Reverse SAD - or Summer SAD - is a less common version of seasonal affective disorder many suffer in winter. After what feels like an eternity of a winter, the arrival of some warm and bright weather cheered
Theresa May’s unprecedented decision to deploy up to 5,000 armed troops at key strategic sites makes her the first Prime Minister to use a new plan for a show of force in the face of major terrorist threats.
Panama Papers reveal Ian Cameron hired Bahamas residents, including a part-time bishop, to keep offshore company exempt • Global reaction to Panama Papers leak - live • The $2bn offshore trail that leads
Fruits and veggies can get boring—and leave you hungry. Spice up your diet with these great, filling snacks. Trading your regular 3 PM king-size candy bar for an apple will probably help you lose weight.
This is "old-school" at its worst. Here’s a simple explanation for why so few women get funding in the tech industry from the predominantly male venture capitalists who dole out the cash: Some of these
Whether or not you’re a cooking enthusiast, we all have a go-to meal we can prepare with our eyes closed. Maybe it’s your grandma’s pasta recipe or a simple green salad with homemade dressing. Whatever
(CNN) — The World Health Organization declared a "public health emergency of international concern" Monday over the Zika virus and the health problems that doctors fear it is causing. The agency said emergency
Brazil is in the midst of the longest economic downturn since the 1930s, and the fear-inducing Zika virus is not helping matters. Brazil is considered "ground zero" for the Zika virus, which is transmitted
Internet Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has passed Charles and David Koch to become the sixth richest person on the planet, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. No, Zuck didn't win the Powerball.
Mid-market company executives remain optimistic about the year ahead, but confidence is waning, according to a new survey. The final quarter of 2015 was an inflection point for businesses and the economy,
(Corrects to make clear that Sibur’s overall capital expenditure was $1.4 billion in 2014, and that it arranged $3.3 billion financing from other institutions in addition to European banks) Kirill Shamalov,
Melissa Tandiwe Myambo, University of California, Los Angeles The real world is often overwhelmingly complicated. Literature can help. This is true at universities too: courses in comparative literature
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