• Alien Matter
    NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer spacecraft has revealed for the very first time, new observations of interstellar matter from outside of our solar system.
  • Kidneys
    The parents of Amelia Rivera, a disabled three-old girl who is in desperate need of a kidney transplant and has been trending over social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, gaining thousands of online supporters, have met once again with a Philadelphia hospital about getting a kidney transplant for her, but they don't know if she will get it.
  • Phyton
    Researchers have found a strong link between the southern Floridian spread of Burmese pythons and the severe declines in mammal populations.
  • Marijuana
    Experts say that the medical marijuana drug to treat cancer patients from pain, which is not yet approved by the FDA, has very little potential for abuse because it takes too long to take effect.
  • Twitter
    Twitter will only censor tweets when it is legally required to do so, confirmed Twitter CEO Dick Costolo on Monday.
  • Rapid dropping temperatures in Eastern Europe have left almost 60 people dead over the past week, many who were homeless.
  • Elephant
    A new study has shown that elephants took 24 million generations to get to their current size and that they were once the size of a mouse.
  • Milk
    A new study has found that people who drink milk score higher on memory and brain function tests.
  • NASA FB GAME
    NASA announced on Monday that it has released its first multi-player online game to test players' knowledge of the space program.
  • FDA tests have found that one lot of Aveeno Baby Calming Comfort Lotion distributed mostly across the southeastern U.S. contained more of a form of bacteria than allowed, prompting manufacturer Johnson and Johnson to announce a recall on Monday.
  • Cure For Meth Addiction: FDA Fast Tracks Human Trials With Ibudilast
    The National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators announced their efforts in encouraging the Ohio House of Representatives on Monday, to support a legislation that would stop unlawful over the counter sales of safe and effective medicines containing pseudoephedrine, which is used to manufacture methamphetamine.
  • LOFAR
    In search for the first stars and galaxies along with potential signs of extraterrestrial intelligence, the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy will soon connect more than 20,000 radio antennas over the Internet to find unexplored radio frequencies.
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