February 18, 2013

New SARS-like Virus Infects British Patient in 10th Case Globally

A new virus from the same family as SARS that sparked a global alert last September has been found in – Read More...
February 11, 2013

Rules Call for Swing to Healthier Snacks in Schools

Snacks sold in U.S. schools would need to be lower in fat, salt and sugar and include more nutritious items – Read More...
February 11, 2013

U.S. Army to Build Soldier “Resilience” to Fight Suicides, Violence

The U.S. Army, grappling with a spike in military suicides, plans to take steps to improve soldiers’ resilience to mental – Read More...
February 4, 2013

Nearby Lighthing May Be Linked to Migraines

Weather has long been considered one of many potential migraine triggers, but a U.S. study now links lightning, specifically, to – Read More...
February 4, 2013

Could an Earlier Lunchtime Help You Lose Weight?

Dieters who ate early lunches tended to lose more weight than those who had their midday meal on the later – Read More...
February 4, 2013

Cancer Gene Mutation Linked to Earlier Menopause

Women carrying BRCA mutations tied to breast and ovarian cancer may hit menopause a few years earlier than other women, – Read More...
January 28, 2013

Smoke-free Laws Linked to Drop in Child Asthma Attacks

Introducing laws banning smoking in enclosed public places can lead to swift and dramatic falls in the number of children – Read More...
January 21, 2013

Coughs Take Longer to Clear Up than People Think

The gap between how long people expect their cough to last and how long it actually does may drive some – Read More...
January 21, 2013

Urgent CO2 Cuts May Spare Millions Hardship

Tens of millions of people may be spared droughts and floods by 2050 if Earth-warming carbon emissions peak in 2016 – Read More...
January 14, 2013

New Strain of Norovirus Spreads Around the World

A new strain of the winter vomiting disease norovirus has spread to France, New Zealand and Japan from Australia and – Read More...
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