Review: 'Dopesick' Depicts the Opioid Crisis From All Sides
A Hulu mini-series traces the story of OxyContin from the offices of Purdue Pharma to the examining room of an Appalachian doctor (played by Michael Keaton).
Father of Pakistan's nuclear programme' Abdul Qadeer Khan dies
Pakistani atomic scientist died after being transferred to the hospital with lung problems.
Abdul Qadeer Khan, revered as the father of Pakistan's nuclear programme, has died at 85.
FDA Authorizes AI Software Designed to Help Spot Prostate Cancer
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week authorized the use of the first artificial intelligence (AI) tool designed to help diagnose prostate cancer.
A New Vision Emerges at Sightglass Hollywood, 18 Months Into the Pandemic
Popular all-day option Sightglass in Hollywood is readying for a whole new chapter, though from the outside it may seem like a return to early 2020 form.
Bennie Pete, Bandleader Who Kept the Beat After Katrina, Dies at 45
A tuba player and the leader of the Hot 8, one of New Orleans's high-profile brass bands, he brought music to his fellow citizens in the difficult days after the storm.
Savage Love: Hands On
I'm a 35-year-old straight woman living in the Midwest. I was seeing a massage therapist for three years and we became very close friends. I referred my friends to him and helped him grow his business.
Admix Launches Movember In-Play Ad Campaign for Mobile Gamers
In-Play ads featuring Movember's iconic 'moustache' branding will be placed natively within mobile games across a variety of genres played by the charity's target audience of men aged between 20 and 39.
Tributes paid to former Man Utd director
Tributes have been paid to former Manchester United director and British Swimming chairman Maurice Watkins, who has died at the age of 79.
Mountain View-based smell sensor startup Aromyx lands $10M Series A funding - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Aromyx Corp. CEO Josh Silverman knows a thing or two about dollars and scents - as well as the smell of success after landing a $10 million Series A funding this month.
Three Sharply Observed Books Showcase the Enduring Appeal of Memoirs About Dealing With Disease
Nietzsche's maxim, that whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger, has a corollary in the book world: What doesn't kill you will be the topic of your memoir.