Shelley DuBois • November 24, 2009
Women wanting to get pregnant turn to acupuncture as an option
Shelley DuBois • October 19, 2009
A parasite researcher from NYU is hoping to tackle African sleeping sickness in Keyna by creating genetically enhanced cows that cannot catch or transmit the disease
Shelley DuBois • June 11, 2009
Research into songbird migrations could shed light on the effects of a warming climate on bird populations.
Shelley DuBois • April 15, 2009
This year's Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Gardens is a colorful take on conservation.
Shelley DuBois • March 18, 2009
Scientists listen to the mating songs of disease-carrying mosquitoes in hopes that they’ll use what they learn to control wild populations.
Shelley DuBois • February 18, 2009
While concussions can be insidiously dangerous for high school football players, young athletes are sometimes hardheaded about their safety. A group in Boston pushes for widespread education on the issue.
Shelley DuBois • February 2, 2009
Cynthia Pannucci works to join two seemingly disjointed worlds.
Shelley DuBois • December 24, 2008
Researchers find a possible treatment for African sleeping sickness in a drug usually used for organ transplant recipients.
Shelley DuBois • December 17, 2008
Researchers use lab rats to examine the role of choice in drug-seeking behavior.
Shelley DuBois • December 9, 2008
Nestled in two trapezoids on the second tier of the food pyramid, dairy and red meat are often lauded as sources of calcium and protein but linked to cancer and […]