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Swift childhood cancer deaths more common than thought

Treatments for childhood cancers have improved to the point that 5-year survival rates are over 80 percent. 

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Short, white men more likely to go bald – study

PARIS, France (AFP) — You can add enhanced risk of premature balding to the list of illnesses and indignities faced by diminutive men

Rashmi Varma’s woven looks

Designer Rashmi Varma says her clothes are utilitarian yet elegant, with luxury in the crafting and details. Rashmi Varma, who worked

World marks women’s day with rights under attack

by Jessica LOPEZ PARÍS, France | AFP | – No self-congratulations but calls to action will mark many celebrations of the 40th International

Ageing cheerleaders offer glimpse of world’s longest-living women

by Hwang Sunghee SAMCHEOK, South Korea – Waving white pom poms in the air, dozens of grey-haired cheerleaders in matching red and white

Fewer teen suicide attempts in states with gay marriage: study

WASHINGTON, | AFP | US states that implemented same-sex marriage legislation prior to its legalization at the federal level saw a drop in

Spring Into Asia

Join us in welcoming spring by participating in come-and-go arts and crafts during the week of March 13-17! A different themed

SCOTUS defers to Trump on transgender student rights

by Alania Romain In a simple one-sentence order today, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of the Fourth Circuit Court

Is it possible to be healthy and obese?

by Ann Robinson Does stress make you fat, even if you don’t overeat? That is the question researchers from UCL have been trying

4 wounds we all walk around with

Revealing those painful but transformational moments we all have in common

by Becky Blades Wounds that heal, either slowly over a