List by Month: 4-2010

Chocolate Could Help Those With Liver Problems

04.16.10 | FL News Team

A dose of chocolate could be beneficial for patients suffering liver problems...

Federal Judge Declares National Day Of Prayer Unconstitutional

04.16.10 | FL News Team

A federal judge has ruled that the National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional...

Pentagon's DARPA Wants Flying Car

04.16.10 | FL News Team

The Pentagon is in the market for a vehicle that can seat four comfortably, handle like an SUV and soar at an altitude of ten-thousand feet...

Group Says It Can Save States Billions In Medicaid Costs

04.16.10 | FL News Team

Insurance giant UnitedHealth says it has strategies that can help ease the financial burden of expanding Medicaid under the new health-care reform law....

Researchers Use New Techniques For Mapping Cancer Cells

04.15.10 | FL News Team

The team at Washington University in St. Louis, established new techniques for sequencing the entire genetic map of cells and that help them figure out the changes needed for cancer to spread and kill...

Twitter Tweets To Be Digitally Archived At Library Of Congress

04.15.10 | FL News Team

Every public tweet will be housed in digital format at the Library of Congress...

Stores, Restaurants Offer Tax Day Freebies

04.15.10 | FL News Team

Thursday is Tax Day, and that means many companies will once again be handing out free food and discounts to folks who've just finished paying Uncle Sam...

First-Quarter Foreclosures Hit Record Levels

04.15.10 | FL News Team

Foreclosure activity spiked seven-percent in the first quarter of 2010 compared to the last quarter of 2009...

Change is "On the Air"

04.14.10 | Cecil Van Houten

The Lord is doing some exciting things with FLN

Report: Nation Faces Doctor Shortage In 15 Years

04.14.10 | FL News Team

A medical association warns the U.S. faces a severe shortage of doctors because of the recently passed healthcare reform law..