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[03/22/2006] High Fluoride Levels Can Damage Teeth, Bones, Study Says
The high levels of fluoride that occur naturally in some drinking water can cause tooth and bone damage and should be reduced, the National Research Council said Wednesday. » More

[03/22/2006] High levels of radioactive material found in water under N.Y. nuclear plant
High levels of a radioactive material – nearly three times the amount permitted in drinking water – were found in groundwater near the Hudson River beneath a nuclear plant, the owner said Tuesday.\n » More

[03/20/2006] Video game therapy - a new frontier
Doctors pronounced Ethan Myers brain dead after a car accident dealt the 9-year-old a severe brain injury in 2002. After he miraculously awoke from a nearly month-long coma, doctors declared he would never again eat on his own, walk or talk. » More

[03/20/2006] Clinical testing under scrutiny after London drug calamity
With the discovery of so many powerful new genetic drugs, testing methods will have to be reviewed following the illness of six human guinea pigs including two in critical condition after a drug trial in London, specialists warn. » More

[03/14/2006] US Military Plans To Make Insect Cyborgs
Facing problems in its efforts to train insects or build robots that can mimic their flying abilities, the U.S. military now wants to develop \"insect cyborgs\" that can go where its soldiers cannot. » More

[03/09/2006] Microsoft Unveils Ultracompact Computer
After months of cryptic Web marketing and word-of-mouth hype over Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)\'s Project Origami, the company finally showed off the product: an ultracompact computer running Windows XP with a touchscreen and wireless connectivity. » More

[03/06/2006] Pesticides Found In Most US Rivers And Streams
Most of the nation\'s rivers and streams and the fish in them are contaminated with pesticides linked to cancer, birth defects and neurological disorders, but not at levels that can harm humans. » More

[03/03/2006] FCC Probes Caller-ID Fakers
If you\'ve ever used one of the half-dozen websites that allow you to control the phone number that appears on someone\'s caller ID display when you phone them, the U.S. government would like to know who you are. » More

[03/02/2006] Pentagon develops brain implants to turn sharks into military spies
Military scientists in the United States are developing a way of manipulating sharks by remote control to turn them into underwater spies or weapons. » More

[03/02/2006] Cancer chemical found in drinks
Traces of a cancer-causing chemical have been found in British soft drinks at eight times the level permitted in drinking water, BBC News has learned. » More

[03/02/2006] Anti-matter weapon systems million times more powerful than nukes
Defense scientists in many countries in the world are working on anti-matter weapon systems. These weapon systems are devastating. The level of destruction is unimaginable. » More

[03/02/2006] Senators back new broadband taxes
New broadband taxes may be on the horizon, if an influential senator and his like-minded colleagues get their way.\n » More

[02/27/2006] EPA OK’d plan to dump nerve agent into Delaware
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency won\'t oppose the U.S. Department of Defense and DuPont Co.\'s plan to dump a wastewater byproduct of a deadly nerve agent into the Delaware River. » More

[02/13/2006] Homeland Security wraps up first mock cyberattack
The government has ended its first large-scale mock cyberattack, aimed at gauging the nation\'s readiness to handle such threats, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday. » More

[02/07/2006] Scientists hail discovery of hundreds of new species in remote New Guinea
An astonishing mist-shrouded \"lost world\" of previously unknown and rare animals and plants high in the mountain rainforests of New Guinea has been uncovered by an international team of scientists. » More

[12/02/2005] \'Fossil fuel\' theory takes hit with NASA finding
NASA scientists are about to publish conclusive studies showing abundant methane of a non-biologic nature is found on Saturn\'s giant moon Titan » More

[12/01/2005] Alarm over dramatic weakening of Gulf Stream
The powerful ocean current that bathes Britain and northern Europe in warm waters from the tropics has weakened dramatically in recent years » More

[12/01/2005] Cell Tower \'Smog\' Can Affect Mood and Behavior
ELECTROMAGNETIC \"smog\" from mobile phone networks and whitegoods could affect mood and behaviour, a psychiatrist says. » More

[12/01/2005] Fifty babies a year are alive after abortion
A GOVERNMENT agency is launching an inquiry into doctors’ reports that up to 50 babies a year are born alive after botched National Health Service abortions. » More

[11/22/2005] Project Paperclip: Dark side of the Moon
Sixty years ago the US hired Nazi scientists to lead pioneering projects, such as the race to conquer space. These men provided the US with cutting-edge technology which still leads the way today, but at a cost. » More

[11/17/2005] \'Intersex\' Fish Found Off Calif. Coast
Scientists have discovered sexually altered fish off the Southern California coast, raising concerns that treated sewage discharged into the ocean contains chemicals that can affect an animal\'s reproductive system. » More

[11/04/2005] Big Troubles May Lurk in Super-Tiny Tech: Nanotechnology
\"Nanomania,\" one could call it -- the growing excitement and anxiety about\nsuper-small gadgets that might transform our world for better or worse. » More

[10/27/2005] Remote Control Device \'Controls\' Humans
We wield remote controls to turn things on and off, make them advance, make them halt. Ground-bound pilots use remotes to fly drone airplanes, soldiers to maneuver battlefield robots. » More

[10/25/2005] Brain implants could control blood pressure
Zapping the brain with an electrical current could one day control high blood pressure in people, a new study suggests. » More

[10/24/2005] Wilma Continues to Slam Florida
Hurricane Wilma plowed into southwest Florida early Monday with howling 125 mph winds and dashed across the state to the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, shattering windows, peeling away roofs and knocking out power to millions of people. At least one death in Florida was blamed on the storm. » More

[10/19/2005] Wilma Now Most Intense Atlantic Storm Ever
Wilma Grows Into Atlantic\'s Most Powerful Hurricane Ever Recorded; Drenches C. America, Mexico » More

[10/17/2005] Drug traces found in water pose problem for wildlife
Over the last two years, scientists working on the Potomac River have netted 111 smallmouth bass with bizarre sexual traits. The fish were males but had eggs growing inside their testes. » More

Sleep Deprivation Driving Drug Use and Cost: New Research Finds Increased Use of Prescription Sleeping Aids » More

[10/11/2005] Government presses health chiefs for more fluoridation of drinking water
The first significant attempt for more than 20 years to extend water fluoridation across England has been launched by the Government. » More

[09/12/2005] Meteor \'Outburst\' Expected Friday Morning
For as long as records exist, the Perseid meteor showers have always been strong. This summer\'s Perseid shower will be exceptional. The moon is mostly out of the way later in the night, and higher-than-normal activity rates are expected over the United States. » More

[08/14/2005] Monsanto files patent for new invention: the pig
It\'s official. Monsanto Corporation is out to own the world\'s food supply, the dangers of genetic engineering and reduced biodiversity notwithstanding, as they pig-headedly set about hog-tying farmers with their monopoly plans. » More

[08/14/2005] Stealing your neighbor\'s Net
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[08/14/2005] Genetic Contamination Spreads in \'GM-Free\' Australia
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[08/14/2005] A credible plan to take down the Internet
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[08/03/2005] The HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) Debacle and What It Says about Drug Safety in America
Since last summer, reports linking the hormones in Premarin and Prempro, the top-selling hormone replacement therapies (HRT) for menopausal symptoms, to increased risks of cancer, cardiac problems, strokes, pulmonary emboli, and dementia... » More

[08/03/2005] Top cloning experts gather in South Korea for clandestine test
Top cloning experts from Britain, South Korea and the United States working on ways to use stem cells to treat incurable diseases gathered here to kick-off a week-long secret experiment. » More

[07/31/2005] Gene Tied to Depression, Anxiety
New research suggests a variation on one gene can disrupt a mental circuit, making people more susceptible to depression and anxiety. The findings won\'t immediately lead to new treatments for mental illness, Weinberger noted. In fact, antidepressants already target some related circuitry in the brain. » More

[07/31/2005] Second U.S. case of mad cow possible
There appear to be more questions than answers after the Department of Agriculture\'s announcement Friday night that the USA might have its second case of mad cow disease. » More