Tech Aids Show Signs of Promise in Helping Individuals Manage Diabetes
An assessment of 16 studies found that individuals using technology to help them manage their diabetes are likely to see improvement in several key areas of their health, though not all.
Scientists Invent a New Method to Create Synthetic Vaccines
A team of scientists have developed a new method of creating an entirely synthetic vaccine.
Food-borne Illnesses are on the Decline
Food-borne illnesses are on the decline with some down as much as 40 percent over the last ten years, according to a study released by the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Scientists Solve the Mystery of Fairy Circles
Scientists believe they may have solved the mystery behind the mysterious fairy rings: termites.
Sygenta, Bayer Put Forth Plan to Support Bee Health in Hopes of Avoiding a Ban on Pesticides
In an effort to forestall a European ban on their pesticides, manufacturers Syngenta and Bayer are putting forth a plan to support bee health.
Shroud of Turin Broadcast Scheduled for Easter Saturday
Right before he left, Pope Benedict XVI signed off on a 90-minute broadcast on the shroud of Turin, a linen believed by some to have been the cloth Jesus was buried in after his crucifixtion.
Physicists Propose a New Laser System that Could Revolutionize the World
A team of physicists has proposed a new laser system that could revolutionize not just the world of lasers, but the world itself.
Washington Climate Change Bill Accused of Not Being a Climate Change Bill
An argument is taking place in Washington state politics and it's not just about a bill - it's about the reality of climate change.
Three New Crew Members are Scheduled to Fly to the International Space Station Thursday
Three men prepare to take off in what will be the fastest journey to the International Space Station yet.
Pesticides May Be Contributing to Declining Bee Populations
Two new studies explain how pesticides may be contributing to the decline in bee populations.
Biogen Inc. Wins Approval for its First Pill to Treat MS
Biogen Inc, makers of multiple sclerosis (MS) drugs Avonex and Tysabri, have recently won approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its first pill for the disease: Tecfidera.
The Age of Space Colonization May Almost be Here, Says One Man
One man believes space colonization is just around the corner.
Duck Reproduction is Something of an Arms-Race [VIDEO]
All eyes are on Yale University's research on the plasticity of duck penises thanks to Fox News who has turned the study into the poster child of government waste.
Massive Study Reveals New Insights in How Some Cancers Develop
Researchers have identified over 80 regions of the human genome that, when found in an individual, can increase the risk of certain kinds of cancer, including breast cancer.