Water in tanks and fountains throughout villages of Spain turned red following last autumn's rainfall but researches insist it's not a sign of the apocalypse.
Pharmaceuticals that pass through sewage treatment plants contaminate drinking water sources. Scientists from the American Chemical Society have recently developed a way to re-design chemical structures of medicines so that they can easily biodegrade instead.
With the potential to save millions of lives, University of Cambridge's spin-off company XO1 Ltd. raised $11 million in funding to develop what some are calling the holy grail of anticoagulant drugs.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday its approval of the new medication Procysbi. Not only is the drug easier on the stomach than its predecessor, but produces less of an odor and can be taken every 12 hours rather than every six.