Articles by Maggie Fox



4000 B.C. Wine Press Dug Up in Armenia

  • 13 January 11
  • Reuters
Archaeologists have unearthed the oldest winemaking facility ever found, using biochemical techniques to identify a dry red vintage made about 6,000 years ago in what is now southern Armenia.

U.S. Flu Vaccine Supply Halves

  • 07 October 04
  • Reuters
The company that makes nearly half the flu vaccine used in the United States said Tuesday it will not supply any vaccine for the coming flu season because of problems at its plant in Britain.

U.S. Scientists Develop Vaccine Against Ebola

  • 08 August 03
  • Reuters
U.S. government researchers said Wednesday that they had developed a vaccine that has been shown to protect monkeys against Ebola virus with a single dose -- offering a new way to stop an outbreak of the deadly disease.

AIDS Vaccine Sparks Debate

  • 25 February 03
  • Reuters
The first AIDS vaccine to be tested in people may offer more protection to blacks and Asians than to other groups, vaccine-maker VaxGen Inc. said Monday.

Scientist Tracks Surname To Find Distant Relatives

Therapists Welcome Gene Trial Suspension

Recovery From Breast Cancer Linked to Stress, Study Shows

Doctors Warn Of Research's Genocidal Implications

Developing World Faces Deadly Toll of Smoking

Internet Ends Isolation Of the Chronically Ill

New Science Could Bring Novel Cures

Britain Denies Stall in Ireland

Make Merry, It's Good for Your Health

Anderson Films Return to 'Den of Lions'

Drug Mix 'Controls' HIV

Study Shows Girls Age 9 Already Starting to Diet

Iraqis Free Hostages At London Airport

Britons Try to Quash 'Mad Sheep' Talk

Fatal Brain Disease Spurs Suit

Dunblane Buries Its Young Dead

Major, Blair Visit Victims of School Shooting

Shock, Despair Blanket Town Of Dunblane

New AIDS Treatment Hailed as Breakthrough

Analysts: Croatia Had Outside Help

Food Fight: Who Can You Believe?

U.K. Minister Holds Talks With Sinn Fein

Protestant Militants Vow to Fight Police