Triangular flapjacks banned for safety

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILYMAIL) — A school has banned triangular flapjacks on health and safety grounds after a pupil was hit in the eye by one during a lunch-time food fight. more…

Benghazi survivors hiding in a D.C. hospital?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FORBES) — For more than six months since the September 11, 2012 attacks on America’s diplomatic outposts in Benghazi, the Obama administration has been unwilling to turn over more…

Glove-compartment stash could save your life

by Creek Stewart -- All survival scenarios strike when people least expect them. Whether on a cruise vacation or taking a day hike through a scenic national park, you never know when more…

U.K. ponders '3-person embryos' to fight diseases

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (GUARDIAN) — The government is considering whether to propose legal changes that would allow radical new treatments for families at risk of incurable genetic diseases that involve the more…

Why you could be living longer, but you're not

by Lee Hieb, M.D. -- The crazy, upside-down world of medical regulation virtually guarantees that American doctors practice out-of-date medicine. The details are in my article, "Why Your Doctor is Out of Date," more…

Bill Gates: $1 million to invent better condom

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (SCIENCEWORLDREPORT) — Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates promises to offer a $100,000 of initial funding, with up to $1 million of possible continued funding through the Bill more…

CDC: Kids given solid food 'too early'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (MEDPAGETODAY) — Many mothers in the U.S. start infants on solid foods -- including peanut butter, meat, and french fries -- earlier than experts recommend, and half of more…

State weighs abortion-insurance mandate

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FOX NEWS) In 1970, Washington became the first -- and remains the only -- state in the country to legalize elective abortions by a popular vote. YOU READ more…