Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
A new study has sought to explain the exact mechanism behind the long known role of zinc in fighting infections and boosting the immune system.
A new report from the commander of the U.S. troops in Afghanistan may force President Obama to increase troops levels in Afghanistan for the second time this year, according to media speculation.
As there is growing evidence of the link between physical fitness and health at all stages of life, it may be welcome news that people can boost their exercise capacity by drinking beetroot extract.
A new draft of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009, which may give the President greater powers over the internet, appears to be causing as much controversy as the original proposal.
Many of his supporters and donors were disappointed when Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania switched aisles earlier this year, and now they may be eligible for a refund.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has long criticized the proposed House healthcare bill for its provisions to cover illegal immigrants, and its position has now been supported by a report from the Congressional Research Service (CRS).
New research suggests electro-acupuncture can benefit women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and lower the risk of metabolic disorders that often accompany the condition.
The San Francisco organization that led the unsuccessful campaign last year to defeat the state’s ban on same-sex marriage recently said it will put the measure to vote again in the 2012 election, angering both supporters and opponents of gay marriage.
A review of available scientific evidence has found that Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) may be able to treat the symptoms of endometriosis in patients undergoing treatment for the disorder.
In an effort to rally the flagging support for healthcare reform, and make it harder for Republicans to oppose it, Democratic lawmakers are planning to name the legislation that will be debated in Congress this fall after the late Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts.