"She knew something was not right, she took the next steps and it made all the difference."
Scientists have predicted which years could be the most dangerous for worshippers.
Researchers looked at the relationship between the fat and compounds linked to diabetes and obesity.
Parents said being able to predict outbursts would be "priceless," the scientist behind the tech said.
Researchers developed a model to forecast measles rates in the state.
In the days since Francine Salazar's death over $17,000 has been donated to her family to pay for medical and funeral expenses.
Women in the town have been told to change their diets, and couples to sleep with axes under the marital beds to try to buck the trend.
Researchers monitored over 5,000 people who were born in the same week in 1946.
Scientists looked at data on millions of people to learn more about air pollution and mental health.
Vaccines protect children from infection, but also makes them less likely to spread diseases to vulnerable people.
"You don't ever see triplets being conceived naturally, let alone going 34 weeks without knowing," the mom said.
"Due to the deodorizing effect the probiotics have on the body, it may reduce the amount of time you need to wash your clothes," says designer Rosie Broadhead.
Electric toothbrushes, home whitening systems, and more to ensure your teeth stay healthy.
Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
Men looking for a natural alternative to Viagra are munching on lichen they find on the sidewalk. But botanists warn it's toxic.
According to an online poll of 2,000 men and women, 13 percent say they've worn the same pair for a week or more.
The disease is thought to be caused by a toxin present in the saliva of the ticks, which feed on human blood.
Swiss pharmaceutical company Hypo Pet announced the development of a new drug that makes cats less able to produce allergens.
Men and women completed number and language tasks for the study.
The researchers' conclusions are based on an 18-year study which involved over 7,000 subjects across six metropolitan areas in the United States.
David C. Fajgenbaum was diagnosed with Castleman disease in 2010 and failed to respond to the only approved drug.