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One of the tools that teachers use to get children excited about science — hands-on science kits — faces an uncertain future amid a debate on safety.
The expense of caring for veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is an unfunded budget liability for U.S. taxpayers that in years to come will rival the cost of entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare, lawmakers will be told Thursday.
When will Obama administration officials realize that the more they talk about the health care law, the more people hate it? Six months after the passage of President Obama's 2,500-page health care law, the sales hype to help this monster gain popularity has come to sound increasingly like the pitch from a car salesman confronted with the truth that he's sold someone a lemon.
Women who regularly work up a sweat exercising have a 30 percent lower risk of developing endometrial cancer, a new study says.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the nation's most ubiquitous regulatory agency, increasingly has become not only excessively regulatory but also highly unpredictable and arbitrary - a triple whammy for companies that must gain government approval before marketing new drugs. Twice within the past few months, the FDA has backtracked on dubious, brash decisions, leading to confusion and a general lack of confidence in regulators.
Missouri cornerback Munir Prince is finished with football after a preseason injury that could cause severe harm if he continues playing.
Cancer is a tale of two sets of genetic code, your own and your tumor's _ and tracing the unique areas of damage makes for a way to target treatment.
Dear Sgt Shaft: Is burning of U.S. flags now still appropriate? I heard that because of the chemicals used in the manufacture of flags, it was no longer the acceptable method.
Just over half of HIV-infected pregnant women in poor countries received crucial AIDS drugs to protect their unborn children last year, the World Health Organization reported Tuesday _ one of a list of improvements in the global fight against HIV.