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According to a new study, yoga may help practitioners eat more mindfully, preventing them from overeating and reducing the risk of obesity.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has slammed the White House and Congress for failing to ensure a permanent reauthorization of a program designed to prevent illegal immigrants from obtaining jobs in the U.S.
A group of 13 U.S. senators sent a letter to Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar complaining about the National Park Service’s (NPS) attempts to ban the use of traditional ammunition in parks that allow hunting.
Low levels of vitamin D have been associated with a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, but the strength of the link in diabetics has always puzzled scientists who are now beginning to understand some of the reasons behind it.
The Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba may not be closed after all if the slew of legislative measures proposed in several upcoming spending bills is passed.
In response to the alarm sounded by the World Health Organization, which estimates some 2 billion people around the world are iron-deficient, scientists in Switzerland have unveiled a new species of rice that has six times more iron than normal.
In a decision that is likely to please Democrats, the Congressional Budget Office has said the healthcare reform bill presented by the Senate Finance Committee will cost $829 billion over the next 10 years.
The devastating tsunami that hit Western Pacific Islands, including American Samoa earlier this week, killing at least 168 people, has brought the issue of preparedness and survival into focus once again.
Although the Senate Finance Committee rejected amendments to create a national government-run health insurance program earlier in the week, the Democrats were able to push through a provision for state-level public options on Thursday.
Democratic Senators Barbara Boxer of California and John Kerry of Massachusetts have unveiled a climate change bill which promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create new jobs.