Type 2 Diabetes Cure Found Medical science may be onto a new breakthrough in the form of a type 2 diabetes cure. This is expected to take place via a gene mutation drug.
Mar 7 2014, 5:45am CST
Amish Family Chemo Stirs Up Controversy An Amish family with a Leukemia-afflicted daughter went into hiding to avoid the long arm of the law. Their daughter was being given chemo treatment against their will. The decision to forgo the allopathic treatment has stirred up a lot of controversy. The whole question revolves around the jurisdiction and scope of the law in private matters.
Jan 22 2014, 6:37am CST
America's Next Great Prescription Scientists have made a discovery that is proven to reduce premature death from heart attacks and stroke, lower the risk of diabetes and certain cancers, control blood pressure, prevent osteoporosis, and alleviate...
Jan 16 2014, 12:36pm CST
Wag The Dog Stock Investing The dog and tail people are at it again. DATs, I call them. These are the financial advisors who say, “Don’t let the tax tail wag the dog. Taxes should not be your primary reason for buying or selling something.”
Jan 10 2014, 3:31pm CST
Experts withdraw from Internet security conference Researchers skip computer security conference over reports of NSA collaboration on encryption
WASHINGTON (AP) — At least eight researchers or policy experts have withdrawn from an Internet security...
Jan 8 2014, 2:31pm CST
For Depression Treatment, Meditation Might Rival Medication On the list of ways in which meditation appears to benefit the brain, depression treatment may be the latest to gain scientific backing. A new review study, out yesterday in the Journal of the American Medical...
Jan 7 2014, 9:06am CST
7 Ways To Give Yourself An Annual Career Checkup How To Pick And Stick To Career Goals
You go to your doctor once a year for your annual checkup (or ought to), so why not do the same for your career?
A New Year’s review will reveal if you need to take steps to make...
Jan 6 2014, 2:16pm CST
Beware of "Story Stocks" Whatever you might think of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) you certainly can’t avoid it if you scan any financial news. Taking a look just at Yahoo Finance! (NASDAQ:YHOO) headlines, a new story about the iPhone behemoth comes out...
Jan 3 2014, 9:26am CST
Digital Health In 2014: The Imperative Of Connectivity Build it and they will come.
I sense that this may be a guiding principal to digital health. Build a sexy device or a cool app and the democratization of healthcare will magically appear. And while it might sometimes...
Jan 2 2014, 1:21pm CST
The Five Top "Fibs" Told By Sprint Management in 2012-13 We are in a new world now where its hard to believe what just about anybody says. ARoid says he never doped but then he admitted he did. Bill Clinton never smoked but then he did but then he never inhaled. Barack...
Dec 26 2013, 12:41pm CST
Cockroach Backpack App Controls Insects via iPhone A mobile phone-controlled cockroach backpack app controls insect movements, called Roboroach, has sparked controversy. The company that markets the bionic device says it teaches kids about neuroscience. But other agencies have accused the firm of animal cruelty.
Nov 11 2013, 2:31am CST
Testosterone Heart Risk is for Real Testosterone is the male anabolic hormone par excellence. It brings about masculinity in those who take it orally or in injection form. However, those undergoing testosterone therapy have a higher risk of death from heart attack and stroke.
Nov 6 2013, 6:57am CST
Bitstrips App: Cure or Curse? Facebook trends come and go like mayflies. One of the latest to hit the cyber-waves is the Bitstrips app. Whether it’s a cure for individual frustrations or a curse that won’t go away remains to be seen.
Oct 25 2013, 9:11am CDT
Inside Google's Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab Asking the right set of questions lead to an accurate answer. That is what Google and NASA is trying do at its Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab. Google's special team of experts have teamed up with NASA and quantum...
Oct 12 2013, 1:46am CDT
Sprite for Hangovers is Recommended Doctors recommend Sprite for hangovers. The other side of alcohol has had many so-called cures but this recent one beats them all hands down. However, according to the health authorities Sprite really works for hangovers.
Oct 10 2013, 4:04am CDT
Instagram Users Attacked by Smoothie Hacker Many users of the Instagram faced a hacker who posted pictures of smoothies and fruits on their accounts. They had been already assailed by this fellow in June. But he seems to be back again.
Jul 27 2013, 6:29am CDT
Computer Visionary and Mouse Inventor Douglas C. Engelbart Dies at 88 Douglas C. Engelbart was the visionary who created that handy device known as a computer mouse. The genius and inventor died at the ripe old age of 88. He will be long remembered in the annals of computer science as a man who was way ahead of his times.
Jul 4 2013, 4:10am CDT
Two Men Cured of HIV by Bone Marrow Transplants Recent developments on a cure for AIDS have been sparking hopes. Two men were cured of the disease by means of bone marrow transplants. The HIV virus failed to show up anywhere in their physiology after the transplants.
Jul 3 2013, 10:08am CDT
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