A Field Museum study published in "Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution" reveals a new take on the evolution of different malaria species and contributes to the ongoing search for the origins of malaria in humans
James "Red" Moore one of the last original Negro League Player calls "Time Out" (February 6, 2016) to leave the game of life after 99 years of living and opening many doors for all athletes whether black or white
You’ve given your workplace one final look, switched off the lights and locked all the office doors before heading home for a night’s rest. Little do you realize the destruction awaiting your business in the dead of night.
Don't tell Misty Copeland you can't go home again. She did just that, with the Misty Copeland Square Dedication and teaching a Master Ballet Class to benefit the Outreach Program of her home school, the San Pedro Ballet School. Tears of love flow
A touchy subject, to say the least, is having your guests at your wedding acting like they are paparazzi. Because wedding guests can be so outspoken about your preferences, but the concept of banning guest photos is becoming popular
Most parents are aware of or at least think they are aware of the signs of substance abuse The changes in behavior appearance friends academic performance all signs of possible drug and alcohol use right
It’s the holidays. And if you’re a member of America’s Singles Club — comprising more than half of all adults today — this time of year is code for “You’re sad and alone.” But that cultural stigma is fading. Some of us genuinely prefer to go solo in life, while many others actively seek that special someone