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Nerve cells in the nose may help in diagnosing those with schizophrenia according to new research. The finding could be revolutionary for treating schizophrenia, which presently can only be diagnosed through a mental evaluation. Read more»

Just in time for baby boomers entering their twilight years, scientists have found out how to reverse graying hair. Scientists discovered that going gray is due to a build up of hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicle. This causes the hair to bleach itself beginning from the inside outwards. Read more»

Pope Benedict XVI delivered his final "Angelus" public blessing to a cheering crowd in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City on Sunday. He told a crowd of about 100,000 that he was not abandoning the church and would enter a life of prayer. (with video) Read more»

Cuba's President Raul Castro.

His words on retirement came just hours after he was granted another five-year term by the National Assembly. Read more»

Researchers in the Netherlands found that microcirculation in the nasal mucosa of the animal draws in blood when cold to keep the nose warm during extreme temperatures. Read more»

Reports reveal that Nancy Lanza, the mother of the Sandy Hook shooter, taught her mentally ill son how to shoot.

Nancy Lanza, the mother of the Sandy Hook shooter, took her mentally ill son to gun ranges to learn to shoot. Read more»

Garment workers in Bangladesh

The more than 1,200 workers have been protesting their return for over a week, saying that the work stoppage has caused them to lose essential wages. Read more»

A new study says cancer is now the number one killer of Latinos in the United States.

A new study says cancer is now the number one killer of Latinos in the United States. Read more»

Curcumin, a component of curry, was found to cut the risk of type 2 diabetes in a new study. Read more»

Amelia Earhart, with (from left) Paul Mantz, Harry Manning and navigator Fred Noonan, in Oakland, Calif., on March 17, 1937.

Amelia Earhart lived with navigator Fred Noonan for days or longer on a Pacific island, ending the theory that she simply vanished, new evidence suggests. Read more»

A thundercloud over Seattle, Wash.

A new study said that pollution causes thunderclouds to spread and trap more heat from high in the atmosphere, and that heat drives temperatures up in the climate worsening global warming. Read more»

A mother with her child in a village in Malawi, 2005.

The charity group Save the Children released their annual best and worst places to be a mother ranking, with Norway coming in first and the African nation Niger coming in last — just after Afghanistan. Read more»