April 2008 Headlines
Scientists studying human DNA have discovered two sequences that may help to forecast the risk of osteoporosis. The research may lead to a future treatment for the disease, which reduces bone density.
So who isn't overloaded? And the load takes a million forms: Consider a mother with a baby going grocery shopping - an hour later she can end up with a cranky baby and very few food items.
Ten years ago Lasik eye surgery became legal in the U.S. Now, former patients are now telling their stories to federal health officials.
Tuesday is Earth Day and Americans are seeing a growing emphasis on protecting the environment.
WASHINGTON -- As we come to yet another Earth Day (Tuesday, April 22) one of the main debates is whether global warming is a global catastrophe racing towards us, or a scare that may cost us trillions of dollars in unnecessary costs fighting it.
Scheduled for release on Friday, Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, will be one of next year's major box office releases.
Scientists say they have developed a technique that could be used to clone children.
Many of us have heard that eight glasses of water a day will do the body good, but new research questions whether we really need to drink that much.<