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The little padlock that that sits next to the web address of the site you just logged into — the one that’s meant to protect your privacy, your passwords, your online files — isn’t as secure as you thought. The New York Times...
Imagine working twenty hours a week at a part-time job for five years – and never getting paid. That’s the average amount of time volunteered by long-term health care caregivers as they help care for a friend, family member or...
Under proposed FDA guidelines, food companies would no longer be allowed to add sugar or other sweeteners to pure honey and still call it “honey”. Photo by Flickr user Beeyond the Hive Honey sitting on American supermarket shelves might...
In this handout photo from the United Nation Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, Yarmouk refugees in Syria gathered to wait for food aid in January 2014. Photo by UNRWA WASHINGTON — A threatened, but averted, American missile strike to punish...
When educators, parents and other community members joined in St. Louis’s Nine Network of Public Media town hall on improving the city’s schools, they talked about how to help more students graduate from high school with the skills they’ll need for...
Science Nation explores how bioengineering is helping Parkinson’s patients and uncovering the secrets of brain plasticity. Video courtesy Science Nation. For Parkinson’s sufferers, the connection between the brain and the body breaks down....