North Carolina man, 90, saves wife from burning home
Arthur and Rosemary Schneider have stuck by each other’s side for nearly 69 years—through World War II, when the couple began writing letters...
Spirituality may be tied to easier cancer course
Cancer patients who report more religiousness or spirituality may also experience fewer physical symptoms of cancer and treatment and more social...
‘Pac-Man’ bacteria eats nicotine before it reaches the brain, study finds
Between 80 and 90 of smokers try smoking cessation aids without success, but now researchers have discovered a promising solution: a bacterial...
Well: Many Older Women Don’t Need Vitamin D Supplements
Vitamin D supplements may be ineffective in improving bone density or bone strength in postmenopausal women, a clinical trial has found....
Young mother dies after undergoing butt-enhancing surgery
A 30-year-old mother of one has died after complications from surgery to put silicon padding into her backside, Central European News...
miR-7 Suppresses Stomach Cancer
Researchers reveal that the microRNA miR-7 suppresses stomach cancer by inhibiting a key signaling pathway, and that this protective mechanism is...
Work, Pedal, and Be Happy
By providing workers with a portable pedaling device, Lucas Carr, an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Human Physiology and...
3 brothers living with same rare, debilitating genetic disorder
Duchenne muscular dystrophy occurs in about one in 3,500 live male births worldwide, but one Australian family has three boys who have all been...
Picture of elderly couple reunited in hospital goes viral
The only time one Georgia couple has been apart— in 68 years of marriage— was when the husband was stationed in Korea.
Staring Down Cancer: Noreen travels
My wife, Noreen, is visiting one of her 5 sisters, Laura, in New York. This her second trip in five weeks. She and our son Mack went to Italy...
'Mega-giant' aneurysm removed from man's brain
An auto mechanic in Boston survived the removal of a rare "giant aneurysm" from his brain, according to a new report of the man's case
Even slightly preterm babies face risks
Infant death rates in the United States continue to decline, but babies born even just a few weeks early are at considerably higher risk for death...