater Risk
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
A study finds that poker players who win the most hands end up losing the most money
Why the Sun Didn't Destroy Earth: Astronomers' New Theory
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Astronomers may have figured out why small planets like Earth can survive and not get sucked into the nearest star
Neanderthals in Shell Jewelry: Proof of Intelligence?
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Seashell relics show that Neanderthals, our extinct human cousins, wore jewelry -- perhaps making them more intelligent than we've realized
Epigenetics, DNA: How You Can Change Your Genes, Destiny
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
The new field of epigenetics is showing how your environment and your choices can influence your genetic code -- and that of your kids
Steroids: Mark McGwire and Baseball's History of Doping
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Baseball slugger Mark McGwire's admission that he used anabolic steroids for nearly a decade comes as little surprise. Use of performance enhancers goes back millenniums
How Fish (Yes, Fish) Punish One Another
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Bluestreak cleaner wrasses like to fight one another, providing insight into the evolution of human aggression
Alcohol Abuse Study: Online Help for Problem Drinkers
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Free online checkup programs can often have as dramatic an effect in reducing drinking as face-to-face counseling
Cocaine Effects on Brain Genes Could Help Treat Addicts
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Research in mice increases our understanding of how addiction works -- and could lead to new treatments
Using Spoons to Measure Meds
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Do you use a spoon to measure the quantity of cough or cold medicine? If so, you may be taking the wrong dose
Study: Calorie Counts Often Wrong on Food Labels
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
A new study find that calories are often understated in both restaurants and in supermarkets' prepared foods
Antidepressants: Study on Popular Drugs, Mild Depression
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
The controversial and popular drugs, from their accidental discovery to a new study that suggests many patients may not benefit from them
NASA's Kepler Telescope Detects Five New Planets
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:55pm
Nothing quite like Earth yet, but for the NASA mission, it's still early
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  » Atul Gawande on 'Checklist Manifesto,' Helping Doctors
  » Study: Ginkgo Does Not Slow Cognitive Decline of Aging
  » Why It's Not Easy to Detonate a Bomb on Board
  » Is Running Bad for Your Knees? Maybe Not
  » Gauging Climate Change: How Fast Is the Earth Shifting?
  » End-of-Year To-Do List: Schedule Surgery?
  » Holland's Plan to Cut Traffic: A Tax on Every Kilometer Driven
  » Five Lessons From the Copenhagen Climate Talks


 
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