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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles got their safety quickly.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — With the nation's only underground nuclear waste dump shuttered by a mysterious leak, Los Alamos National Laboratory has begun looking at alternatives for getting toxic waste off its campus.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration says it has approved a nerve-stimulating headband as the first medical device to prevent migraine headaches.
CHICAGO (AP) — These days, it's faster and cheaper than ever to decipher a person's entire DNA. But a preliminary study in 12 healthy people suggests that looking for disease risks that way may not be ready for the masses.
NEW YORK (AP) — Fifty years after Kitty Genovese was stabbed to death in New York City while her screams for help were seemingly ignored, the crime continues to fascinate.
NEW YORK (AP) — A new lawsuit has been filed by 1,500 Haitian plaintiffs against the United Nations over a cholera outbreak that has killed thousands in the Caribbean nation.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 11, 2014--The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, renowned for its annual Emmy® Awards, Hall of Fame and Academy Honors presentations which honor excellence in television throughout the year, has begun the countdown to its 70 th Anniversary celebration in 2016 today by announcing its “New Look – New Vision – New Destination” campaign. This overarching campaign includes a complete rebranding of the organization, a significant expansion of the endowment supporting the Academy’s philanthropic efforts, and a massive new construction project for its NoHo Arts District campus in the San Fernando Valley.
MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine's fugitive president has accused his country's new government of fomenting a civil war and criticized the West for supporting it.
UNDATED (AP) — Joint replacement is enjoying a boom, thanks, in part, to Baby Boomers.
(BPT) - At a certain age, kids stop listening to their parents on all topics except for one. Money.
BRADENTON, FL. - The president of Manatee Fruit Company wants to turn 1,600 acres of farmland into a new urban-type development in west Bradenton.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Depression is the most common mental health problem in the U.S., affecting about 17 million people. When you think of depression, you probably don’t think about children—especially preschool children. However, researchers are discovering new insights about this disorder in the very young.
Nicole Roundy loved the idea of three-track skiing.
A new nasal filter, about the size of a contact lens, has been shown to greatly reduce allergy symptoms in a preliminary study in Denmark.
A recent study shows people born unable to see can learn to perceive the shape of the human body through soundscapes that translate images into sound, according to researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Buyers are no longer making decisions the way they used to.
TOKYO (AP) — Japan says it won't change its 1993 apology over a system of forced prostitution for its military during World War II, but will continue to re-examine a 20-year-old study on which it was based.
The College Board is once again redesigning the format and scoring of the SAT college-entrance exam.
Some people fall for online scams, some people don't. A new study aims to answer the question, why?
(Family Features) Today's hectic lifestyles make it easy to neglect healthy eating habits, especially in the morning. Although breakfast is the most commonly skipped meal, it's important to get your day started right with a well-rounded helping of protein and nutrients - which you can find in the easiest of breakfasts, a bowl of cereal with one cup of skim milk.
(BPT) - Baby boomers often think of 50 as the new 40. This is especially true in 2014 as the last members of the think-young generation reach the half-century mark. Yet with an unprecedented life expectancy – 78.7 years – for the youngest of the boomers, it is more important than ever to incorporate healthy habits to keep your mind beautiful during the second half of life.
(BPT) - Many working adults begin using technology from the moment their alarm clocks go off. From checking emails on a tablet over morning coffee, to sending out social media posts from a smartphone before they get into the office, technology allows people to be efficient and stay connected anytime, anyplace. This same technology is now playing an important role for individuals seeking alternative learning environments to continue their educations or grow their careers.
PHOENIX (AP) — Astronaut Mark Kelly and his twin brother will help NASA study the effects of spaceflight on the human body.