U.S. scientists say higher levels of carbon dioxide predicted for later this century might help reduce damage to some trees caused by ice storms.
University of Iowa sociologists suggest routine racial misidentification causes high levels of emotional distress and might lead to suicide.
A University of Michigan study indicates strokes will cost the United States $2.2 trillion by 2050 if prevention and treatment don't improve.
A German-led study shows the brain area that responds to the active chemical in marijuana also provides central "on-demand" protection against seizures.
A University of California-Berkeley-led study has found health disparities exist even between those with higher incomes.
NASA officials say they will hold two briefings next week concerning the current and next mission to the International Space Station.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a new freshman-level computer science program aimed at enticing women to become computer scientists.
U.S. scientists say proteins regulating brain-cell activity by controlling potassium ion flow behave more like volume controls than on-off switches.
Fixing a plate of animal crackers and a glass of milk for your little one to snack on while watching Dora the Explorer or Bob the Builder sounds harmless, doesn't it? After all, eating in front of the TV is part of our American ...
From car interiors to diapers – non-woven tissues are used every-where. Manufacturers are aiming to produce increasingly hard-wearing non-woven tissues from as little plastic as possible. A simulation model has been designed ...