Want a break from the world's news? Read about Whisky, a dog who not only loves her toys but has also learned to distinguish one from another.
Changing how we think about the relationship between hearing and health might inspire people to take precautions to prevent hearing loss and to treat it sooner.
Beijing has long undermined China's civil society, the network of nongovernmental civic groups and charities that are taken for granted in other countries. Now, as China battles the coronavirus, its people are paying the price.
“It’s like World War III,” said May Tang, an employee at the Kit Pharm Dispensary Ltd. in Hong Kong, where the memory of SARS has led to hoarding and anxiety.
The wildfires ravaging Australia are forcing the country to imagine an entirely new way of life. When summer is feared. When kids are kept indoors. When bird song and the rustle of marsupials in the bush give way to an eerie, smoky silence.
A federal appeals panel, including a Reagan appointee, found the Trump administration’s approval of Medicaid work rules was “arbitrary and capricious” because it failed to consider whether people would lose coverage.
Residents of some assisted-living facilities are charged more if their needs are greater. But the facilities aren't actually hiring enough staff members to provide that care, lawsuits in California have charged.
The outbreak of the virus, which began in Wuhan, China, has left tens of thousands sickened and more than 1,000 people dead. Officials have declared it a global health emergency.
Thousands of cities and states want pharma to pick up the tab for the opioid crisis. But here's why those expectations are almost certain to fall short.
You asked: What is the most universally disgusting smell to humans?" Randall Munroe of XKCD explains the answer.