The Chesapeake Bay cleanup will miss a 2010 goal, a government official said, prompting environmentalists to say they wished the disclosure had come sooner.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission recovered $25 million as a settlement in its cases alleging deceptive advertising against marketers of four diet pills.
Patients "desperate for therapy" would be denied potential treatment if Britain outlaws human-animal embryos, scientists said.
Scientists have discovered a new species of bat that has large flat adhesive organs, or suckers, attached to its thumbs and hind feet.
If this winter seems warmer to you than normal, you are not mistaken. December 2006 was the warmest December on record in Concord, N.H., and concludes a year that was one of the warmest ever in the Granite State, according ...
A team of American and French scientists has developed a method to determine the influence of past volcanic eruptions on climate and the chemistry of the upper atmosphere, and significantly reduce uncertainty in models of ...
Two drugs used for Parkinson's disease increase the risk of heart-valve damage, studies said, prompting a U.S. official to call for a halt in their use.
Binge drinking may be more common in people experiencing major depression, especially women, a Canadian study said.
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