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February 01, 2015
Scientist considered father of birth control pill dies
January 31, 2015
Scientist Considered Father of Birth Control Pill Dies
Scientist considered father of birth control pill dies
AP Health News - 20:00
Drive to repeal medical device tax no slam dunk in Congress
Crash victim thanks donors whose blood saved his life
January 30, 2015
More measles cases found in California
AP Health News - 22:00
FDA Approves ADHD Drug to Treat Binge Eating
Regular Walking Can Help Ease Depression
White House: Science indicates parents should vaccinate kids
AP Health News - 16:00
Gravitational waves discovery now officially dead - 16:00
Is Pollution Weakening Polar Bears' Ability to Mate?
Milk does a body good? A look at the science
AP Health News - 14:00
Flu hospitalizations of elderly hit record high, CDC says
AP Health News - 14:00
Obama calls on Congress to fund 'precision medicine' studies
AP Health News - 14:00
When attacked, some scorpions discard their stinger—and their anus
ScienceNOW - 12:45
How the Fight Against Ebola Tested a Culture’s Traditions
EPA administrator at Vatican ahead of encyclical.
Obama proposes 'precision medicine' to end one-size-fits-all
Obama to seek $215 million for precision-medicine plan
U.S. proposes effort to analyze DNA from 1 million people
What does measles actually do?
ScienceNOW - 6:30
White House fleshes out Obama’s $215 million plan for precision medicine
ScienceNOW - 6:00
White House fleshes out Obama’s $215 million plan for precision medicine
ScienceNOW - 6:00
Obama gives East Room rollout to Precision Medicine Initiative
ScienceNOW - 4:15
Colorful corals protect the algae inside
ScienceNOW - 3:00
Invasive plants taking over the U.S.
ScienceNOW - 3:00
FDA Wants To Release Millions of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In Florida
January 29, 2015
Analysis of trial data revives flu-drug row - 22:00
Can Simple Water and Shade Save Nicaragua's Sugarcane Workers?
Poll Reveals Rift Between Scientists, Regular Folks
Some doctors won't see patients with anti-vaccine views
AP Health News - 17:00
Buzz Kill: 3 Daily Cocktails Boosts Stroke Risk
Buzz Kill: Three Daily Alcohol Drinks May Boost Stroke Risk
Could Drilling in the Atlantic Harm Fish, Whales, Turtles?
German police raid animal-research lab - 15:00
People can be identified through their credit-card transactions - 15:00
Survey finds US public still supports science - 15:00
NIH defends monkey experiments - 13:00
Your internal clock may determine how good you are at sports
ScienceNOW - 12:30
Work focusing on the health of humans and of rivers nets 2015 Japan Prizes
ScienceNOW - 11:45
Dinosaur no more: UK museum's Dippy to be retired in 2017
AP Science News - 11:00
Tamiflu helps, newest study in long-running debate says
ScienceNOW - 6:30
WHO: Ebola response shifts to ending epidemic
Myanmar tallies 1,114 bird species, 20 previously unrecorded
The money chase, 2016: A historian who oversees NIH’s budget looks to compromise and takes the long view
ScienceNOW - 3:45
Most of Hawaii's coral recover from mass bleaching
Obama precision medicine plan would create huge U.S. genetic biobank
ScienceNOW - 3:00
For the first time in years, the U.S. Senate voted on climate change. Did anybody win?
ScienceNOW - 2:45
Chicks see numbers like we do
ScienceNOW - 2:00
A famous Ebola patient who remained anonymous for 20 years
ScienceNOW - 2:00
Whales amplify sound with their skull bones
ScienceNOW - 2:00
January 28, 2015
'Toxic Aerosol': California Calls Vaping a Public Health Risk
E-Cig Stigma: California Declares Vaping a Public Health Risk
California Declares Vaping Public Health Risk
Mystery childhood paralysis stumps researchers - 21:00
Children Still Struggle With Mystery Paralysis
Scientists Discover How To Track Natural Errors In DNA Replication
Arizona monitoring hundreds for measles linked to Disneyland
AP Health News - 18:00
Study: Insurers may using drug costs to discriminate
AP Health News - 18:00
NIH defends monkey experiments     - 18:00
'Expensive' placebo beats 'cheap' one in Parkinson's disease: study
California declares electronic cigarettes a health threat
AP Health News - 16:00
Feds to Taxpayers: Did You Get Health Insurance?
Prehistoric skull a key 'piece of the puzzle' in story of humanity
Ancient Israeli skull may document migration from Africa
AP Science News - 14:00
Movement to Take Down Thousands of Dams Goes Mainstream
Seven days: 23–29 January 2015 - 14:00
Neanderthals gain human neighbour - 14:00
‘Gutsy’ university chief to take on China's pollution - 14:00
NIH-funded study uncovers range of molecular alterations in head and neck cancers, new potential drug targets
Molecular Clocks Scattered throughout Your Body (Not Just in the Brain) Keep Your Tissues Humming
Molecular Clocks throughout Body, Not Just Brain, Keep Tissues Humming
Not your average technician
Gather data to reveal true extent of doping in sport
Video: The sound of an iceberg being born
ScienceNOW - 5:15
Lonely starlings stare at strangers
ScienceNOW - 5:00
The money chase, 2016: New head of key House science spending panel likes limited government, unlimited exploration
ScienceNOW - 3:45
Humans and Neandertals likely interbred in Middle East
ScienceNOW - 1:00
January 27, 2015
US lawmakers seek to revamp biomedical research - 22:00
Obama administration on track to surpass health care goal
AP Health News - 18:00
Indiana wins federal OK for state-run Medicaid alternative
AP Health News - 18:00
Donors pledge record $7.5B for global vaccines program
AP Health News - 16:00
Soil-moisture probe readies for launch - 16:00
NIH launches tool to advance Down syndrome research
Obama acts alone on climate - 14:00
New Greek government raises hopes for science - 14:00
Droughts threaten high-altitude Himalayan forests - 14:00
Unconscious thought not so smart after all - 12:00
Shoveling Snow Raises the Risk of Heart Attacks
Fossils of oldest known snakes unearthed
ScienceNOW - 11:00
In Sierra Leone's Chaotic Capital, Ebola Found Fertile Ground
China dangles green cards to entice foreign science talent
ScienceNOW - 4:45
China dangles green cards to entice foreign science talent
ScienceNOW - 4:45
White House plans big 2016 budget ask to fight antibiotic resistance
ScienceNOW - 3:30
White House plans big 2016 budget ask to fight antibiotic resistance
ScienceNOW - 3:30
Ancient human jawbone surfaces off coast of Taiwan
ScienceNOW - 1:30
January 26, 2015
Canadian Infected With Deadly Strain of Bird Flu
'Lightning Striking Twice': Autism Genes Randomly Mutated, Study Finds
Autism Genes Randomly Mutated, Study Finds
Montana oil spill estimate lowered to 30,000 gallons
AP Science News - 16:00