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Analysis of 16 studies finds produce eaters reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease, but no appreciable association with reduced
GAO says chaotic planning and lax oversight contributed to cost increases as well as website delays and malfunctions.
Mihir Garimella, an incoming freshman at Fox Chapel Area High School, is one of 90 finalists in a global competition.
Woolly mammoth genes could allow Asian elephants to live in tundras, preserve permafrost, prevent extinction and counter climate change.
Without spiders, all of our crops would be consumed by pests.
Building and exploring ramps with your child is easy and provides a great opportunity for preschool engineering and problem solving.
What hatches out of a bird’s egg can be homely and helpless or capable and cute, depending on what kind of bird it is.
Regulators OK statewide emergency measure after call for voluntary reductions amid drought.
Nickel used in a San Diego boy‘s iPad caused a serious allergic rash, according to a report published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
Those breathless reports about the return of the polar vortex? A lot of hot air.
Census finds those with a bachelor‘s degree in so-called STEM fields are more likely to get work, but not in those occupations.
Crowdfunding is filling gaps for scientists who face declining grants from government, industry or foundations.
Designation requires extra scrutiny for any federal activities related to drilling or fisheries.
A University of Pittsburgh study has shown the benefit of weight loss in controlling menopause symptoms of hot flashes.
Fitwits is the latest for-profit corporation to emerge from Carnegie Mellon University.
As well as being considered a green fuel, methanol is potentially cheaper and more plentiful than diesel or LNG.
Bumblebees pollinate foods that honeybees cannot -- like tomatoes, chili peppers, squash, melons and blueberries.
The study by astronomers at Penn State and the University of Texas adds fuel to an intense debate that has raged for the last 10 years.
Nature editors cited “several critical errors” as they apologized for the publication.