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GMO Foods: The Good, the Bad and th...

GMO Foods: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Is altering a crop in a lab the same as altering it on the farm? Yes and no.
Scientists Rush to Finish Mind-Cont...

Scientists Rush to Finish Mind-Controlled Robotic Suit

Researchers have less than two months to finish the robotic exoskeleton.
5 Things You Need to Know About E-C...

5 Things You Need to Know About E-Cigarettes

Regulations will include warning labels, banned sales to minors and a list of ingredients.
Man Aims to Change Cancer Experienc...

Man Aims to Change Cancer Experience for Young Adults

What would you do if you were diagnosed with cancer in your teens or twenties?
Family Raises $500K in 15 Days to S...

Family Raises $500K in 15 Days to Save Daughter

If your child's life depended on you raising $2 million, could you do it?
Meet 5 Incredible 'Bionic' Pets

Meet 5 Incredible 'Bionic' Pets

These amazing animals have prosthetic limbs.

BBC

Human skin grown in laboratory

Human skin grown in laboratory

Skin grown in the laboratory could replace animals in drug and cosmetics testing, according to UK scientists.
Binge drinking 'link to overeating'

Binge drinking 'link to overeating'

Drinking more than three large glasses of wine can push people over a "tipping point", meaning they consume about 6,300 extra calories in the following 24 hours, research says.
Cancer teen hits 1m charity target

Cancer teen hits 1m charity target

A teenage blogger with terminal cancer raises more than 1m for charity after posting his final message to followers.
Worries over young wanting surgery

Worries over young wanting surgery

Plastic surgeons say they're worried about the number of young people who want cosmetic procedures.
Skin cancer rates 'surge since 70s'

Skin cancer rates 'surge since 70s'

The incidence of the most serious skin cancer is now five times higher than it was in the 1970s, figures show.
Saudi health minister sacked

Saudi health minister sacked

As Saudi Arabia dismisses its health minister, the Mers virus death toll continues to rise.

Reuters

Obama wraps up Japan visit but no t...

Obama wraps up Japan visit but no trade deal

TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama wrapped up a state visit to Japan on Friday during which he assured America's ally that Washington would come to its defense, but failed to clinch a trade deal key his "pivot" to Asia and to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's reforms.
Empty spaces mark Korean school tri...

Empty spaces mark Korean school tribute for missing ferry victims

ANSAN, South Korea/SEOUL (Reuters) - A floral tribute to the children who drowned in a sinking South Korean ferry displays photographs of the victims in their school uniforms, while lines of empty spaces wait to be filled with photos once those still missing are confirmed dead.
New report calls U.S. a 'rising sta...

New report calls U.S. a 'rising star' of global manufacturing

A new ranking of the competitiveness of the world's top 25 exporting countries says the United States is once again a "rising star" of global manufacturing thanks to falling domestic natural gas prices, rising worker productivity and a lack of upward wage pressure.
Exclusive: Obama may call EU leader...

Exclusive: Obama may call EU leaders in Russia sanctions push - sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama is expected to speak to several European leaders on Friday to try to nudge the EU toward fresh sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, sources familiar with the matter said.
Exclusive: Apple, Google to pay $32...

Exclusive: Apple, Google to pay $324 million to settle conspiracy lawsuit

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Four major tech companies including Apple and Google have agreed to pay a total of $324 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of conspiring to hold down salaries in Silicon Valley, sources familiar with the deal said, just weeks before a high profile trial had been scheduled to begin.
Exclusive: JetBlue flight attendant...

Exclusive: JetBlue flight attendants seek to hold unionization vote

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Flight attendants at JetBlue Airways are pushing for a vote on whether to unionize, marking a second organizing effort at the formerly non-union airline after pilots authorized joining a union on Tuesday.

MedicineNet

For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatabl...

For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatable Without Drugs

Title: For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatable Without DrugsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/23/2014 12:35:00 PMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
Research Shows Ways to Speed Stroke...

Research Shows Ways to Speed Stroke Care

Title: Research Shows Ways to Speed Stroke CareCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/23/2014 12:35:00 PMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
Health Tip: Keep Your Kitchen Clean

Health Tip: Keep Your Kitchen Clean

Title: Health Tip: Keep Your Kitchen CleanCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/24/2014 7:35:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
Health Tip: Eat Healthy

Health Tip: Eat Healthy

Title: Health Tip: Eat HealthyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/24/2014 7:35:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
Frozen as Good as Fresh for Fecal T...

Frozen as Good as Fresh for Fecal Transplants for Diarrhea: Study

Title: Frozen as Good as Fresh for Fecal Transplants for Diarrhea: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/24/2014 9:35:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
Vitamin D May Not Lower Seniors' Fa...

Vitamin D May Not Lower Seniors' Fall Risk

Title: Vitamin D May Not Lower Seniors' Fall RiskCategory: Health NewsCreated: 4/24/2014 9:35:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM

CNN

She found love, left sugar, lost we...

She found love, left sugar, lost weight

Cady Stanton used to find solace in the sweet taste of ice cream. Now she finds solace in her new self image.
Pitcher drops 162 pounds

Pitcher drops 162 pounds

Denny McLain is a recognizable name to almost any baseball fan. But even his best friends wouldn't recognize him today.
She bet she'd lose -- and won!

She bet she'd lose -- and won!

Sara Lugger was skeptical as she placed her first $5 bet. But she realized that all she had to lose was 140 pounds.
Woman tackles longest triathlon

Woman tackles longest triathlon

Norma Bastidas will run, bike and swim more than 3,700 miles to fight human trafficking.
The cancer I beat came back

The cancer I beat came back

Kezia Fitzgerald knows the toll treating Hodgkin's lymphoma again will take on her body -- and her mind.
5 myths about the ER, debunked

5 myths about the ER, debunked

Several myths prevail about what you can expect in the emergency room. Here are five that need to be declared DOA.

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Gene-Swapping Soil Bacteria Harbor ...

Gene-Swapping Soil Bacteria Harbor Antibiotic Resistance

As drug-resistant infections become an increasingly serious threat worldwide, new research show the problem may be spreading right under our feet. A new study in the journal Science shows that disease-causing germs and harmless bacteria in the soil are exchanging genes that make them resistant to antibiotics ? a finding that may have implications for the widespread use of antibiotics in livestock. Antibiotic resistance among pathogenic bacteria ? the kind that make people sick ? ...
Study Reveals Alarming Levels of Dr...

Study Reveals Alarming Levels of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Alarming levels of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis have been found around the world. A new study says the findings signal an urgent need for improved testing and the development of better drugs to fight the deadly lung infection. Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tested samples from more than 1,200 TB patients from eight countries who were classified as having multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. The infection was resistant to one or both ...
American Pediatrics Group Cites Ben...

American Pediatrics Group Cites Benefits Of Male Circumcision

Circumcision for baby boys was a common practice in the United States but, in the past several years, many parents and health insurance companies have decided against it claiming it was not be medically necessary. Now, a group of American pediatricians says the health benefits of male circumcision outweigh its risks. In many African countries, adult men are getting circumcised to stop the spread of HIV. That's because research shows that male circumcision can protect both men and their ...
CDC Says Worst Nile Outbreak in US

CDC Says Worst Nile Outbreak in US

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there has been a 40 percent increase in the number of West Nile virus cases in the United States since last week. The virus was first reported in the U.S. in 1999. According to the CDC, this is the worst West Nile virus outbreak ever in the United States, with 1,590 cases reported so far in 2012. Sixty-six deaths have been reported so far. Except for Alaska and Hawaii, every state has found evidence of the virus in mosquitoes, ...
Searching for Animal Disease Transm...

Searching for Animal Disease Transmission

Researchers are not waiting for the next new disease to emerge. They?re studying our near and distant primate relatives to try to prevent future epidemics. HIV/AIDS is a well-known zoonotic disease, an illness transmitted from animals to humans. The disease ? linked to African primates - has killed tens of millions and more than 30 million people are now living with the disease. Dr. Natalie Cooper said there may be many more diseases ready to jump from animals to humans. The Trinity College ...
Kenyan Officials: Alcohol Abuse Is ...

Kenyan Officials: Alcohol Abuse Is National Catastrophe

NAIROBI, Kenya ? The World Health Organization says about 2.5 million people die annually, and many more succumb to illness and injury, as a result of harmful alcohol use. The WHO also says that alcohol increasingly is affecting younger generations and drinkers in developing countries. Kenya is one such country that is experiencing these negative repercussions from alcohol abuse. In a 2011 report, the Kenyan National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Authority, or NACADA, says alcohol and drug ...
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