Taking Aspirin Could Be Doing More Harm Than Good

These results highlight how crucial it is to only take aspirin on your doctor’s orders and to hold off starting any over-the-counter medications like aspirin until you have discussed whether the expected benefit outweighs the risk. According to

Unlocking the Power of Our Emotional Memory To Cure Mental Health Disorders Like Depression and PTSD

It might be hard to believe, but this is a picture of a memory. In this image, the blue dots are positive memory cells, and the red dots are negative memory cells. Memories exist in the brain as networks of cells called engrams, and are stored


Elon Musk closes $44-billion Twitter deal, ending months-long saga

Elon Musk has completed his $44-billion acquisition of Twitter Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, putting the world’s richest man in charge of the struggling social network after six months of public and legal wrangling over the

Amazon shares plunge on forecast of sluggish holiday sales, shocking Wall Street, has projected the slowest holiday-quarter growth in the company’s history. The shares plunged about 13% in extended trading. The Seattle-based company, which reaped record profits during the pandemic, said


NFL trade deadline tracker 2022: Kadarius Toney, Robert Quinn among players moved

This is the time of year when NFL teams have a decision to make: Should they be buyers or

China Remains Top Threat in New National Defense Strategy

pentagon —  China remains the top challenge to U.S. national security interests, while Russia

China accused of using overseas bases to target dissidents

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — China has reportedly established dozens of “overseas police

UK says new PM Rishi Sunak won’t go to UN climate conference

LONDON — British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will not attend a major United Nations

N. Korea fires ballistic missile toward sea, Seoul says

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea fired a ballistic missile toward the sea on Friday,

US unemployment claims inched higher, but remain very low

WASHINGTON — Slightly more Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week as the

Elon Musk closes deal to acquire Twitter: Reports

Tesla CEO Elon Musk reportedly closed a deal to acquire Twitter on Thursday, ending a

Kansas City officer pleads guilty to assaulting Black teen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City, Missouri, police officer who kneed a Black 15-year-old

IRS hires 4,000 customer service workers ahead of tax season

WASHINGTON — The IRS said Thursday it has hired an additional 4,000 customer service

Uber drivers will make fewer left turns, be able to video record for safety

Uber drivers will take fewer left turns and soon be able to record rides through their

7-year-old boy killed by stray bullet in his Chicago home

A 7-year-old boy was getting ready for bed when he was fatally shot in his own home in Chicago

Biden doubles down on midterms message that Republicans would make economy worse

With less than two weeks until midterm Election Day, President Joe Biden is doubling down on

Former Philadelphia deputy accused of trafficking guns used in deadly school shooting

A former Philadelphia sheriff’s deputy allegedly illegally sold two firearms that were

Putin demands U.S. respect ‘multipolar’ world and tell Ukraine to seek peace

Russian President Vladimir Putin recited familiar grievances and criticisms of the hegemonic

Tuberculosis cases worldwide rise for the first time in years

The number of people infected with tuberculosis, including the kind resistant to drugs, rose

Got COVID? Your symptoms may depend on your vaccination status

The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is really beginning to fit in. Now that it is settling in

Big rocks slam into Mars, gouge craters, reveal subsurface features

Mars has a lot of craters. Now it has two new ones — gouged by rocks that slammed into the

Senate GOP report argues lab-leak theory is most likely origin of covid

Senate Republican staffers have produced a report laying out their argument that the “most

Column: Obscenely rich dialysis firms are spending millions to defeat Prop. 29’s tighter regulations

A good rule of thumb for assessing the value of a business is to look at how much its owners

U.S. stock indexes end mixed as Facebook parent company slumps

Wall Street delivered another mixed finish for stocks Thursday, as disappointing quarterly
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