It's not easy to wrangle fifth graders from noisy school hallways to get their blood pressure checked. But with an age-adjusted death rate due to heart disease substantially above the national average, West Virginia has a ...
The US military's heavy dependence on fossil fuels is a dangerous vulnerability, officials said Wednesday as they made a fresh push to develop renewable energy solutions for the battlefield.
New research suggests that walking at least six miles per week may protect brain size and in turn, preserve memory in old age, according to a study published in the October 13, 2010, online issue of Neurology, the medical ...
A majority of Americans (58%) said they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports increased federal spending on job creation, in a national poll commissioned by Research!America. In addition, support for expanded ...
A firm that sells warranties for gadgets said Wednesday that Apple's latest generation smartphone is nearly twice as likely as its predecessor to crack in a accident.
(AP) -- Two years ago, the Android invasion began when T-Mobile released the first smart phone running Google's Android operating system, HTC's G1.
More than 5,300 charging stations will be installed in Michigan as the birthplace of the US auto industry prepares for the introduction of electric cars like the Chevrolet Volt, General Motors said.
(AP) -- Apple is inviting media to its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters for a Macintosh computer-related event on Oct. 20.
Facebook and Microsoft began personalizing Internet queries on Wednesday, letting people add the recommendations of friends at the social network to search results.
Facebook on Wednesday rejected as a "scam" a lawsuit filed by a New York man who claims he is entitled to 84 percent of the wildly successful social network.