Uncensored bird flu research published

By Kyra Hall Ever since it was first transmitted to humans through contact with domesticated fowl, the bird flu has been at the center of a potential pandemic panic. The virus is not contagious among humans in nature, but a team of Dutch scientists at the Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands endeavored to determine […]

Why are women more likely to get depression?

By Christina Mitchell Many factors are accounted in a woman’s susceptibility for depression. Not only do genes and other biological factors account but genetically, if they have a family history, they would be at greater risk. Environment, chemicals and hormones play a role as well. The brain regulates mood and behavior, and it seems to […]

Bath Salts banned due to unanimous vote

By Amanda Shore Commissioners in Dade County, Miami have voted to unanimously ban the synthetic drug known as Bath Salts. The law isn’t final, and the final vote will occur on July 3, 2012. Police have seen a huge increase in those hospitalized from people high on Bath Salts. If the law is passed, people […]