A study published in PLoS Medicine this week finds that precursors of higher risk of diabetes in South Asian and African-Caribbean adults in the UK are increased in healthy children from these ethnic groups.
Finland's government on Tuesday outlined a plan to massively boost renewable energy production to meet European Union requirements on slashing greenhouse gas emissions.
(PhysOrg.com) -- When it comes to treating people suffering from eating disorders, Michelle Emmerling would like to see caregivers look beyond the physical issues. Emmerling, a PhD candidate in counselling psychology in the ...
(AP) -- Yahoo Inc. milked the recovering online advertising market and its new partnership with Microsoft Corp. to start the year with its best quarterly performance since hiring Carol Bartz to engineer a turnaround.
An Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist may have found a way to cut the amount of ammonia produced by cattle. To do it, he's using a key ingredient of the brewer's art: hops.
A decrease in breast density, or the proportion of fibroglandular tissue depicted on the mammogram image, over a number of years is associated with decreased risk of breast cancer, researchers from the Mayo Clinic campus ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists with Berkeley Lab?s Molecular Foundry have developed a nanowire-based imaging technique by which atomic force microscopy could be used to study biological cells and other soft materials in their ...
(AP) -- For all the worldwide chaos that Iceland's volcano has already created, it may just be the opening act.
(AP) -- The paparazzi may have moved on to Apple's sexy new iPad, but the iPhone is still Wall Street's darling.
Added sugars in processed foods and beverages may increase cardiovascular disease risk factors, according to a study by Emory University researchers.