HIV has reappeared in the blood of two Boston patients who scientists had hoped had been cured of their infections. This disappointing development, reported by The Boston Globe's Kay Lazar, is yet another
As August draws to a close, we thought we’d take a retrospective look at some of the more notable apps to hit our radar over the past month. From Android through iOS and onto the Web, here’s a quick snapshot
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Lisa Adams of L.A. Closet Design breaks down the how-to. Our search for well-formed closet inspiration began where much of our time is currently spent, ogling Instagram. There, we came upon Lisa Adams's
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Hell hath no fury like a virtual assistant scorned. Siri is pissed that you think you can call her Google Glass and get away with it, and she’s got the attitude to prove it. If you’re not afraid your voice-activated
There are structural differences in parts of the brain between people who have migraines and those who do not, according to a review by Danish researchers. The analysis of 20 separate studies, in the Neurology,