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Alzheimer’s stemmed but not stopped, say experts

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, France | AFP – Soaring rates of population growth and ageing have long been seen as portending a

Self-driving cars coming sooner than you think: Lyft

WASHINGTON, | AFP | – The move to self-driving cars is coming faster than most people think, says the head of

Does arguing about politics turn young people off?

By Jessica T. Feezell

Even before this year’s contentious election cycle, political scientists have been wondering how citizens are affected by regular exposure

What College Students Should Learn About Money

by Nathaniel Sillin

As you prepare for a new year at college, managing your money may be the last thing on your mind.

Youth to the fore as Milan fashion week opens

70’s vibe with Bohemian romanticism seemed to be the focus

by Angus Mackinnon

MILAN, Italy (AFP) Milan fashion week kicked off

Can long naps cause diabetes?

PARIS, France | AFP – A study presented at a scientific congress Thursday reported a link between long naps and a higher risk

World must ready for global microcephaly ‘epidemic’: study

PARIS, France (AFP) – The world should prepare for a “global epidemic” of microcephaly, a condition which restricts head growth in foetuses, as

Prostate cancer options show little difference in survival

MIAMI (AFP) – Men with localized prostate cancer were unlikely to die in the 10 years after diagnosis regardless of whether they chose

Indian-American children recite poem at White House

WASHINGTON (PTI) : An Indian-American girl attracted a sizeable audience at the White House when she narrated a poem that shared her experience

BMW wheelchairs, high-tech bikes: life in the Paralympic fast lane

by Sebastian Smith RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil | AFP | Monday 9/11/2016 – A wheelchair made by BMW and a prototype bike so