When researchers turned on a gene for the hormone in the livers of diabetic lab mice, the number of insulin-making cells in their pancreas glands tripled within 10 days. Although the research was conducted in animals, the scientists say the findings could be relevant for humans.
Public support for gay marriage has hit a new high as Americans increasingly see homosexuality not as a choice but as a way some people are, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
The poll shows that 58 percent of Americans now believe it should be legal for gay and lesbian couples to get married; 36 percent say it should be illegal. Public attitudes toward gay marriage are a mirror image of what they were a decade ago: in 2003, 37 percent favored gay nuptials, and 55 percent opposed them.Read full article >>
For aspiring as well as professional photographers, Instagram is a great app to use to showcase your latest photos. It wasn't too long ago that Instagram announced that they had hit a huge milestone, 100 million monthly active members. That means that now, more than ever, people are capturing real-time moments of the world we live in and then sharing these unique images with friends, family and even complete strangers.
Today, we take a look at six highly talented photographers whose photos of one particular city are far and above the most breathtaking and beautiful we've ever seen. To its stunning skyline to its iconic bridges and parks, New York City ranks as one of the most photographed places in the world, for good reason. These photographers do more than just highlight its best features, they make us fall in love with what many call "The City of Dreams" over and over again.