When a person's under stress or injured, the adrenal gland releases cortisol to help restore the body's functions to normal. But the hormone's effects are many and varied, lowering the activity of the immune system, helping ...
Research led by Dartmouth scientists found that animals fed nutritious, high-quality food end up with much lower concentrations of toxic methylmercury in their tissues. The result suggests ways in which methylmercury—a ...
More than half of the 1.2 million lines of code for the real-time kernel technology have been moved into the mainline Linux kernel over the past year.
The rare sage-grouse is fighting for survival in Colorado, but because of a recent spurt in numbers the birds will not be listed as an endangered species.
A new survey finds that a good chunk of employees don't use their workplace-sponsored days off, squirreling them away for rainy days that never come.
A closer inspection of the records leads the USDA to cut the number of people whose personal data was exposed in latest incident to 38,700.
Analysts and company representatives at the Linux/Open Source on Wall Street conference discuss the obstacles in the way of mainstream adoption of mission-critical open-source applications.
CA is positioning its new software suite as the first example of the integration it promised 18 months ago when it outlined its enterprise IT management vision for customers.
Virtualization, both on the software and hardware side, took center stage at the Linux/Open Source on Wall Street conference.
Dell today announced that it is offering a 1.8-inch 32GB solid state drive (SSD) from SanDisk on Latitude D420 ultra-mobile and D620 ATG semi-rugged notebooks. The company is one the first to offer a flash-based drive as ...