High blood levels of triglycerides have been associated with obesity, kidney disease, diabetes and high calorie consumption.
The law firm hired by the House of Representatives has withdrawn from its role as a defender of the Federal law banning gay marriage. King & Spalding of Atlanta announced on April 25 that it would no longer argue for the Constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) amid pressure from gay rights groups.
Although most election-related conversation has revolved around the 2012 Presidential race, a Massachusetts activist recently attracted some national attention to a key Senate race.
Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour has announced that he will not run for the GOP Presidential nomination in 2012. The news came as a surprise to some pundits, considering that Barbour has visited several key battleground States in recent weeks, including an appearance in New Hampshire on April 14.
The Supreme Court has denied a request to expedite the judicial process and review a Federal court decision that ruled President Barack Obama’s healthcare law unConstitutional.
A new poll of New Hampshire voters has revealed that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney holds a significant advantage over President Barack Obama.
Three different studies examined the health benefits of cherries, and all came out with results which indicate that the fruits may be one of the best food choices when it comes to preventing diseases.
Wildfires can create a nightmare scenario for property owners, especially Americans who run a ranch or farm. Not only does this phenomenon pose a life-threatening situation to humans, it can also ravage one’s crops and animal population.
While testing the effects of green tea in a model that simulated the gut and its digestion process researchers found that the compounds contained in the beverage helped protect healthy cells and prevented tumor growth.
Democratic efforts to raise taxes will likely face staunch opposition on Capitol Hill, especially on a key finance panel in the United States Senate.