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TUESDAY 22. JULY 2008


Rash Redux

Why chicken pox strikes some adults a second time -- as shingles -- and how to avoid the repeat


MONDAY 21. JULY 2008


The Global Credit Crisis

If politicians can't agree to renew credits for businesses that create renewable power, both the economy and the environment will...

Oxytocin: The Asocial Cure?

It's called the "love hormone," and now some manufacturers are selling it as a shyness remedy. But is oxytocin all it's cracked up to...


SATURDAY 19. JULY 2008



FRIDAY 18. JULY 2008


Genetic Variant Raises HIV Risk

Researchers discover a genetic variant found almost exclusively in people of African descent that may increase the chances of developing...

Gore's Bold Plan to Save the Planet

The global-warming guru says Americans must replace fossil-fuel power plants with renewable energy within 10 years. But can this "moral and spiritual challenge" be...


THURSDAY 17. JULY 2008


This Aquatic Life

It's just salt and water, but as much as any other wonder drug that came before, fluids are what keep us...


WEDNESDAY 16. JULY 2008



TUESDAY 15. JULY 2008


A New Clue in Predicting Earthquakes

By measuring the speed of travel of seismic waves on the San Andreas Fault, scientists discovered an intriguing pattern: the waves slowed dramatically in advance of...


SATURDAY 12. JULY 2008


Coral Reefs Face Extinction

One-third of reef-building coral are threatened with extinction, scientists say, making corals the Earth's most endangered...


FRIDAY 11. JULY 2008



THURSDAY 10. JULY 2008


New Clues to Autism's Cause

Research points to learning-related genes as a contributor to autism, and suggests that early intervention in children can help fix genetic...


WEDNESDAY 9. JULY 2008


More Midlife (and Older) STDs

As older generations lead increasingly active sex lives, research shows they may also be suffering from a rise in sexually transmitted...