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NASA Scientist Engineers High Heels to Maximize Comfort

Jun 26
America's emergency rooms saw more than 120,000 high-heel related injuries between 2002 and 2012, according to estimates. Thesis Couture CEO and former Silicon Valley executive Dolly Singh redesigns the high heel.

Cocaine Could Make You Susceptible to HIV, Says UCLA

By EDGE | Jun 26
New UCLA research offers further evidence that cocaine use disrupts the immune system, making one more likely to become infected with HIV.

New Condom Changes Colors When in Contact With STI

By EDGE | Jun 25
A group of UK schoolchildren revolutionized safe sex when they created a new condom that changes color when it comes into contact with a sexually transmitted infection.

Log Cabin Republicans Support Repeal of Tax on Cancer-Causing Indoor Tanning

By EDGE | Jun 25
Log Cabin Republicans would like everyone to have that John Boehner glow - tax free of course.

5 Things: Public Opinion Backs In Gov't Health Care Case

By Emily Swanson | Jun 25
Most Americans want the Supreme Court to side with the government when it decides whether the feds can continue subsidizing insurance premiums in all 50 states under President Barack Obama's health care law, according to polls in recent months.

Hipsters Beware: Skinny Jeans Could Cause Nerve Damage

Jun 25
New research claims skinny jeans can put the squeeze on your health. Australian experts reported that a woman couldn't walk after wearing a pair of tight denims all day. Should this be a major concern for everyone fashionable hipsters.

Doctors Propose Tool to Help Gauge the Value of Cancer Drugs

By Marilynn Marchione | Jun 24
The pushback against soaring cancer drug prices is gaining steam. A leading doctors group proposed a formula to help patients decide if a medicine is worth it - what it will cost them and how much good it is likely to do.

AIDS Monument Receives $500,000 Matching Gift from Cedars-Sinai

By EDGE | Jun 22
The Foundation for a National AIDS Monument, a non-profit organization building an HIV/AIDS Monument to memorialize, by name and likeness, those who died as a result of HIV/AIDS, today announced a $500,000 gift from Cedars-Sinai.

Curcumin and Boswellic Acids Prevent Colorectal Cancer

By EDGE | Jun 22
Colorectal cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer-associated mortality worldwide, but by using both curcumin and boswellic acids, the two amplify each other to fight it.

Is it Better for Families to Watch TV Together?

Jun 20
The average American home has three televisions and access to 189 channels. That's a stark difference from the '50s when only three networks ruled the airwaves -- the benefits of watching television as a family.

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