3DS could damage children's eyes, warns Nintendo

Nintendo is warning that children under six years old shouldn't use its upcoming 3DS in 3D mode.

Cops on steroids becoming a big problem

A badge, a gun, and a steroid-filled syringe. 

Mobile phones could lead to bad behavior in kids

Pregnant women who regularly use mobile phones may be more likely to have kids with behavioral problems, especially if those children start using a phone early themselves, new research shows.

Facebook causes asthma attacks

Ooh, we love a good health scare on TG Daily, and here's one to worry us all: the man who got asthma from Facebook.

ASU biologist: Anti-microbial products dangerous, don’t work

Thanks to the abundance of medical fear mongering in America, people are obsessed with killing microorganisms. Antimicrobial compounds are the weapons of choice, but a biologist at Arizona State University is saying they are unsafe and don’t work.

Discovery heralds cure for common cold

A cure for the common cold could finally be on the way, with the discovery that antibodies can fight viruses from within infected cells.

New genetic test predicts who will live to 100

A team says it's identified a group of genes that can predict exceptionally long life in humans with 77 percent accuracy.

Study aims to settle health concerns over long-term mobile use

A new long-term study is to investigate a possible link between the use of mobile phones and long-term health problems such as cancer.

Professor develops simple cancer test

A University of Missouri professor has developed a device that could test for some cancers as easily as a pregnancy test.