Inspired by the popular television drama CSI, investigators in the Netherlands have trialed methods used by forensic scientists at crime scenes to highlight infection risks in their hospital. Researchers at Deventer Hospital ...
In the first study to assess mammography in women 80 and older, researchers found that having regular mammograms significantly decreases the risk of being diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer, but only about one-fifth ...
The residual herbicides commonly used in the production of corn and soybean are frequently detected in rivers, streams, and reservoirs at concentrations that exceed drinking water standards in areas where these crops are ...
Emergency rooms were closed at a number of Swedish hospitals Monday after nurses and other healthcare workers went out on strike.
Israeli researchers said an ancient beetle provides clues to how the Bible's Joseph the Dreamer was able to keep the people of Egypt from starving.
British researchers said it appears the number of birds that migrate to Europe from Africa every spring is in decline.
Tests of Chicago's drinking water turned up low levels of the bug repellent DEET, the Chicago Sun-Times said.
A Chinese research firm said China has surpassed the United States as the world's largest Internet market based on number of users.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the animal rights group based in Virginia, is offering a $1 million prize for meat produced in a laboratory.
In developing countries, two bacteria, pneumococcus and Hib, are the dominant causes of severe pneumonia in children.