Archive for April, 2012
In a story akin to “the mouse that roared,” a major report from the Swiss government has determined that the very small doses commonly used in homeopathic medicine are both effective and cost-effective.
After experiencing the traumatizing death of her daughter to kidney failure just three days after [she] was born, Sofia Gatica from Argentina became determined to find out what killed her daughter.
A proposal from the Obama administration to prevent children from doing farm chores has drawn plenty of criticism from rural-district members of Congress. But now it’s attracting barbs from farm kids themselves.
The out-of-control Transportation Security Administration is past patdowns at airports – now it’s checkpoints and roadblocks
When you go outside, do the birdssound happy or angry when they see you? New research has found that at least one group of birds, ravens, remembers prior interactions with people and varies calls based on those earlier experiences.
Monsanto, the massive biotechnology company being blamed for contributing to the dwindling bee population, has bought up one of the leading bee collapse research organizations
Authorities in Michigan say that the government-ordered eradication of pigs within the state is necessary to eliminate invasive species from farm to farm. Mark Baker says it’s all hogwash.