• Smartphones may shock those with pacemakers, other cardiac devices Smartphones may shock those with pacemakers, other cardiac devices
  • Will Global Warming take the bite out of winter? You may be surprised... Will Global Warming take the bite out of winter? You may be surprised...
  • Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria causes panic on Florida coast Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria causes panic on Florida coast
  • Firestorm erupts after FDA approves 'female Viagra' Firestorm erupts after FDA approves 'female Viagra'
Smartphones may shock those with pacemakers, other cardiac devices

Smartphones may shock those with pacemakers, other cardiac devices

Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015

Those with implanted cardiac devices should be careful how they use smartphones. Read more.

Will Global Warming take the bite out of winter? You may be surprised...

Will Global Warming take the bite out of winter? You may be surprised...

Dan Taylor - Jun 21, 2015

Will people die less during the winter because of Global Warming? Unfortunately, a new study is finding that's not the case. Read more.

Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria causes panic on Florida coast

Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria causes panic on Florida coast

Dan Taylor - Jun 14, 2015

An outbreak of the bacteria has already killed 2 people and sickened 7 -- but are things about to get even worse? Read more.

Firestorm erupts after FDA approves 'female Viagra'

Firestorm erupts after FDA approves 'female Viagra'

Dan Taylor - Jun 14, 2015

An angry debate has erupted between those who argue that women should have the right to take the pill and those who question the science behind it. Read more.

Shocking report: There is a huge racial divide in depression, anxiety sufferers

Shocking report: There is a huge racial divide in depression, anxiety sufferers

Dan Taylor - Jun 13, 2015

Young black and hispanic men were significantly less likely than whites to admit that they have a problem, and often refused to seek treatment for it. Read more.

Are tsunamis going to hammer Southern California soon?

Are tsunamis going to hammer Southern California soon?

Dan Taylor - Jun 01, 2015

Scientists who were examining fault lines off the coast of California made a rather alarming discovery. Read more.

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Shocking report: There is a huge racial divide in depression, anxiety sufferers Shocking report: There is a huge racial divide in depression, anxiety sufferers
Dan Taylor - Jun 13, 2015
Young black and hispanic men were significantly less likely than whites to admit that they have a problem, and often refused to seek treatment for it.
Are tsunamis going to hammer Southern California soon? Are tsunamis going to hammer Southern California soon?
Dan Taylor - Jun 01, 2015
Scientists who were examining fault lines off the coast of California made a rather alarming discovery.
Stunning discovery: Scientists find a way to cure amnesia Stunning discovery: Scientists find a way to cure amnesia
Dan Taylor - May 31, 2015
By tweaking neurons in the brain, scientists have been able to restore memories in mice ... make it clear that the memories in trauma victims aren't lost at all, just hiding.
Yikes: If you get a tattoo, you might get this unwelcome surprise Yikes: If you get a tattoo, you might get this unwelcome surprise
Dan Taylor - May 30, 2015
A new study should give pause to anyone thinking about getting a tattoo because of some unpleasant surprises for many people who get them that most don't know about.
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Will Global Warming take the bite out of winter? You may be surprised...
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
Will people die less during the winter because of Global Warming? Unfortunately, a new study is finding that's not the case.
 
Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria causes panic on Florida coast
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
An outbreak of the bacteria has already killed 2 people and sickened 7 -- but are things about to get even worse?
 
Firestorm erupts after FDA approves 'female Viagra'
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
An angry debate has erupted between those who argue that women should have the right to take the pill and those who question the science behind it.
 
Shocking report: There is a huge racial divide in depression, anxiety sufferers
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
Young black and hispanic men were significantly less likely than whites to admit that they have a problem, and often refused to seek treatment for it.
 
Google adds feature to prevent password hacking
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Google has created a new feature on their Chrome browser to act as a safety net against password hacking. It comes in the form of a free extension on their Chrome browser.
 
German Measles eliminated from Americas
Ken Kern - Jun 23, 2015
The Americas region is the first in the world to eliminate rubella, as it was the first to eliminate smallpox in 1971 and polio in 1994.
 
Malala attackers sentenced to life
Ken Kern - Jun 23, 2015
Ten men involved in the 2012 assassination attempt on Malala Yousafzai were sentenced on Thursday to life in prison by Pakistani anti-terrorist judge Mohammad Amin Kindi.
 
Tesla Motors to launch home energy system
Ken Kern - Jun 23, 2015
How do you run a solar powered home or office when the sun isn't shining?
 
3-D printed implants save three babies' lives.
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Three babies were saved with the technology of 3-D printing. The technology was used to make growth-flexible implants.
 
Bird flu outbreak in Iowa causes state of emergency
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Birld flu outbreak causes a state of emergency in Iowa. State resources are being used to track and monitor the virus.
 
Bombing in Iraq prompts a visit from Canadian prime minister
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Canadian prime minister visits Iraq after bombing kills 30 people.
 
New bird species discovered in China
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
A new type of bird species; the Warbler, has been found in China.
 
Is eating fruit making you hungrier?
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Scientists have discovered why people don't find fruit very filling during meals.
 
Global CO2 levels have broken monthly records
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
The record of average global CO2 levels have broken monthly records for the first time in March.
 
Are tsunamis going to hammer Southern California soon?
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
Scientists who were examining fault lines off the coast of California made a rather alarming discovery.
 
Stunning discovery: Scientists find a way to cure amnesia
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
By tweaking neurons in the brain, scientists have been able to restore memories in mice ... make it clear that the memories in trauma victims aren't lost at all, just hiding.
 
Yikes: If you get a tattoo, you might get this unwelcome surprise
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
A new study should give pause to anyone thinking about getting a tattoo because of some unpleasant surprises for many people who get them that most don't know about.
 
Mystery solved! Ethiopia WASN'T where civilization began... it was here instead...
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
Scientists have long believed that modern humans migrated from Ethiopia into the Middle East, Asia, and Europe on their way to forming civilization as we know it -- but not so, says new research.
 
Physicists precisely measure interaction between atoms and carbon surfaces
BABW_admin - Jun 23, 2015
Co-authors were Oscar Vilches, professor emeritus of physics, doctoral students Hao-Chun Lee and research associate Boris Dzyubenko, all of the UW. The research was funded by the National Science Foundation.
 
The shocking link between depression and heart failure
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
People who are depressed have a far greater risk of suddenly dying within a year.
 
NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
This Wolf-Rayet star has been found deep in our galaxy, and it's behaving in a way scientists didn't expect.
 
Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
It's called metabolic syndrome, and it can lead to sudden death via stroke or other serious complications -- and you might not even be aware that you have it.
 
Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
UC thought they had beaten MIT to the punch on discovering the new DNA altering process, but MIT was quicker to the patent office.
 
Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft smashed into the planet's surface on April 30 after four years in orbit, but not before sending back some amazing data.
 
Philippina maid saved from execution
Ken Kern - Jun 23, 2015
Authorities went through the lining of her bag and found 2.6 kilograms of heroin worth an estimated $500 thousand.
 
Sen. Bernie Saunders to run for Dem nomination
Ken Kern - Jun 23, 2015
Saunders is positioned politically to the left of Hillary Rodham Clinton,
 
3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
Swiss researchers warned that that figure will only increase in the coming decades.
 
Magma expanse under Yellowstone volcano larger than expected
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
A large magma expanse under Yellowstone super volcano is larger than scientists had anticipated.
 
Google launches wireless service Project Fi
Benjamin LaCasse - Jun 23, 2015
Google is launching it's own wireless service named Project Fi.