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A cure for blindness? Stem cells may hold the key

A 60-year-old is the first person in a test to see whether the foundational cells can help reverse a vision problem called macular degeneration. Early results should arrive in December.

By September 29, 2015


The Cheapskate's top Black Friday deals 2015

From the Cheapskate: On your marks, get set -- spend! These are my favorite deals, and not one of them requires a trip to a store.

By November 27, 2015


You'll never guess science's new best hangover cure

Technically Incorrect: A new study declares a fruity remedy for the alcohol-induced headache. It might not be one you'd imagine.

By August 6, 2015


The 404 Show 1,622: PrimeDay fails, fixing Reddit, color blindness cure

Today we rehash the Amazon PrimeDay disappointment, unpack the Reddit fiasco, uncover a cure to colorblindness and a whole lot more!

By July 17, 2015


Cure diseases and find alien life with your computer or phone

Your computer can link up with others around the world to solve life's mysteries.

By July 17, 2015


Google cures Chrome security flaws in fresh update

Tech giant highlights four vulnerabilities spotted by external researchers -- one with a $5000 bounty -- in notes on the latest update to its Web browser.

By June 23, 2015


In ancient Egypt, they wore their hangover cures

Recently translated ancient papyrus reveal the curious way that ancient Egyptians treated a hangover. It was also a potential fashion accessory.

By April 23, 2015


Rare Fallout 4 glitch leaves player without a head

After a skirmish with one of Fallout 4's bad guys, one player steps into the third person to discover he's missing an important body part.

By November 17, 2015


Best TVs to give (and receive) this holiday

A new big-screen television is the kind of gift they'll never forget. And if you don't quite get what you want this year, buying yourself a new TV could be the perfect cure. Here are our top picks.

9 Images By October 21, 2015


Mice discovery shows promise for 'rapid and robust hair growth' in bald humans

A serendipitous find leads Columbia University researchers to conclude that a drug applied directly to the skin could show real promise for broadly treating hair loss.

By October 26, 2015