Forget self-deportation: It appears the feds have stumbled across a case of secret self-outsourcing at New York University. On Monday, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara and the FBI announced charges against three NYU researchers who had been funded by the National Ins ... More >>
As the debate over medical marijuana continues in New York and the rest of the U.S., there's bound to be a lot of conflicting information out there.
Opponents of medical marijuana tend to argue that it is dangerous and has no therapeutic qualities. We're not medical experts, so we're not going to d ... More >>
An obesity campaign started by a hospital in Georgia called Strong4Life and featuring giant billboards with pictures of unsmiling overweight people has been deemed too harsh by several groups of activists, reported the BBC.
We've mentioned before that oral sex had become a leading cause of oral cancer among men. The evil virus known as HPV, or the human papillomavirus, which is the main cause of cervical cancer in women, is, according to the Daily News, now leading to "epidemic proportions" of oral cancer in the ... More >>
According to a new study, radiation from your cell phone does something to your brain. Or, more specifically, "cell-phone radiation waves increase activity in certain parts of the brain." But is this bad? Good? Can it lead to brain cancer? Should we talk less? No one is willing to go out on a ... More >>