Ms. Stein used oral histories to sketch vivid accounts of Edie Sedgwick, Robert Kennedy and powerful families of Los Angeles. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
If all sedentary children started exercising every day, the United States could save $120 billion a year, a study found. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
Prodded by other companies, Perdue, one of America?s biggest poultry producers, is testing a new breed with a healthier life ? and a higher cost. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
Monday marked the first time a black woman has ever served as American University?s student government president. That same day, the bananas appeared read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
There is no epidemic of vitamin D deficiency, experts say, yet pointless testing and treatment are rampant. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
Representative Fred Upton of Michigan said he wants more money to protect people with pre-existing medical conditions endangered by the latest health read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
The testy exchange was at odds with the image of competence and message discipline White House officials have labored to show over the past week. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
?Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812? is among four diverse shows that will vie for best new musical. Bette Midler is the front-runner for her read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend
A new book details the cases of families that step outside the realm of established medicine because they feel they have no other choice. read more
Discuss | Trackback | Tell a friend