Suicide Rate Rising Among US Workers, CDC Study Finds

Suicide rates are rising among U.S. workers, and the risk may depend partly on the types of jobs people do, government researchers suggest. From 2000

Radical Experimental Plane With No Moving Parts Wows Scientists

Some 115 years after the first powered flight, scientists have developed a radical new approach toward flying in the form of a small, lightweight and

SpaceX's Crew Rocket Set for January Test Flight

ORLANDO, FLA. —  The first flight of a SpaceX rocket tailored to fly astronauts to the International Space Station is set for liftoff from Kennedy

Millions Left Behind as Diabetes Drives Surge in Insulin Demand

LONDON —  A global diabetes epidemic is fueling record demand for insulin but tens of millions will not get the injections they need unless there

Scientists Work to Save Wild Puerto Rican Parrot After Maria

EL YUNQUE, PUERTO RICO —  Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of

Mars Getting 1st US Visitor in Years, a 3-Legged Geologist

CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA. —  Mars is about to get its first U.S. visitor in years: a three-legged, one-armed geologist to dig deep and listen for

Healthy Children Who Aren't Growing, May Not Make Enough Human Growth Hormone

WASHINGTON —  Most healthy children between the ages of four and 10 grow about five centimeters (two inches) a year. So, one family knew something

Finland Inspired to 'Rake America Great Again'

People in Finland are using social media to mock U.S. President Donald Trump’s suggestion that they “spend a lot of time raking” in forests in

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