Finding could lead to new therapies to thwart spread of this contagious, and mostly fatal disease
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Medication that slows progression of dementia may also reverse injury that causes cerebral palsy in preterm infants
Brain plaque without Alzheimer's symptoms; Teaching computers to teach better; Sweet plan to save the Everglades; From fins to limbs; and more...
New study may explain why marketers are able to exploit our sense of adventure and fascination with things we perceive as fresh
Scientists hope medication could treat learning disorders caused by autism
Study shows that anesthesia actually increases post-surgery pain
Clone your dog; Stem cells help mend bones; Latrines cleaner than toilets; and more...
Scientists identify function of cells known as astrocytes
Pilot study marks first time that treatment with infection-fighting T cells alone takes out cancer
Brain scans provide evidence that sexual orientation is biological
Pluto becomes just another plutoid; Predicting if coma patients will awaken; Brain protein stops alcoholism; and more...
Researchers get genetic material to copy itself in a recreation of a simple protocell that could have existed eons ago
New research shows that long commutes affect a team's chances of winning
The story of a Queens, N.Y., woman reveals a rare kind of epilepsy
Despite the rumor mill nearly doing his job for him, it took nearly an hour and a half for Steve Jobs to mention the big news during his morning keynote at this week's Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference: The second iteration of the iPhone, dubbed the 3G iPhone, will be available for purchase on July 11...
Anthropologists say women prized since 5000 B.C.; New mega-Earth discovered; Making fuel from car exhaust; and more...
Findings could trigger new therapies for cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and other debilitating diseases, including the subject of the feature film Lorenzo's Oil
New study may help answer why people on the same diet have different girths
Author and columnist Glenn McGee is no longer director of Albany Medical College's Alden March Bioethics Institute