Researchers from North Carolina State and Carnegie Mellon University, in collaboration with Disney Research, have developed a tracking system using low magnetic fields that can track a football in 3-D space.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects approximately 7.7 million adults in the United States, most of whom are military veterans. June is PTSD Awareness Month and various organizations are striving to teach the public more about the issue.
With the rise of technology apparently comes a potential rise in sexually transmitted infections. Researchers in the United States found that smartphone apps helping someone look for casual sex partners are likely to affect one's sexual health.
With global warming and climate change at the forefront of the international agenda, one would think NASA had already developed some sort of advanced measurement tool to track CO2 emissions across the globe.
We know teenagers can sometimes be up to no good, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can tell us exactly what they’re up to. Although smoking rates are down for the adolescents, many reported texting while driving.
Made In Space, a California-based startup, developed a 3D printer in cooperation with NASA and it will be sent to the International Space Station during the next commercial resupply mission in August.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Wednesday that more than 70 people in the US and Canada were infected with salmonella and E. coli found in a sprouted chia seeds as well as sprouted clover.
Shire, a global innovator in specialty biopharmaceuticals, announced today that they will conduct clinical trials using their amphetamine-based drug, Vyvanse, on preschool children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Scientists at the University of Southern Denmark believe they are closing in on the development of a new obesity drug that would alter one’s appetite-controlling hormones to control the regulate uptake of food.
Researchers at King’s College London found that people who develop cancer symptoms delay going to see their doctor by an average of three months, sometimes allowing the cancer to develop beyond the early stages.
The Chikungunya virus is an illness spread by mosquito bites and is typically characterized by fever and joint pain. As of June 4, a total of 17 Caribbean countries have reported cases of the virus, and now the United States has confirmed cases.
At 11:25 a.m. on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, the Great Lakes were officially declared ice-free after seven months of frozen conditions on the waters. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported the news today.