The provision in the Inflation Reduction Act that allows Medicare to negotiate drug prices could save the U.S. billions, researchers estimate.
Peloton instructor Leanna Hainsby said she was diagnosed with breast cancer and has been privately undergoing treatment since August.
SUPERIOR, Ariz. — As Wendsler Nosie finished his evening prayers sitting before a mesquite fire, a ceremonial yucca staff festooned with eagle feathers by his side, he gazed sternly toward a distant mesa where mining companies hope to extract more than 1 billion tons of copper. That mine could help address climate change by helping the United States replace fossil fuels and combustion engines with renewable energy and electric cars. But to Nosie, a former chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe,
Science says 115-year-old María Branyas Morera has a point — toxic relationships can impact a person's mortality risk.
The man, 62, experienced a "deep and aching" pain in the front of his left groin and into his thigh and knee.
More than 250 eggs of one of the largest dinosaurs ever to walk the Earth have been found in 92 hatcheries in central India, according to a team of paleontologists that made the discovery.
NASA is planning to test the nuclear-powered rocket by 2027. If successful, It could allow humans to reach Mars in 45 days.
A comet is streaking back our way after 50,000 years. The dirty snowball last visited during Neanderthal times, according to NASA. Discovered less than a year ago, this harmless green comet already is visible in the northern night sky with binoculars and small telescopes, and possibly the naked eye in the darkest corners of the Northern Hemisphere.
A dermatologist said doctors still don't know the risks UV lamps used in gel manicures pose to long-term skin health and suggests taking precautions.
India will receive 12 cheetahs from South Africa next month that will join eight others it received from Namibia in September as part of an ambitious plan to reintroduce the cats in the country after 70 years. India plans to transport an additional 12 annually for the next eight to 10 years as part of an agreement signed by the two African countries, India’s Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change said Friday. Cheetah populations in most countries are declining.
Dietitian Nichola Ludlam-Raine shares five recipes for balanced, delicious smoothies that won't spike your blood sugar levels.
Chloe Etheridge said she didn't realize she had cancer symptoms: "I don't think young women know the symptoms of ovarian cancer."
Stigma against Chinese cuisine in the first year of the pandemic cost Asian restaurants in the United States an estimated $7.4 billion in lost revenue in 2020, a recent study found.
The 23-year-old patient said she had been using cannabis for several years, and that the only thing that soothed her nausea was a hot bath.
NASA marked the 20th anniversary of the space shuttle Columbia tragedy with somber ceremonies and remembrances during its annual tribute to fallen astronauts on Thursday. More than 100 people gathered under a gray sky at Kennedy Space Center to remember not only Columbia’s crew of seven, but the 18 other astronauts killed in the line of duty. NASA’s two shuttle accidents account for more than half of the names carved into the black granite of the Space Mirror Memorial; plane crashes are to blame for the rest.
The process turns dead bodies into fertilizer over 30 days. We asked Recompose, a composting funeral service, why it's better for the environment.
“Streaming is beginning to look an awful lot like the old-fashioned analogue TV it was supposed to replace.”
“Streaming isn’t going away … You’re still going to have a lot of choice for a long time.”
“In the future, [streaming] likely will cost more, have a little less library content and cancel more shows more quickly.”
“Streaming is still a game of content … It’s not a matter of who’s spending more, it’s who’s spending smartly.”
“Streamers are retreating from any sort of creative risk in favor of humdrum, lowest-common-denominator shows.”