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Stories by Charles Choi

The Brontosaurus Is Back

Decades after scientists decided that the famed dinosaur never actually existed, new research says the opposite

April 7, 2015 — Charles Choi

'Alien-Like' Skulls Excavated in Mexico

Skull deformation of children was a common practice in Central America, but scientists are still struggling to solve the mystery of why these otherwise healthy youth died prematurely

December 21, 2012 — Charles Choi and LiveScience

Warming to Law

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, how stiff will greenhouse gas regulations be?

July 1, 2007 — Charles Choi and Charles Q. Choi

Diabetes

Inhalable insulin could help diabetics regulate blood sugar to an unprecedented degree

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi

Vision Loss

First a Nobel Prize, and now a potentially viable treatment: the world's first interfering RNA drug could be the first of many

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi

Dengue

A disease afflicting half a million people annually requires a special kind of vaccine

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi

Lung Cancer

New vaccine against the deadliest of all cancers teaches the body to defend itself while avoiding the side effects of more traditional therapies

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi

Arthritis

Potential replacement for Vioxx combines the powers of nitroglycerin with those of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi

Hepatitis C

The world's first preventative vaccine against Hepatitis C could curb the spread of the disease that killed Allen Ginsberg and thousands of others

December 11, 2006 — Charles Choi