March 25, 2014 (San Diego’s East County)-- Our Health and Science Highlights provide cutting edge news that could impact your health and our future.
- Can what you eat affect your mental health? (USA Today)
- Mom invents harness to help disabled kids walk (ABC News)
- Medical marijuana may ease some MS symptoms (CNN)
- Voracious root worms evolve to eat biotech corn engineered to kill it (Wired.com)
- Could earth’s infrared emissions be a new renewable energy source? (Gizmag)
- Why 500 Million U.S. Seafood Meals Get Dumped In The Sea (NPR)
- I Can't Believe What I'm Seeing: A Springtime (Froggy) Miracle (NPR)
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Can what you eat affect your mental health? (USA Today)
New research links diet and the mind.
An Israeli mom of a child with cerebral palsy has invented a walking harness that changes the way special-needs kids navigate the world.
Medical marijuana might be the most effective complementary or alternative medicine to provide relief of symptoms caused by multiple sclerosis (MS) according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) released Monday.
One of agricultural biotechnology’s great success stories may become a cautionary tale of how short-sighted mismanagement can squander the benefits of genetic modification.
Could it one day be possible to generate electricity from the loss of heat from Earth to outer space? A group of Harvard engineers believe so and have theorized something of a reverse photovoltaic cell to do just this.
Nine American fisheries together throw overboard as much as 340 million pounds of fish and other species they were not trying to catch, a report finds. Much of it is perfectly edible fish.
A few weeks ago, this little frog was frozen solid, hard like an ashtray, basically dead. And then, we don't know how, this amazing thing happened ...