A study led by researchers at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) and Harvard Medical School has identified seven genetic risk factors—DNA sequences carried by some people but not ...
The months leading up to the opening of the H-1B filing season has been more dramatic than ever this year, due in part to the speedy exhaustion of visa supply last year, setting a new record.
With the long-awaited Apple TV home entertainment adapter, consumers can see for themselves whether Apple's iPod magic can extend into the living room.
Inherent gender differences – instead of more sun exposure – may be one reason why men are three times more likely than women to develop certain kinds of skin cancer, say researchers at Ohio State University Medical Center.
A federal judge put the brakes on the Bush administration's plans to loosen rules governing the U.S. National Forest system.