Stress upsets the way body processes food: Study
CDC suggests measures to avoid falls, leading cause of injuryand death among elderly in US
All non-Africans today trace their ancestry to single population from Africa
Amgen’s Humira biosimilar gets FDA approval, but may take time to be in market
Scientists want to find more about Jupiter’s moon Europa

Since the time NASA has announced that it will make an important announcement about Jupiter’s moon Europa, interest level in the special moon has increased even more. Europa has always been a topic of search among scientists.

China officially launches world’s largest telescope FAST

Sunday witnessed the official opening of the world’s largest radio telescope known as Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST). The telescope has been named after its diameter, which is at 500 meters.

LED Lighting Comes Under Questioning after AMA Warning

LED Lighting has become popular in the recent years due to its high intensity and lower power consumption. However, a new warning by American Medical Association has indicated that LED Lighting could be responsible for disturbing sleep rhythms.

Cats sailed with Vikings during ancient sea voyages: study

Thousands of years before cats became one of the most common pets in U.S. households, they were hopping continents with ancient mariners, farmers and even Vikings, a new research revealed.

4A--26th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure attracts thousands

Thousands of people including, cancer survivors as well as their family members, friends and relatives, participated in the 26th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Saturday morning to raise awareness and funds to help battle the deadly disease.

Multistate E. coli outbreak sickens 7 Americans

A multistate outbreak of a strain of E. coli has sickened more than half a dozen people, sending five to the hospital, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) announced.