Some University of Michigan researchers are taking a popular social media challenge to a whole new level.
Matt Damon pours toilet water over his head for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. But surprisingly, his explanation for it makes a lot of sense.
This might be a little biased, but once again Jordan has taken the number one spot over LeBron James — and he nominated the entire 1992 Dream Team.
Taylor Swift, who is known for her country music, is out with her latest song, and it’s all pop.
According to Dan Leach, Terry Foster, 97.1 The Ticket host challenged Leach to the Ice Bucket Challenge.
According to the ALS Association, that organization and its 38 chapters have received $4 million in donations between July 29 and Aug. 12.
For nearly two years, University of Michigan neurologist Eva Feldman, M.D., has led the nation’s first clinical trial of stem cell injections in patients with the deadly degenerative disease known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, often called ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
An amazing story of courage and determination has resulted in a new world record.
Three patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis will be permitted to receive a second dose of stem cells delivered directly to the spinal cord, in a clinical trial being led by the University of Michigan’s Eva Feldman, M.D.
Synthetic Biologics Inc. (NYSE Amex: SYN) Thursday announced the release of its investor relations mobile iPhone App, called the “SYN IR” App, now available for free at the Apple App Store on the iPhone or iPad or at http://bit.ly/I9xDpW.