Allergies acting up? These oft-overlooked items in your home can be a breeding ground for bacteria and allergens. A light dusting is dandy and going Marie Kondo on your closet makes you feel good, but
Coronavirus is more of a humanitarian story than a business story: Charles Payne In South Korea, Singapore and Iran, clusters of infections are leading to a jump in cases of the new viral illness outside
Two mornings a week, Arthur Jackson clears space on half of his cream-colored sofa. He sets out a few rolls of tape and some gauze, then waits for a knock on his front door. Brenda Mastricola is his visiting
Celebrities are talking more about their own mental health. It’s helping — even if it’s complicated.
There was no need for Lovato to explain the emotions behind that moment — the singer has talked for years about her battles with bipolar disorder, substance abuse and eating disorders. That honesty made
BOSTON (AP) — Did an artificial-intelligence system beat human doctors in warning the world of a severe coronavirus outbreak in China? In a narrow sense, yes. But what the humans lacked in sheer speed,
(CNN) — Older adults may have better success at losing weight if they do it with the help of intensive behavioral therapy from dietitians, a new study suggests. Intensive behavioral therapy for obesity,
There's a switch inside every cell in your body. Flip it on and you're in growth mode. Your cells start dividing — but in the process, they make a lot of junk like mis-folded proteins, which help create
Americans spend vast sums on health care. Certainly, health care is expensive all over the world, and it makes good sense for rich countries to spend large amounts to extend their citizens’ lives and reduce
The new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, that originated in Wuhan, China at the end of 2019 is poised to become a global pandemic. As of February 19th, more than 75,600 people around the world have contracted
A deep learning algorithm developed at MIT has discovered new antibiotics that can treat drug-resistant diseases by killing 35 powerful bacteria. The pathogens that the halicin antibiotic has targetted
(Reuters) - In the wee hours of Jan. 8, Tehran retaliated over the U.S. killing of Iran’s most powerful general by bombarding the al-Asad air base in Iraq. Among the 2,000 troops stationed there was U.S.