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Latest report being released looking at the most important and exciting research in the treatment of cancer

January 2015 | Location: National | Category: Health, Science

The American Diabetes Association is continuing its efforts to Stop Diabetes by challenging Americans to live a healthier lifestyle

October 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science

What precautions are U.S. laboratories implementing to ensure the safety of the public and hospital staff?

October 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Consumer News, Environment, Health, Science

A new concept has been developed that shows how ALS patients could control their environment using their own brain waves

September 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science, Technology

There is help in the fight against a waterborne illness known as "Crypto" which strikes children and their caregivers this time of year

September 2014 | Location: Florida | Category: Consumer News, Environment, Health, Science

A look at the project and programs to restore America's coastline after the BP oil spill

September 2014 | Location: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Consumer News, Environment, Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal, Science

New findings on the amount of healthcare dollars saved thanks to braces, aritificial limbs, and other prosthetic devices

August 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Government/Public Affairs, Health, Science

Second annual Restoration Week highlights the economic benefits of restoring marine habitat to coastal communities and the projects underway

May 2014 | Location: National | Category: Environment, Science

MATHCOUNTS, the “national spelling bee for mathletes” - is answering the call

May 2014 | Location: National | Category: Business, Education, Science, Technology

More than 12,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year

January 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science

Cuts Go into Effect Jan. 1 and Stand to Significantly Impact Seniors and Healthcare Jobs

January 2014 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science

New research to help detect blood glucose levels in diabetics presented at the 2013 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting and Exposition

November 2013 | Location: National | Category: Health, Science

Using sophisticated spatial technologies 4-H puts thousands of young people on a mission to create maps and apps for the sixth annual 4-H National Youth Science Day

October 2013 | Location: National | Category: Education, Science, Technology

Joint Guideline Issued by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the College of American Pathologists (CAP)

October 2013 | Location: National | Category: Health, Science

Manufacturing Day is a growing grassroots movement of manufacturers dedicated to overcoming the shared challenges facing manufacturers today.

October 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Business, Consumer News, Entertainment, Finance, Science, Technology

The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has outlined a far-reaching strategy to save the nearly one billion people expected to die this century due to tobacco use

July 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Health, Science

Producida a lo largo de tres años, llega a Discovery en Español la serie “Norteamérica,” un evento televisivo sin precedentes que redescubre una de las regiones más diversas, feroces y espectaculares del planeta.

July 2013 | Location: National | Category: Education, Entertainment, Environment, Science

(Arlington, VA, Tuesday, June 4, 2013) - The Nature Conservancy is the leading marine restoration organization around the globe and is celebrating this restoration science in action, partnerships and volunteers by high

June 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Consumer News, Environment, Science

Approximately 38 million Americans over age 40 have glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration and cataracts and that number is expected to rise to 56 million by 2030.

May 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Health, Science

The U.S. is expected to add more than one million jobs that depend on skills in science, technology, engineering and math, so today's students need to be encouraged in these areas of study to be prepared for tomorrow's careers.

May 2013 | Location: National | Category: Education, Science, Technology

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