On the follow-up to the 2014 album â€œSongs of Innocence,â€ the band sets out to counter the despair of 2017 with love and optimism. [Source]
On the first anniversary of the Womenâ€™s March, thousands gathered in major metropolitan areas and small towns around the globe. From Cheyenne, Wyo., to Pikeville, Ky., to Washington to Rome, people marched for womenâ€™s rights on Saturday. Eight photographers went to rallies for The New York Times and asked marchers what their hopes were for 2018.
(Reuters Health) - - For cancer survivors, three seasons of home vegetable gardening may increase physical activity, fruits and vegetables in the diet and also enhance feelings of self-worth, researchers say.
The e-commerce giant announced a short list of places that could become home to its second headquarters. The process has garnered the kind of enthusiasm normally reserved for bids to host the Olympics.
(Reuters Health) - - Most U.S. states donâ€™t require that children be screened for health conditions that can affect learning, according to new research supported by the Childrenâ€™s Health Fund (CHF).
(Reuters Health) - Young adults can remain on their parentsâ€™ health insurance policies until they turn 26, but when they use it for counseling, pregnancy tests, addiction treatment or anything else, insurers frequently notify their parents.