CES is just a week away, but if manufacturers keep going at their current pace of announcements, they're going to have nothing new to reveal on the show floor. The latest is the CH711 monitor from Samsung,
Using gold nanoparticles and AI, a device correctly diagnosed 86 percent of patients. Ancient Greek physicians figured that our breath was a strong health indicator, but researchers from the Israel Institute
If you want to put something personalized on your gift list this year, there are more options than mugs printed with family photos. How about custom make-whatever-you-can-imagine, through 3D printing?
Martin Scorsese’s film keenly understands Shūsaku Endō’s novel and challenges believer and nonbeliever alike. Shūsaku Endō’s novel Silence (first published in Japanese in 1966 as Chinmoku, then translated
My patient and I both knew he was dying. Not the long kind of dying that stretches on for months or years. He would die today. Maybe tomorrow. And if not tomorrow, the next day. Was there someone I should
Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) both have plans that would lower the corporate tax rate from 35% (where it has been sitting since John F Kennedy was president) to 15% (Trump's plan) or 20% (Ryan's).
Yes, you can get your Zen on while getting miles in. Here are nine tips for making your next run extra-serene. I’m running down Kelly Drive in Philadelphia on an unseasonably warm fall day, my purple softly
Lamu, Kenya (CNN) — The eastern coast of Kenya is riddled with danger. Once a sought-after tourist destination, today people are being warned to stay away because of threats by Islamist terror group Al-Shabaab.
Hanukah, the Jewish festival of lights, is an annual reminder of abundance. For eight days in early winter, families and friends gather around a menorah each night to light candles and chant blessings
The home to which Philip Hammond donated money in the autumn statement is the UK’s largest private house It was one of the few surprises in Philip Hammond’s autumn statement: a £7.6m pledge to save what
Caves and tunnels have always been part of human life. We've grown more adept at shaping these underground shelters and passages over the millennia, and today we dig for hundreds of reasons. We excavate