Tagatose, which looks like sugar but has fewer calories, is already approved for use in some items like toothpaste and pharmaceuticals. But now, new research indicates it may be more valuable at the blood bank.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine is exploring the use of tagatose, which is actually a sugar derived from some dairy products. And they've found that early tests show tagatose helps increase the shelf life of hemoglobin and blood products.
The indictment of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on felony invasion of privacy charges could have political implications beyond his office.
The International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation says it isn't commenting yet on an alleged anti-doping rule violation by Russian women's bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva.
Afghan official says at least three security personnel have been killed in separate suicide bombing attacks in southern Helmand province.