Toyota on the sale of fuel cell autos in 2015 Traverse City – Toyota plans to sell fuel-cell vehicle in 2015, it would be a leader in technologies that is regarded as by most other automobiles about 10 years from ready for sale. Toyota keeps its schedule by selling fuel cell sedan … Read a [...]
A study conducted by the non-profit group Commonwealth Fund found that out of seven developed countries in the world, the United States was ranked seventh (last) overall in health care, while Australia was third.
A U.S. study has concluded that over 4 million injuries to children and adolescents were treated in ERs from 1997 to 2007 within the United States. An alarming number of traumatic brain injuries were reported, too.
A January 2012 published study from the United States shows that nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), such as nicotine patches, are no better than "going cold turkey" at preventing the relapse back to smoking after quitting.
According to 2010 research published in the journal Pediatrics, if mothers would breastfeed their babies for the first six months of life, then 911 lives would be saved in the United States and billions of dollars saved annually.