Surgeons in Taiwan and the United States have restored vision to people with previously untreatable eye damage by transplanting tissue grown in the laboratory.
WASHINGTON - Most diets can help people lose weight, but only moderate-fat, high-carbohydrate regimens seem to keep the pounds off for good, according to the first comprehensive scientific review of popular diets by the federal government.
LEMOORE, Calif. - In the heart of the nation's most productive dairy region, Leslie Dunn is awake and tending to her 600 cows by 3:30 a.m.
Edward and Madeleine Landry's new house isn't in your neighborhood, but it may very well influence your house in the future.
...peak season to celebrate our anniversary," said Fox, who graduated with a degree in economics from the University of California at Davis. "For the next 20, 30, 50 years, there are going to be cheaper flights and cheaper hotels. We'll...
Tortured by poison ivy all summer and looking for some payback?
A week of escalating violence in Iraq, accompanied by growing numbers of U.S. casualties and gruesome images on television and in newspapers, threatens to erode public confidence in President Bush and redraw the political calculus of the impact of the war on terrorism in the presidential election.
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