When Mary Efurd woke from her surgery, she couldn’t stand. Crippling pain shot through the 74-year-old’s body. It shouldn’t be like this. The surgery to fuse two of her vertebrae, performed in 2012 at
The Rosetta spacecraft has been trailing a comet for the last two and a half years, on a slow, spinning ride to it's ultimate destruction. But science thanks you, Rosetta. Video courtesy of ESA. Follow
No caffeine necessary When the dark winter months have you down, drinking this smoothie can be just the fix you need. It’s a quick energy booster for when you’re dragging, and since it’s packed with fruit,
(Reuters Health) - A new study suggests that men who eat lots of red meat are much more likely to have bowel problems, pain and nausea than their peers who stick mainly with chicken or fish. Individual
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The death earlier this year of Max Spiers, a British Ufologist, has continued to prompt intense speculation among conspiracy theorists, as an inquest in Kent this week heard he "vomited two litres of fluid"
Oil production could be cut this Wednesday for the first time since the financial crisis, as OPEC ministers meet in Vienna to try to deal with the crisis of over-supply in the sector. The powerful group
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A large space rock came fairly close to Earth on Sunday night. Astronomers knew it wasn't going to hit Earth, thanks in part to a new tool NASA is developing for detecting potentially dangerous asteroids.
Thirty-five countries are working together to build the world’s first large-scale nuclear fusion reactor—and if successful, their efforts could help humans harness the “ultimate green energy.” The reactor,