As I mentioned in my most recent column, I had a "cardiac incident" while camping with my 12-year-old son. It started as a burning in the center of my chest and a drenching cold sweat. At first, I told
While most people will observe the total solar eclipse from land, a NASA-funded team will have a much higher vantage point. NASA scientist Dr. C. Alex Young has spent more than 20 years studying the sun.
Your body can't reject what it doesn't detect. Organ transplants are frequently life-saving, but they remain a gamble when your body can reject the new organ well after the initial surgery. Yale researchers
Entire US will fall into shadow as eclipse passes, with darkest path, or ‘totality’, contained in 70-mile (113km) ribbon from Oregon to South Carolina The sun, moon and Earth will line up perfectly in