The state has politically powerful opposition to immunization, despite the medical evidence.
They say Zealandia meets all the definitions of a continent: a huge, coherent mass that sits above and is distinct from the ocean crust.
A small study finds cardiovascular abnormalities in daily users of e-cigarettes.
A study finds participation affected by competing responsibilities and a lack of support.
Uncontrolled diabetes contributes to vision loss, kidney failure and amputations.
Coronary heart disease is the No. 1 killer of men and women in the United States.
Experimental device mimics the natural movements of a beating heart.
Just get up and move, because doing anything is better than nothing, the experts say.
Research suggest that these illnesses may actually cause one another.
A 40-year-old recreational drug user might have a cardiovascular age of 50.
Feng Zhang says his big patent fight was a distraction. Now it’s back to work.
The vote came despite strong pushback by Democrats and environmentalists.
Maybe residents need “do not disturb” signs.
Studies show that chilling the scalp may ameliorate one side effect of cancer treatment.
Environmental Defense Fund podcast reports on the good effects of microbes.
The law is still in effect, so you’re liable to be fined if you don’t have health insurance.
Some tests have been shown to be inaccurate or to have no effect on treatment options.
In a reversal, information on animal welfare at research facilities was restored to the government database. But reports on breeders, exhibitors and other facilities are still missing.
‘Bad Astronomy’ blog on SyFy Wire is full of ‘red sprites’ and other fun facts.
Creature gave birth by delivering live babies rather than laying eggs.
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When a small Australian biotechnology company, Innate Immunotherapeutics, needed a clinical trial for an experimental drug it hoped to turn into a huge moneymaker, the company landed a U.S. partner wh...
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