Alzheimer's has been reversed in mice

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Time) Though all mice studies should be viewed with quelled excitement, a new Yale School of Medicine study shows that scientists were able to reverse Alzheimer's disease with more…

Down-syndrome surrogacy case gets worse

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Post) The already-complex saga of the infant twins carried by a Thai surrogate woman for an Australian family got even stranger after reports emerged that the father more…

Skeptics doubt Ebola virus exists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NPR) Many people in Sierra Leone still don't believe Ebola really exists. In response, Ebola awareness announcements are now playing repeatedly on the radio and on loudspeakers up more…

Nigeria confirms 5 new Ebola cases

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Agence France-Presse) Nigerian authorities on Wednesday reported five new confirmed cases of the deadly Ebola virus in Lagos, Agence France-Presse reported Wednesday, quoting Nigerian Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu. more…

Liberia declares state of emergency over Ebola

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Agence France-Presse) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf overnight Wednesday declared a state of emergency in Liberia due to the deadly Ebola outbreak, warning that extraordinary measures are needed "for more…

Meet the bots that knew Ebola was coming

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Time) A computer program run by epidemiologists in Boston had already alerted key agencies of the U.S. government about West Africa's Ebola outbreak four days before the World more…

Study: Skill-building for Peru's male sex workers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNS News) The federal government has awarded the University of California Los Angeles $193,989 in taxpayer funds to study skill-building as HIV prevention for male sex workers in more…