A report issued by the Government Accountability Office states that the majority of soldiers discharged from the military for misconduct from 2011...
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An outbreak of cholera has killed at least 115 people in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, after authorities declared a state of...
There is a more “complex emerging picture” of the cyber-attack that hit Britain’s National Health Service – and other parts of the...
Germany Will Fine Parents Who Don’t Get Their Kids Vaccinated
After 17 Years, Couple Welcomes Six New Babies
Fitness Trackers Don’t Count Calories Correctly
Shrooms Are The Safest Psychedelic Drug
WHO Elects First Director-General From Africa
Instagram Is The Worst For Mental Health, Survey Says
Scientists Find 50 New Intelligence Genes
Fruit Juice Does Nothing For Kids, Pediatricians Say
WHO Spends More On Travel Than On Fighting Diseases, Report Says
Ten Cases Of Botulism Caused By Nacho Cheese Sauce Reported In California
‘Doomsday’ Seed Vault Hit By Melting Ice Waters Safe, For Now
3D Printed Mouse Ovaries Could Soon Help With Infertility
Parasitic Infections Caused By Swimming Pools On The Rise
Cigarettes Will Now Come In Standard Packaging In The UK
Older Doctors Have Higher Patient Death Rates, Study Says
Trees Are Moving North And West In The US Due To Climate Change
Blood Tests May Report Inaccurate Lead Levels, FDA Warns
More Women Are Giving Birth At An Older Age
Report Says Most Troops Discharged For Misconduct Had PTSD, Other Brain Injuries
Online Abortion Services Prove Safe For Majority Of Women
There Are No ‘Happy Drunks’ Or ‘Mean Drunks,’ Study Says
Teen Dies From Drinking Too Much Caffeine
Yemen Calls For Help As Cholera Cases Pile Up