A Canadian expert is suggesting scientists are missing a chance to see the big picture when it comes to medical images.
But currently medical image are used simply to diagnose or rule out a problem for an individual, then gather dust in the patient's file.
Moody says images could be studied for clues to drug efficacy or side-effects and other medical questions. (
A safety advocacy group is accusing
The group says it has obtained documents showing the government is controlling a so-called independent review of radiation from cellphones, cell towers and Wi-Fi. (
The influential group says smartphones and laptops should stay out of children's bedrooms.
And it says kids should spend no more than two hours daily on the Internet.
Unrestricted media use has been linked to violence, cyberbullying, school woes, obesity, lack of sleep and other problems. (
Pro-choice groups are cheering a federal judge's ruling that new abortion restrictions passed by the
Lawyers argued that the regulations did not protect women and would shut down a third of the abortion clinics in
The proposed restrictions were among the toughest in the country and were supposed to take effect today. (
Should sugary drinks be taxed like cigarettes?
A city official in
But he first has to get support from fellow supervisors and then it would go on next year's ballot. (
The U-S government is granting a six-week extension until
The move had been expected since the
Technical problems continue to trouble the website that's supposed to be the main enrolment vehicle for people who don't get health care at work. (
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