• Sleeping
    Medtronic, Inc. said Wednesday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new remote glucose monitor that allows a person in one room to see real-time insulin pump data for another person sleeping in a separate room.
  • Senior Running
    A new AARP Bulletin nationwide survey assessing the level of physical activity among adults age 45 and older found that most adults age 45 and older say they are currently physically active and that walking is the most common activity.
  • Ice Data
    A new iPhone and iPad app can track the polar ice sheets and sea ice thickness in Greenland and Antarctica using data from a European Space Agency satellite.
  • Children at Play
    A new study concludes that while three-fourths of preschool-age children in the United States attend child care, many are not getting enough outdoor physical activity, which may be due in part to parental and societal values about injury prevention and kindergarten readiness.
  • Researchers have found that less than half of a sample of trials primarily or partially funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was published within 30 months of completing the clinical.
  • South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak, China's President Hu Jintao
    South Korean President Lee Myung-bak will make a state visit to China from January 9 to 11, the leader’s second visit to the country, a Chinese government spokesman said Wednesday, according to Xinhua.
  • A new study shows that obese individuals who have bariatric surgery have a reduced long-term incidence of cardiovascular deaths and events such as heart attack and stroke.
  • Obese Kid
    While an exact determination of expected body weight for adolescents is critical for diagnosis and management of eating disorders, there are no clear guidelines in calculating this weight in children but researchers have found that the body mass index (BMI) percentile method is best for clinical and research purposes.
  • RIC study suggests researchers are entering a new era of advances in brain research
    Many stroke survivors cannot report or respond to external events opposite the side of their brain injury, according to a new study.
  • Sky Ceiling
    Researchers have somewhat replicated the feel of being outdoors when you are indoors by creating a dynamic luminous ceiling in which they say, gives office staff the pleasant feeling that they are working under the open sky.
  • HimalayaUSA said Tuesday it is voluntarily recalling two batches of Organique by Himalaya Nourishing Night Cream out of “an abundance of safety,” effective immediately.
  • Meteor Shower
    The 2012 Quadrantids meteor shower, named after an extinct constellation, will put on a fascinating celestial show that will peak in the early morning hours on Wednesday and light up the night sky.