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Progress toward a drug that would attack most viruses
Viruses are tricky for a host of reasons: There are many different types, so a drug that fights one may not fight another. They use our cells' own machinery to replicate, so often drugs that...
Second US Recession Could Be Worse Than First
Given the tumult of the Great Recession, this may be hard to believe, but the economy is much weaker than it was at the outset of the last recession in December 2007, with most major measures of economic health worse today than they were back then, r...
Ten Ways to Unleash the Writer Within
Often the real reason we hesitate is simply because we are afraid of the unknown. Here are ten steps that will demystify the creative process and help you get started on writing your first (or your next) book.
Mistakes in Scientific Studies Surge
Recent years have seen a steep rise in retractions of published scientific papers, signaling wasted research efforts and, in the case of medicine, ill-served patients.
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Top Chef Dreams: Are Cooking Schools a Rip-Off?
It's never been more popular to be a glamorous gourmet chef, but the high price of culinary school may leave some students with lots of debt and no dream job
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Simple lifestyle changes could help prevent Alzheimer's
A provocative new analysis identifies the biggest risk factors for Alzheimer's disease - and concludes that more than half of all cases are potentially preventable through simple lifestyle changes, such as exercising, quitting smoking and losing weig...
Should brine-injected meat be labeled?
If you buy brine-injected meat, you could be paying for a product that is composed 40 percent salt water.
Quick guide to the News Corp hacking scandal
Is Google Ruining Your Memory?
By now, you've probably heard about this smart study showing that Google is making you stupid, led by Betsy Sparrow at Columbia. The scientists demonstrate