The number of people allergic to some sort of food is growing, but are you sure when you actually classify it as an allergy?
Thirty million people think so, but California researchers say only about 5 percent of adults and 10 percent of children actually have an allergy to food, and researchers say it's because the testing is not up to par.More >>
Nintendo's "Wii" technology is a proven fitness tool. Some tech-savvy bio engineering students aim to turn it into a lifesaver.More >> New study from the scientific journal, Nature says patients given the brain-training programs showed improvements in specific skills, but when performing closely related tasks, subjects showed no improvement.More >> Scientists say technology called "superconductivity" allows doctors to record fetal cardiac signals in a non-invasive way. It's technology that may help doctors and nurses recognize signs of stress and illness in unborn babies, sooner.More >> A new study finds people tend to buy healthier food for themselves, but buy more indulgent foods when shopping for others, like chocolate or sweets.More >>