Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Lou Gehrig's disease and other brain disorders are among a growing list of maladies attributed to oxidative stress, the cell damage caused during metabolism when the oxygen in the body assumes ever ...
A technology research firm's new report predicts 6 percent annual growth in the Western European cellular market in the next five years, to $249 billion.
Three Japanese cable companies have tamed up to deliver on-demand programming to more than 600,000 subscribers.
Airspan Networks has developed a wireless communications system that blends WiFi and WiMax technologies for public-safety agencies.
U.S. and Canadian citizens are among the world's most patriotic, but a study suggests they are proud of their nations for differing reasons.
A U.S. study shows the use of a condom while having sex can reduce a woman's risk of acquiring the virus that causes cervical cancer by up to 70 percent.
A study of Scottish children says exercise programs at school do little to prevent childhood obesity.
A premature baby who weighed only 1 pound 8 ounces when he was born has gone home after seven months in a Liverpool hospital.