Today, the Bible is often invoked during public debates about immigration. Several specialists in biblical studies have spoken and written about what the text says on the topic.
Rural life and humor, with characters from the mind of Slim Randles.
If the enemy of your enemy is your friend, phages are certainly your friends. Phages control bacterial populations in nature, and clinicians are increasingly using them to treat bacterial infections that do not respond to antibiotics.
How do ants make climbing walls, ceilings and other surfaces look so easy?
Wyoming has among the highest job resignation rates in the country, according to a new report.
Grab some fresh eggplant and tomatoes from the market and serve this veggie casserole with dinner that is topped off with Parmesan cheese.
Imagine purchasing "up to" a gallon of milk for US$4.50, or paying for "up to" a full tank of gas. Most people would view such transactions as absurd. And yet, in the realm of broadband service, the use of "up to" speeds has become standard business practice.
People appear to be more willing to lie for personal gain when they use a laptop versus a smartphone.
(The Center Square) - Communities throughout the U.S. are experimenting with social programs that give a "guaranteed income" to some residents with few or no strings attached. An economics professor says universal income could be a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars if it replaces many of the more than 100 welfare programs already out there.
I have lowered my total cholesterol by 100 points to a healthy level, but I haven't lost weight. I've been trying to lose weight, but it has consistently stayed the same. Is this normal?
I was recently diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome, which may have something to do with it. Still, it's frustrating to do so well for my cholesterol and not see any changes.