A politician and former UN official has said that America’s "war on terror" contributed to an erosion of human and civil rights around the world.
In a move that may boost the quality assurance of dietary supplements, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a new reference material to improve the testing process.
With a struggling healthcare system and millions of uninsured citizens, unconventional medicine centers are seeing an influx of patients.
As stock markets sink following the signing of the economic stimulus package, precious metals are seeing the highest prices in many months.
Scientists have added another item to the long list of vitamin supplements’ benefits – they may also prevent noise-induced hearing damage.
As the stock market collapse eroded employee pension funds, a consultancy is predicting that the level of contributions will double in 2009.
The Federal Aviation Administration has announced that one of its computers was illegally accessed and employee identity information was stolen.
Green groups from around the world have sent a message to the new administration that it should support international efforts to regulate mercury emissions.
State senators are debating a ban on artificial food coloring which some say is linked to attention deficit disorder in children.
An organization which monitors health policies and advocates the freedom of choice in healthcare has issued a statement criticizing the stimulus package for allowing space for privacy breaches.