Treatments tailored to a patient's genes The White House unveiled a "Precision Medicine Initiative" today — a $215 million investment that will go toward building a database containing genetic information
New tools are tilting health-care control from doctors to patients Over the past decade, smartphones have radically changed many aspects of our everyday lives, from banking to shopping to entertainment.
Rising prices in San Francisco will continue to push young hipsters out to Oakland. Queens will become the hot borough in New York City because of its affordable real estate and rich culinary scene. And
Alpine huts, chocolate crêpes, outdoor hot tubs and gallons of glühwein. These things probably spring to mind when you conjure up images of ski or snowboarding resorts. But what about active volcanoes,