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Sip-worthy Soporifics Keep Some Scientists Skeptical

Sip-worthy Soporifics Keep Some Scientists Skeptical

Uncertainty clouds the red wine longevity debate.

By | Posted October 27, 2009

"Immortality Enzyme" Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

“Immortality Enzyme” Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

This year’s first round of winners represents a historical first for the prize.

By | Posted October 6, 2009

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We've Been Here Before

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We’ve Been Here Before

History’s lessons on the resurgence of a disease.

By | Posted October 5, 2009

Nature Brings Out the Best in People, Cities the Worst, Study Finds

Nature Brings Out the Best in People, Cities the Worst, Study Finds

A new study suggests that natural surroundings make us more caring people, whereas cityscapes bring out our inner miser. But is it really that simple?

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Sad Smokers Mean Happy Hearts

Sad Smokers Mean Happy Hearts

Smoking bans reduce heart attacks by over a third.

By | Posted October 4, 2009

Caution: Communicable Diseases May Be Breakable

Caution: Communicable Diseases May Be Breakable

New virus sculptures explore the public perception of scientific images.

By | Posted September 24, 2009

I Want to be a Death Panelist

I Want to be a Death Panelist

The “debate” was ridiculous, but the idea is fantastic.

By | Posted September 17, 2009

Why Your Fat Could Be Valuable for Stem Cell Research

In a New Technique, Scientists Have Turned Fat Cells into Stem Cells.

By | Posted September 9, 2009

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Using ferrets to predict the virus’s virulence.

By | Posted September 2, 2009

Sneezing For Some Means a Bit More(gasm)

Sneezing For Some Means a Bit More(gasm)

By | Posted March 24, 2009

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