Incomes for bottom 99% of American families increase

Incomes for bottom 99% of American families increase

According to data compiled by economist Emmanuel Saez, last year, incomes for the bottom 99% of American families increased 3.3% to $47,213, which is the biggest annual gain in the past 15 years.

Jack Carter dies of respiratory failure in Beverly Hills Sunday

Jack Carter dies of respiratory failure in Beverly Hills Sunday

Jack Carter, a comedian died on Sunday at his home in Beverly Hills, California, at the age of 93. A family spokesman, Jeff Sanderson, said that the cause of the death was a respiratory failure.

FDA faces Lawsuit from Health Groups over Gilead Hepatitis C Drug Trial Data

FDA faces Lawsuit from Health Groups over Gilead Hepatitis C Drug Trial Data

Two advocacy groups have sued the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to enable faster disclosure of clinical trial data that helped Gilead Sciences Inc get approval for two blockbuster hepatitis C dru

Vitae-Boehringer diabetes drug not successful as add-on therapy in trials

Vitae-Boehringer diabetes drug not successful as add-on therapy in trials

According to Vitae Pharmaceuticals Inc, its diabetes drug was not able to considerably reduce blood sugar levels of patients when it was used as an add-on therapy.

Study finds link between high Consumption of Citrus and Risk of Melanoma

Study finds link between high Consumption of Citrus and Risk of Melanoma

A new research paper published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology has unveiled about a link between high consumption of citrus and risk of melanoma, most dangerous form of skin cancer.

Rats Dream of Desired Future

Rats Dream of Desired Future

A recent study conducted by a team of researchers from the University College London revealed that when rats rest, their brains start making a journey to a desired future such as a tasty treat.

Scientists solve mystery of sky flash

Scientists solve mystery of sky flash

According to scientists, flash that appeared in the night sky was not a fireball or meteor; it was in fact a piece of space debris, which they called as something man-made that burned up in the atmosp

Now Governor to Take up Bill for Mandatory Vaccination in California Public Schools

Now Governor to Take up Bill for Mandatory Vaccination in California Public Scho

The SB277 might soon become a binding law. This Monday, the bill was passed by both the Senate and the Assembly with bipartisan support. Now, it heads for the Governor's final approval.