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Did you know that when you filled out your census form, you helped computer scientists model how diseases spread in the United States?
Seriously sick kids need a level of expertise that most hospitals don't have. At the vast majority of hospitals, all but a few inpatients are adults, and children, as medical school instructors drum into into student physicians, aren't small adults.
A policy conference called, Nanotechnology: the Huge Challenge of Regulating Tiny Technologies that was hosted at the National Press Club in Washington recently, discussed the problems related to regulating nanotechnologies and it was attended by rep
A study released Monday shows high levels of methane gas are more likely to be found in drinking water wells near natural gas harvesting sites.
In retaliation for Osama bin Laden's death, al Qaeda supporters may try to carry out attacks in the United States.
Georgia’s weight problem is making us lighter in the wallet.
International interest and investment in nanotechnology is growing—said panelists in this morning’s public forum in Washington, D.C.
In the past few years there has been much debate in the United States about comparative effectiveness research, defined by the Institute of Medicine as “the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of alternative meth
It sounds like it should make sense. Let your teen drink responsibly under your watchful eye, and he’ll be less likely to end up as that puking, pantless frat boy in his freshman year.
Researchers at RTI International will try to find cheap ways of filtering water thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations fund.