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The problem could affect as much as 80% of the people in Africa by 2050.
By Cynthia Curl “Organic” is more than just a passing fad. Organic food sales totaled a record US$45.2 billion in 2017, making
Bears will consume 15,000 to 20,000 calories per day – or about 8 large cheese pizzas or 5 gallons of chocolate ice cream – before hibernation.
By Leora Yarboro and Elizabeth D. Krebs Heart disease is the top cause of death in the U.S. For some people with end-stage
These homeless people are blocked from social services when there are few parking spaces to leave their cars without risking tickets.
Whites used to put nails at the bottom of pools in Cincinnati and pour bleach and acid in pools with black bathers in St. Augustine, Florida.
By Jon-Patrick Allem Electronic cigarette use, or vaping, is unsafe for children, adolescents and young adults. Electronic
Also referred to as "summer learning loss," here are ideas for making summer education more effective and accessible to students.
By Russell Frank, Pennsylvania State University for The Conversation The lead story on The New York Times homepage provided
For decades, Brazil has worked to improve conditions in its poorest neighbourhoods: building roads, drainage, lighting, and
Bruno Buonaguidi, Università della Svizzera italiana If you are the owner of a credit or a debit card, there is a non-negligible
Gaëll Mainguy, Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI) The Open Source Drug Discovery project, launched in 2008 by
By Mark Bartholomew, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Ethics lawyers and historians have argued that
Moms pointed out how ridiculous the Times' story was. She missed the whole point. As the Huffington Post's Emily Peck reported
"If you do something to my body that I do not want," says physician/author Angelo Volandes, "it is assault and battery. But