An AIDS foundation is directly targeting dating apps for aiding the spread of STDs with their new billboard campaign covering all of Los Angeles, and soon to be in other cities across the nation
Archives for September 2015
A new study shows promising results of aspirin use aiding the survival rate of cancer patients
A study shows a dramatic increase in heart attack risk from just one fizzy drink per day.
New data reveals terrifying increase in injuries and death related to televisions.
Scientists find seven new “microsnail” species, including the absurdly tiny Angustopila dominikae.
A woman was found locked in a shed behind a home in Los Angeles County. Covered with wounds both old and new, she appeared malnourished and frail. She could not speak English well.
Data from a NASA spacecraft has revealed that there is in fact water on Mars. The world of science is once again pondering: could there be life on the distant red planet?
The black-and-white photo shows a young nurse soothing a baby that is wrapped up tight.
The risk of New York City flooding is has increased dramatically
By the end of this century, El Nino and La Nina events will double in frequency and produce greater and greater levels of destruction, mostly in the southwestern Pacific.