* Vitamin cocktail found to extend youthfulness in mice: A complex mix of ingredients available in many drug stores was noted in a study to help keep miceMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 16, 2010View Source
* Vitamin cocktail found to extend youthfulness
A complex mix of ingredients available in many drug
stores was noted in a study to help keep mice
vigorous into old age.
* "Quantum chemistry" a new window into lives
Physicists have detected molecules still interacting
when they "should" be too cold to move.
* Challenge to dino-bird evolution theory not
A new study suggests birds descend from something
that lived in trees, not from ground-dwelling
reptiles, some researchers say.
* Child obesity: It's the TV food ads, not the TV,
Steer your kids toward programming without the
junk-food commercials, researchers suggest.
* How did religion evolve?:
Religion arose as a byproduct of pre-existing mental
capacities, two scientists conclude.
* Leap toward quantum computing reported:
Physicists say they have passed a major hurdle in a
quest to create a new kind of super-fast computer.
* Mystery rays probably from burst stars, scientists
The origins of high-energy particles that bombard
Earth from space have been a puzzle for almost a
* Physicists report creating hottest temperatures
ever in lab:
* Device might allow "spider-man" walk:
* Too much Internet linked to depression:
* Study maps acupuncture's effects on brain:
* White roofs may cool cities:
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