I Wish I May, I Wish I Might...

Many parents will ask their children how their day was or what they had for lunch, in which the will get short word responses, "cool" or " I do not know." So what is your child thinking? There has to be more, they must have opinions on what they did for the day or if they liked their lunch.

Too Depressed to Take Pills

Being depressed affects just about everything, including focus and energy. New research shows that depressed people tend not to take medications for their other conditions.

Still Sounds Like Rock and Roll to Me

Listener fatigue involves the discomfort and pain felt by some people while using the new type earphones and hearing aids. Instead of suggesting giving up iPod usage, which isn't going to happen, engineers found a  solution for listener fatigue: a new earphone.

Mary Tyler Moore "Recovering Nicely"

Beloved television actress Mary Tyler Moore, is "recovering nicely" following surgery to remove a benign (non cancerous) brain tumor, according to spokeswoman, Erica Tarin.

Finally, a Definitive Test for Alzheimer's

There is still no definitive way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease in a living person, but that may be about to change.

Human Lung Stem Cell Does All the Tricks

Which three properties does a cell have to have to be called a stem cell? It has to be self-renewing, able to form into different types of cells and capable of carrying across to another person.

Spoonful of Sugar Will Make Bacteria Go Away

Sugar can be added to anything to make it sweeter. We all know that candy is the number one "medication" for all children. Adults like sweets just as much as children do.

FDA issues first new rules under Food Safety Modernization Act

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced two new regulations that will help ensure the safety and security of foods in the United States. The rules are the first to be issued by the FDA under the new authorities granted the agency by the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), signed into law by President Obama in January. Both rules will take effect July 3, 2011.

Birth Control Pill and HRT Protects Brain Aneurysm

Women taking a pill a day, either a birth control pill or a drug used for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may protect against developing brain aneurysms.

Drive Less, Lose More Weight

What part of your day is spent driving in a car? For most Americans, driving is the main mode of transportation to get to and from work.


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