Andrea Chandler went to her local pharmacy a few weeks ago hoping to get the opiates she needed to manage her chronic pain. Because of new regulations, however, she couldn’t get her medication and eventually
A pair of drugs for the skin condition may reach the market in 2017; they are potentially safer and more effective than current steroid creams or pills A new generation of treatments for severe eczema
By Joel Achenbach Joel Achenbach Reporter covering science and politics Email Bio When are we going to Mars? The aerospace giant Lockheed Martin’s answer is 2028 — but that date comes with an asterisk.
On Friday, President Obama will visit Hiroshima, Japan, becoming the only sitting U.S. president to visit the first city targeted in a nuclear attack. While the exact details of Obama’s trip have yet be
It's warming up outside and summer is here, which means it's time to have a backyard cookout with your closest friends and family. Hot dogs and burgers are a given, but what about BBQ chicken, shrimp salmon?
Former Delta Force officer says the elite military unit taught him you only have to be 70% certain before you act — here's
Over more than 20 years in United States Army special operations, first as a Ranger and then a Delta Force operator, Dalton Fury learned that effective leaders never wait for perfect certainty to act.
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Launched in 1999, the venerable 6.0-liter V-12 has served Aston Martin well for the past decade and a half. Its roots are in the Ford 3.0-liter Duratec V-6 of that era and, apart from marketing purposes,
Why isn’t the pulse jet used in military applications? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Tom
Georgia governor Nathan Deal said Tuesday he has vetoed a bill allowing concealed handguns on college campuses, rejecting the proposal that was easily approved by a legislature controlled by his own party
A groundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs. Indian specialist Dr Himanshu Bansal, working with Biotech companies Revita
Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug— something with "no accepted medical use" — means it is pretty tough to study. Yet numerous anecdotal reports as well as some studies have linked with
In a historic move, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency granted approval for a nonprofit to study marijuana's medical benefits on military veterans suffering from combat-related psychological disorders. Multidisciplinary
In San Francisco it's pretty much impossible to get a license to carry a gun, but that doesn't mean you can't find nearby classes that will teach you how to do so. Say you live in San Francisco, and you
Governments could be receiving an extra $167 billion annually if corporations paid Reagan-era tax rates. If corporations paid the same tax rate as they did under Ronald Reagan, governments in the U.S.