The sheer number of young people has yet to become an asset: only 2.3% of the Indian workforce has had formal training An illuminating and sometimes alarming book, Dreamers: How Young Indians Are Changing
There’s a plague over my house. I’m ill while I look after an ill child, and the last thing on my mind is the prettification of anything, least of all my face. But I do mind that everything feels sore,
Congratulations to Masha Gessen, Jesmyn Ward, Frank Bidart and Robyn Benway! Journalist Masha Gessen and novelist Jesmyn Ward were among the big winners Wednesday night as authors, publishers and literary
When it comes to stretching, there are a lot of options to choose from. But what are the best everyday stretches for anyone looking to avoid sore muscles, get more flexible, and protect his or her muscles
It wasn't long ago that there were no treatments for multiple sclerosis. In the 1970s, some doctors used chemotherapy to treat the degenerative neurological disease. Since then, more than a dozen drugs
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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Evelyn O’Flynn still has lung cancer. But after going straight on to a new immune system-boosting drug more than a year ago, rather than traditional hard-to-tolerate chemotherapy,
Forget about what will take home Hollywood's biggest prize—we have to watch all of them first. In case you hadn't noticed—or you're one of those rightly smug folk who live in a hot climate—the season changed.