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Sunday, 26 August 2007 19:50

Senior sex sizzles!

What is considered the most comprehensive sex survey ever performed in the United States with older Americans, researchers report that senior citizens are having sex—a…
U.S. researchers are developing a quick, reliable, and cheap way to test illegal drug use in communities across the United States by using wastewater from…
Monday, 20 August 2007 18:51

Pain relievers popping in popularity

AP reports that the five major pain relievers used in the United States rose 90% between 1997 and 2005, according to statistics from the U.S.…
An increasing number of cats are being diagnosed with thyroid diseases, and it is possibly linked to chemicals in flame retardant products in the house.…
U.S. researchers provided pre-school children with two meals from McDonald’s, one in its original McDonald’s wrapper and the other in a plain wrapper. The kids liked…
English researchers found a possible link between the eating habits of mothers-to-be and future eating habits of their children.
British researchers have found that pressures from handling emails throughout the work day cause stress and frustration with workers.
Thursday, 09 August 2007 19:48

Pain relief may come from former TB medication

Illinois researchers have discovered that chronic pain in rats can be reduced with an antibiotic called D-Cycloserine, which was used to treat tuberculosis in the…
Japanese researchers found that if you exercise, rest, and then exercise some more, you actually burn more stored fat in your body than if you…
Sunday, 05 August 2007 20:41

The multiple sclerosis and sunshine connection

California researchers find that more exposure to sunshine early in a person’s life relates to less risk from multiple sclerosis (MS) later in life.



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