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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is touting a new study that says Virginia's forestry and agriculture industries have grown by 30 percent since 2013. McAuliffe on Tuesday ...
July 18 (Reuters) - Second Sight Medical Products Inc : * Second Sight Medical Products - submitted application for IDE with FDA for approval to conduct early feasibility study of ...
World's plastic waste could bury Manhattan 2 miles deep
-News-Sentinel.com - Wed Jul 19 11:00:25 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON — A cradle-to-grave study of global plastics finds industry has made more than 9 billion tons of plastic since 1950. The research shows there's enough left over to bury ...
July 18 (Reuters) - Kitov Pharmaceuticals Holdings Ltd : * Kitov announces results of study demonstrating NT-219 enhanced efficacy of keytruda in immune-oncology preclinical model ...
9/11 survivors face higher risk of heart and lung problems
-Reuters - Mon Jul 17 20:10:26 EDT 2017
(Reuters Health) - Survivors of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001 - and first-responders who were on the scene that day - may ha...
Timing Is Everything with Heart Attacks
-MedlinePlus - Mon Jul 17 05:53:35 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, July 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Times of high stress -- Mondays and winter holidays -- seem to be especially hard on the heart, according to new research that suggests th...
WEDNESDAY, July 19, 2017 -- Proposed changes in Medicaid coverage could hit people with depression especially hard, a new study suggests. "These vulnerable populations are being hi...
IHOP offering 59-cent pancakes Tuesday
-mySanAntonio.com - Tue Jul 18 05:23:25 EDT 2017
Photo: Jacob Ford, AP According to a 2015 study, about 45 percent of Americans who choose to eat breakfast get their morning fix from a fast food joint. Whether you are a freq...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Descendants of hundreds of black men who were left untreated for syphilis during an infamous government study want a judge to give them any money remaining ...
Microbiologist Benjamin Wolfe looks at a sample of sourdough starter under the microscope. It's one of many samples submitted by home bakers from around the country and abroad as p...
Property Brothers share insights on homeownership
-USA Today - Mon Jul 17 14:58:48 EDT 2017
The Property Brothers, Jonathan, center left, and Drew Scott talk about mortgage financing and home remodeling during a news conference at Google in New York on Friday, July 14, 20...
A draft version of a Department of Energy study into the electric grid blames decreasing demand and low gas prices — but not renewable power or government regulations — f...
Working Too Much Might Tip Heart into Irregular Rhythm
-MedlinePlus - Mon Jul 17 05:53:35 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, July 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Working long hours might do more than exhaust you -- it could also raise your risk of a common and potentially dangerous heart rhythm diso...
It turns out those Tyrannosaurus Rex chase scenes in Jurassic Park may not be so realistic after all.  We hate to break it to you but: the famed dinosaur couldn't run, accordi...
P.S. In a previous story, we reported that a MileCards.com study found Newark Liberty International Airport to be the worst in the United States when it comes to flight delays this...
Leroy Hood knows a thing or two about disruptive technologies. One of biology’s living legends, the now 78-year-old scientist played an influential role in the development of the f...
A new study found that millennials are willing to bite the bullet and take out loans to compensate for increased tuition rates, but at the expense of purchasing their future assets...
Good news for QT syndrome patients
-Post Bulletin - Mon Jul 17 21:08:57 EDT 2017
Mayo Clinic researchers published a study Monday that offers new hope for patients suffering from long QT syndrome, a potentially-fatal heart rhythm condition. Sudden cardiac death...
The pile of data that suggests that artificial sweeteners are bad for you keeps getting larger. A recent study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that drinking one d...
Asthma Control Essential in Pregnancy, Study Suggests
-MedlinePlus - Mon Jul 17 05:53:35 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, July 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Children whose mothers had uncontrolled asthma during pregnancy are at increased risk of developing the disease at a young age, a new stud...
Late-night eating could be bad for your weight, study suggests
-tribLive - Wed Jul 19 14:00:25 EDT 2017
Updated 56 minutes ago A study on a new feeding system for lab mice found that the rodents' meal times might be a bigger factor in their weight loss than how much they eat. Mice wh...
Humans worldwide almost always lean right when kissing
-UPI - Mon Jul 17 08:06:29 EDT 2017
July 17 (UPI) -- A team of international psychologists and neuroscientists have found that humans may be hardwired to lean to the right when kissing their romantic partners. The st...
Big Baby, Heavier Kid?
-MedlinePlus - Tue Jul 18 08:11:34 EDT 2017
MONDAY, July 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Those chubby baby cheeks that everyone loves to squeeze may signal an increased risk for childhood obesity, a new study suggests. Research...
A recent study finds that college football game days is a cause for an increase in reports of rape. "We hypothesize that college football games increase rapes primarily becaus...
Artificial sweeteners that include aspartame and sucralose are increasingly being added to food and beverages around the world, from diet soft drinks to baked foods.   ( Joe R...
Tomato Health Benefits May Include Skin Cancer Prevention
-Metro.us - Tue Jul 18 14:02:38 EDT 2017
Go ahead, order that second Bloody Mary with an extra side of tomato juice: A new study conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University suggests that tomatoes can cut the ris...
Why aren’t the biggest animals the fastest?
-USA Today - Mon Jul 17 14:58:48 EDT 2017
We all know that cheetahs, which can run up to 75 mph, are the fastest land animal on Earth, but why is this? Why couldn’t elephants, for example, run faster? Scientists now think ...
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