Tall people are better than short people at gauging how far away they are from objects in the middle distance, a new study reports.
New Jersey has suspended a dentist whose practice has been linked to more than a dozen infections that caused one death and required patients to undergo heart surgeries.
Hillary Clinton's campaign and its allies have hurled allegations that Team Trump is tangled up with the Kremlin -- but remain largely silent about the Russian links of Clinton's own campaign chairman, John Podesta, and the company he co-founded.
Women who continue to experience pain from childbirth one month after having a baby may be more likely to develop postpartum depression, a new study suggests.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday halted the sale of some antibacterial over-the-counter hand and body wash products, saying they were not more effective than plain soap and water in preventing illnesses and reducing the spread of infections.
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Hiring weakened across most major industries in August, cooling the sizzling job growth from earlier this summer.
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China intensified its checks on people and goods arriving from Singapore on Thursday, as an outbreak of the Zika virus in the small city-state was confirmed to have spread to at least one person in neighboring Malaysia.
The National Science Foundation is spending roughly half a million dollars to combat “online trolling.”
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The cloud communication specialist's first earnings report after its IPO impressed investors.