Whenever any report has a "global" subject matter it's never long before there's a massive, global-size statistic, counting people by the millions and billions. News reports on global problems like to
A female Neanderthal who lived in what is now Croatia 52,000 years ago is revealing that our "caveman" relatives may have passed on genes that play roles in cholesterol levels, eating disorders, arthritis
Gluten-free diets are probably doing more harm than good to your body. Peter Green, the director of Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, explains the myth surrounding gluten-free diets. Following
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The Quartz guide to artificial intelligence: What is it, why is it important, and should we be afraid?
What is artificial intelligence? Why is it important? Why is everyone talking about it all of a sudden? If you skim online headlines, you’ll likely read about how AI is powering Amazon and Google’s virtual
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Cutting back on red meat is probably the best place to start, but eating the right types of veggies is important, too. People forego eating meat for a variety of reasons. Some do it in an attempt to eat