From that guy you avoid sitting next to in meetings to the inappropriate dresser to the chatterbox who always gives "TMI" - too much information - the office can be a challenging environment to work in.
As the 2016 presidential election looms close, take a look at where both presidential candidates fall on the issue of gun control. Donald Trump is a strong supporter of the 2nd amendment. "The politicians
Hundreds of pharmaceutical and medical device companies continue to pay doctors as promotional speakers and advisers after they've been disciplined for serious misconduct, according to an analysis by One
What motivates a bunch of white guys to go into the woods and practice military drills? "First of all, if your country is in a civil war, you stay there to fight," Lee Miracle told me at the kitchen table
US author and historian says allure of the taboo may explain why measures such as the 1994 assault weapon ban led to an explosion in popularity When Martin KA Morgan was a kid in the 1970s, military-style
Hawaii is considering enacting a law that authorizes local police to use an FBI database giving local police instant alerts when a gun owner or applicant on the island is arrested elsewhere in the country.
Throughout my life, my father would often remind me: “If you enrich your mind with meaningful knowledge each day, it will grow stronger – if you put it to the test, it will grow wiser.” Wisdom guides thinking,
U.S. news Citing a wave of accidental shootings of kids handling guns, Detroit's prosecutor on Wednesday announced criminal charges in two recent cases and called for a broader public health campaign get
Some humans may have left Africa over 100,000 years ago An analysis of the genome of a Siberian Neanderthal, published today in Nature, reveals for the first time that humans contributed DNA to the Neanderthal
By Justin Wm. Moyer Justin Wm. Moyer Reporter covering breaking news Email Bio Follow Not too long ago, putting online the nation’s wild, messy, unreliable system of medical records seemed like a worthy
Business around the world is increasingly earning the trust of the general population, and this is happening specifically because of the leadership shown by some companies in the area of sustainability.
(Reuters) - Zafgen Inc’s controversial obesity drug reduced the weight of overweight diabetic patients, the second trial success in as many months for the drug on which all tests have been halted since
GREENVILLE, S.C. — GOP presidential hopeful Ben Carson said he isn’t sure if he’s ever actually felt the need to own a gun, but he likes having one anyway. “I don’t know that I felt the need to have a
In 2003 a mysterious tiny species of hominin (early human) was discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores. It was given the scientific name Homo floresiensis, but it’s better known by its catchy nickname:
Many great leaders disagree when it comes to sleep--Bill Gates is known to get seven to nine hours each night, while Martha Stewart says she only gets four. But a recent study from McKinsey finds a link
Scientists have found no link between cannabis use and mental health problems in a study of 35,000 people Cannabis does not increase the risk of developing anxiety or depression, a new study has found.
A woman in Brazil who had cosmetic surgery ended up with not only a flatter stomach and larger breasts, she also developed kleptomania for a few weeks, a new case report reveals. A few days after being
For their sake–and everyone else's. This story is a follow-up to MarieClaire.com's special report Women and Guns: The Conflicted, Dangerous, and Empowering Truth. Stay tuned this week as we publish Women
A consortium of city and county prosecutors co-chaired by Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer on Wednesday called for changes to federal gun laws to prevent domestic abusers from possessing firearms. The