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Former Revere Copper Plant Collapses Into Detroit River, Property Contaminated With Uranium From WWII’s Manhattan Project

Uranium and other contaminants fell into the Detroit River last month when a site where nuclear material was created during the 1940s and 1950s partially collapsed, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Limited eating times could be a new way to fight obesity and diabetes

People with obesity, high blood sugar, high blood pressure or high cholesterol are often advised to eat less and move more, but our new research suggests there is now another simple tool to fight off these diseases: restricting your eating time to a daily 10-hour window.

Eating All Your Food During a Specific Window of Time Could Help With Weight Loss, Better Sleep, Lower Blood Pressure

Eating during a specific window of time could help with weight loss, sleep, and high blood pressure, research suggests.

Smartphones Have Led to a Spike in Head and Neck Injuries As People Walk, Drive, Text and Play Games

The number of people who have injured their necks or heads while using using cell phones has spiked over the past two decades, with a sharp increase following the release of the iPhone, research has revealed.

Turning gray and into the red: The true cost of growing old in America

The U.S. population is aging at such a rate that within a few years, older Americans will outnumber the country’s children for the first time, according to census projections. But rising rents, health care and other living costs mean that for many entering their retirement years, balancing the household budget can be a struggle.

What’s in a title? When it comes to ‘Doctor,’ more than you might think

If you work in medicine, does it matter if you are called by your title? Is it all right if patients, colleagues, and others call you by your first name?

Woman Who Vaped Cannabis Developed a Rare Lung Condition Usually Seen in Metal Workers

A woman developed a rare lung condition normally seen in people exposed to hard metals after vaping regularly, according to scientists.

Pregnant Mothers Exposed to Police Killings More Likely to Deliver Underweight Black Infants, Study Finds

Police killings of unarmed black victims may cause nearby mothers to give birth prematurely or to infants with a lower birth weight, according to a recent study published Wednesday by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).