The Essential Value of a Sound Snooze

WITH SUMMER GIVING WAY to fall and a return to school and work, our internal body clock start making its own adjustments to the shorter days, longer nights...

They pledge. Get hazed. The cycle continues

 Colin Schlank says he was in the backseat of a speeding car with a blindfold over his eyes. Music was blasting as the vehicle swerved from side...

The brain uses its ‘autocorrect’ feature to make out sounds

New research has zoomed in on the brain's speech recognition abilities, uncovering the mechanism through which the brain discerns between ambiguous sounds."Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde...

Eight ways to use coffee on the skin, scalp, and hair

Coffee is a source of nutrients and antioxidants that may benefit the skin, scalp, and hair. A person can use it to exfoliate, treat acne, increase blood...

These states have the most serious cases of West Nile virus this year

NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana and Mississippi are leading the nation in the number of people who have become the most seriously ill from West Nile virus this...

Rookie vegetarianism and the junk food trap

A variety of inspirations may spark a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle change, the most common being animal welfare, environmental welfare and personal health. But even if health...

How people and pets can stay safe around red tide

Florida's Gulf Coast is battling the worst red tide in more than 10 years, pushing Gov. Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency this week. But all over...

The numbers still show Medicare-for-All is pure fantasy

Last week, left-wing politicians, activists and columnists gleefully rejoiced that they had unlocked the easy path to single-payer health care in America: Just cut reimbursement payments to...

MTA officer contracts Legionnaires’ Disease

An MTA bridge and tunnel officer was stricken with Legionnaires’ Disease last week, according to his union. The 14-year veteran highway patrol officer went to the ER at...

Scientists Discover The Secret Weapon Of Stomach Viruses

Researchers have discovered why some stomach bugs hit us so hard — and spread so fast.New research published Wednesday in Cell Host & Microbe found that stomach infections, like norovirus...

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