• The Milky Way
    Astronomers are finding more and more planets in the Milky Way everyday, by the billions.
  • iHeart Radio
    Ford Motor Co. said Wednesday that it is the first automobile company to enable the popular iHeartRadio app in a car using voice control.
  • Older patients with cirrhosis have significant functional disability, require twice the amount of informal caregiving, and contribute added strain to the health care system, according to a new study.
  • Winter Sun
    Most men do not use sunscreen, which can potentially heighten their risk of developing skin cancer from winter sun exposure, according to survey results released Wednesday.
  • HIV Zimbabwe
    A new study outlines useful steps in reaching the World Health Organization goal to eliminate pediatric HIV in Zimbabwe by improving the access to antiretroviral medications, helping HIV-infected mothers continue to take their medication and to safely reduce or eliminate breastfeeding.
  • Surgery
    Surgeons between the ages of 35 and 50 provide the safest care compared with their younger and older colleagues, according to a new study.
  • Cigarette
    While it is commonly known that smokers feel cravings and have physiological reactions to pictures they associate with smoking, a new study shows that a smoker's cravings can also be trained to non-smoking related stimuli.
  • Old Couple
    Many have heard the expression “She/he died of a broken heart” before, usually after someone has lost their spouse. Now, a new systematic study links the two.
  • An operation that marketed acai berry supplements, "colon cleansers," and other products using fraudulent free trial offers and phony endorsements from Oprah Winfrey and Rachael Ray will pay $1.5 million as part of a settlement for consumer refunds, the Federal Trade Commission said Monday.
  • Vitamins
    A study conducted by the National Institutes of Health has found that Vitamin D may help prevent hormonal changes that can lead to bone loss among those being treated for HIV with the drug tenofovir.
  • Credit Cards
    The European Commission has investigated consumer credit websites to check whether consumers are receiving the information to which they are entitled under EU consumer law1 before signing a consumer credit contract and have found that most information is misleading.
  • Dining Out
    Eating out and consuming high calorie foods in large portions at restaurants may contribute to weight gain but researchers have found that people can continue to eat out and still lose weight.
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