Science Blog

Tuesday the 3rd of November 2009

New national study finds increasing number of injuries from hot tubs - 03:21

Pitt, US Army team designs new strategy to find drugs to treat neglected infection - 03:21

Quality Supplements - 01:28

Monday the 2nd of November 2009

Study reveals second pathway to feeling your heartbeat - 19:07

Developmental drug may help bone fractures heal after radiation exposure - 19:07

African desert rift confirmed as new ocean in the making - 19:07

Multicenter study led by pitt finds early results of therapy for preemies not sustained - 19:07

Starburst galaxy sheds light on longstanding cosmic mystery - 19:07

Iowa State researchers contribute to discovery of gamma rays from starburst galaxy - 19:07

VERITAS telescopes help solve 100-year-old mystery: The origin of cosmic rays - 19:07

Half of US children -- and most black children -- will use food stamps, Cornell study reports - 19:07

Study reveals a 'missing link' in immune response to disease - 13:49

Study of alternate bearing presents recommendations for citrus growers - 13:49

Mending meniscals in children, improving diagnosis and recovery - 13:49

Study finds link between childhood physical abuse and arthritis - 13:49

Poorly cleaned public cruise ship restrooms may predict norovirus outbreaks - 13:49

Clinical tests begin on medication to correct Fragile X defect - 13:49

Digital 'plaster' for monitoring vital signs undergoes first clinical trials - 13:49

Preventative brain radiation for lung cancer patients: Benefits and risks - 13:49

Researchers use trident laser to accelerate protons to record energies - 11:56

Researchers use trident laser to accelerate protons to record energies - 11:56

Laser-plasma accelerators ride on Einstein's shoulders - 11:56

High-performance plasmas may make reliable, efficient fusion power a reality - 11:56

Electron self-injection into an evolving plasma bubble - 11:56

Human clinical study finds benefits linked to XanGo® Juice - 11:56

Survey: Awareness of COPD is rising, but understanding is still low - 11:56

Nation's hip fracture rate could drop 25 percent with aggressive osteoporosis prevention - 11:56

Robot fish could monitor water quality - 08:07

Wolves, moose and biodiversity: An unexpected connection - 08:07

BMVIT Showcases the Austrian NANO Initiative. - 06:35

Cataract surgery helps AMD patients; steroid improves DME; online eye health forum - 01:42

U-M research shows chronically ill may be happier if they give up hope - 01:42

Ineffective monotherapies common in high-burden malarious countries - 01:42

Bacteria 'launch a shield' to resist attack - 01:42

Sunday the 1st of November 2009

Duke develops nano-scale drug delivery for chemotherapy - 13:35

An exquisite container - 13:35

Study spotlights efficacy of questionnaire to identify patients at high risk for lung cancer - 12:28

Science around fish oil benefits is more compelling now than ever. - 12:07

Intervals between lung cancer diagnosis and treatment displays a health care disparity - 01:35

Henry Ford Hospital study: A MRSA strain linked to high death rates - 01:35

Can charcoal fight heart disease in kidney patients? - 01:35

Switching immunosuppressants reduces cancer risk in kidney - 01:35

The cost of improving dialysis care - 01:35

Help your kidneys: Pass on salt and diet soda - 01:35

Saturday the 31st of October 2009

Kidney transplants generally safe for lupus patients - 21:28

For dialysis patients, skinny is dangerous - 21:28

Women with chronic kidney disease more likely than men to go undiagnosed - 21:28

Kidney transplants generally safe for lupus patients - 16:56

For dialysis patients, skinny is dangerous - 16:56

Women with chronic kidney disease more likely than men to go undiagnosed - 16:56