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Report: One Dose of H1N1 Vaccine May Be Enough for Kids
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
A new study finds that a larger single dose of flu vaccine may generate as many virus-fighting antibodies as two smaller vaccine doses in healthy children
Climate Compromise Leaves a Bitter Aftertaste
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Autism Numbers Are Rising. The Question is Why?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Autism rates among American children have risen dramatically in just a few years. Is there truly an increased risk, or are we just looking harder for the condition?
In Copenhagen, a Last-Minute Deal That Satisfies Few
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
The U.S., India, China, Brazial and South Africa hammer out an agreement tokeep the summit from collapse. But other countries are not happy about beingleft out of the negotiations -- and could vote it down
Will Global Temperature Increase Make Seas Rise Too High?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Scientists estimate a 13-ft.-to-19-ft. sea-level rise if global temperatures keep rising until the year 2100. But a new study says that estimate may be dangerously low
Study: TV May Perpetuate Race Bias
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Despite the decline in overt expressions of racism in modern America, studies find that many people still have biased attitudes toward blacks. Could television be to blame?
With One Day to Go, Climate Talks Remain Stalled
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
While U.S. pledges for climate aid to the developing world have helped reanimate talks at the climate summit, they may not be enough and they may not have come in time to seal a deal
In Copenhagen: Forests, Protests and Fading Hopes
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
With only two days of official negotiating time left, hope of progress is quickly evaporating at the Copenhagen climate talks, subsumed by increasing frustration
Super-Earth: Newly Discovered Planet May Have Water
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Astronomers have spotted a "super-Earth," an exoplanet that's only a little bigger and a little hotter than our own. It may bear the stuff of life: water
German Study: Jet Noise Increases Risk of Heart Disease
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
An unpublished German study shows higher incidence of strokes and other cardiovascular problems among people who live near airports
A Brief History of UFOs
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
The earliest UFO sightings can be found in 4th century Chinese texts claiming that a "moon boat" hovered above China every 12 years. But that was merely the beginning
Climate Change Talks in Copenhagen Enter a Deep Freeze
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Perhaps the uncertainty outside the conference center was indicative of the events on the other side of the walls
A Brief History of Fad Diets
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Relying on fad diets to shed a few pounds has been a tradition for centuries, even though there's scant evidence of their effectiveness
Testosterone Doesn't Always Lead to Aggressive Behavior
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
The popular belief that testosterone contributes to aggressive behavior in humans may be just that -- a belief, all in your mind
Crunch Time at the Copenhagen Climate-Change Conference: Will Week 2 Make a Difference?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Negotiators in Copenhagen are holding out hope that newly arriving world leaders will bridge the gap between rich and poor nations and seal a climate deal -- or something close to one
Global Warming Could Change Winemaking Map
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
French vintners are warning that climate change could have a ruinous effect on their grape harvests. Already, some are packing up and moving to -- gasp -- England
The U.N.'s Ban Ki-Moon on Climate Change and Copenhagen
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon, talks to TIME about his hopes for the Copenhagen conference, the responsibilities of rich and poor nations and why climate change is ultimately a moral issue.
H1N1 Flu Pandemic: New Wave in 2010?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Since early November, cases of H1N1 have continued to decline nationwide, suggesting a "mild" pandemic, but health officials are still bracing for a second wave
Amid Copenhagen's Climate Din, a Corporate Silence
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Diplomats in Copenhagen could use a helpful shove in the right direction -- and some of that force could come from a corporate sector that was once dead set against climate action
Do Rich Nations Owe Poor Ones a Climate Debt?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
To many environmental activists and representatives of developing nations, climate change is more an ethical problem than an economic or political one
Finding Technology to Meet the Carbon Targets
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Global politics may shape how we structure our response to climate change, but the actual work of reducing carbon emissions will ultimately be a technological problem
Should Wild Animals Become Pets to Ward Off Extinction?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:00pm
Half the mammals that have died off in the last 200 years have met their end in Australia. Now some scientists are suggesting that keeping native species as pets could help them keep a place on the planet
Pork, Stigmatized by Swine Flu, Gets a Government Bailout
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
America's hog farmers, whose image was tarnished by swine flu, are getting a $30 million leg up from the U.S. government
Flu Data: H1N1 Vaccine Highly Effective
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Preliminary findings from two trials suggest that a single dose of H1N1 vaccine may confer adequate immunity, while a third study underscores the importance of early vaccination
Q&A: Examining the No-Impact Life
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Colin and Michelle Beavan talk to TIME about their yearlong attempt to impact the environment as little as possible -- and how the experiment changed their lives
Working Parents and Family Diets: Too Busy to Eat Right
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
A survey of working parents suggests that their busy workplace schedules are a major cause of unhealthy eating habits -- both for themselves and their children
Sudden Cardiac Death: Should Young Athletes Be Screened?
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Doctors know that sudden cardiac death is more common among athletes than nonathletes. But the more research that's done on the condition, the louder the debate grows over how athletes should be screened for the condition -- and how much it should cost
Inside India's Intransigence on Climate-Change Talks
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
If you ask India's climate-change negotiators, the December summit in Copenhagen will be not about how to save the planet but about how to accommodate the rights and aspirations of millions of Indians
New Species: BBC Finds Cat-Size Rat on Papua New Guinea
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
A chance discovery by a BBC documentary team on the island of Papua New Guinea reveals dozens of new species, including a housecat-size rat and a frog with fangs
How Air Pollution Can Damage the Heart
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Adding to the burgeoning evidence that air quality may have a direct impact on heart health, a new study finds a measurable increase in blood pressure due to traffic pollution
Q&A: Nick Bostrom on the Future of Human Enhancement
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
TIME talks to scientist Nick Bostrom about how medicine and technology are combining to improve our physical and mental abilities and even dramatically extend human life
New iPhone App Alerts of Nearby Swine Flu Outbreaks
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Created by researchers at Children's Hospital Boston, a new iPhone app called Outbreaks Near Me alerts you when diseases flare up near your home
Britain's NHS: Can Socialized Health Care Be Cost-Effective?
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
When a consulting firm hired by the British government recommended job cuts to help save money in the National Health Service, politicians rushed to reject the report. Is there a way to make socialized health care cost-effective without losing votes?
Germany's New AIDS-Awareness Ad -- Starring Hitler
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
A new German AIDS-awareness campaign that uses steamy sex and Adolf Hitler to shock people into wearing condoms is drawing fire from activists who say it demonizes those who are HIV-positive
Breakthrough Discoveries of Alzheimer's Genes
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Fifteen years since the last discovery of its kind, two research groups, working independently, have identified three new genes that contribute to Alzheimer's disease
Studies of the Arctic Suggest a Dire Situation
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
Two studies of global warming in the Arctic suggest that the phenomenon is man-made and that it is happening much more quickly than scientists imagined.
Midnight Snacking: More Fattening Than We Think?
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 02:50pm
A study in lab animals is the first to link the timing of meals to the degree of weight gain, supporting researchers' hunch: midnight snacks are particularly bad for your waistline.
The Social Side of Obesity: You Are Who You Eat With
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 03:20pm
Studies increasingly show that our weight is influenced by the people we hang out with
Is There a Climate-Change Tipping Point?
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
When a complex system, like the global climate, is about to experience a sudden, irrevocable change, there are early warning signs, according to a new paper in Nature
New Antibodies to HIV Found, Raising Hopes for AIDS Vaccine
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
Helping to reignite the flagging enthusiasm for the discovery of a vaccine against AIDS, a consortium of researchers has identified two new powerful antibodies against HIV
U.S. Conservatives Attack UNESCO's Sex-Ed Guidelines
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
UNESCO wants kids to learn the basics of sex ed at a younger age. But what the organization sees as a way to slow the spread of HIV and the rate of unwanted pregnancies, U.S. conservatives are attacking as a plot to promote masturbation and abortion
America's Health Checkup: A Shot at Cancer
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
We get vaccinated against all manner of diseases -- except the one we fear most. But that may be changing
Personal Space: Why People Don't Like to Be Crowded
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
Some studies of a single patient with brain damage suggest that our sense of personal space is hardwired into our brain
In Geneva, Designing a Global Climate-Alert System
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
Delegates from more than 150 nations gather this week at the World Climate Conference in Geneva to craft a better global alert system for climate change
A Stem-Cell Discovery Could Help Diabetics
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
Harvard stem-cell scientists have created the first insulin-producing cells from skin cells of Type 1 diabetes patients -- and gained a deeper understanding of the disease
The Teen Brain: The More Mature, the More Reckless
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
It's possible that some teenagers' careless behavior may result from a brain that's developed faster -- not slower -- than average
Diabetes Study: Diet Can Help Avoid Drugs
Cuma, 04.09.2009, 02:45pm
In a four-year study, the popular Mediterranean-style diet helped keep Type 2 diabetes patients off blood-sugar-controlling medications
Study: Diet Can Help Avoid Diabetes Drugs
Sali, 01.09.2009, 03:40pm
In a four-year study, the popular Mediterranean-style diet helped keep type 2 diabetes patients off blood-sugar-controlling medications.
Drive-Thru Medical: Retail Health Clinics Get Good Marks
Sali, 01.09.2009, 03:40pm
Two new Rand Corp. studies suggest that retail health clinics can offer cheaper, better-quality care for common medical complaints than doctors, urgent-care providers and ERs
Decoding the Ancient Script of the Indus Valley
Sali, 01.09.2009, 03:40pm
A new study has renewed interest in deciphering the written language of the vast, ancient Indus Valley civilization -- a feat that has eluded scientists and archaeologists since the 1920s
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