Lifestyle Archive
  • »Megyn Kelly on Fox News and foe Jon Stewart

    Wed 7 May / May 2014. 04:30 PM
    A decade ago Megyn Kelly was practicing law and moonlighting as a local TV reporter before Fox News Channel came calling, starting a relationship that would take her career from newbie legal correspondent to the host of her own prime-time gig.
  • »Vatican urges sex abuse critics not to stay "fossilized in past"

    Wed 7 May / May 2014. 04:29 PM
    The Vatican told critics of its sexual abuse record on Tuesday that it had developed model child protection policies over the last decade and that its accusers should not stay "fossilized in the past" when attitudes were different.
  • »Youth diabetes is on the rise, study suggests

    Mon 5 May / May 2014. 07:40 PM
    Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes became increasingly common among kids and teens in the U.S. between 2001 and 2009, according to a new study.
  • »Researchers say Neanderthals were not our dimwitted inferiors

    Sat 3 May / May 2014. 05:18 PM
    No offense, but your ancestors probably were no brighter than a Neanderthal.
  • »U.S. jury orders Samsung to pay Apple $120 million

    Sat 3 May / May 2014. 05:17 PM
    A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to pay $119.6 million to Apple Inc, far less than Apple had sought and marking a big loss for the iPhone maker in the latest round of their globe-spanning mobile patent litigation.
  • »Courteney Cox finds dark humor in suicide in 'Just Before I Go'

    Sat 26 April / Apr 2014. 05:56 PM
    Movies such as "It's a Wonderful Life," have explored the subject of a life re-examined when contemplating suicide, but Courteney Cox takes a darkly comic approach to that life-or-death question in her feature film directorial debut.
  • »Experts cast doubt on Saudi push for Middle East virus vaccine

    Sat 26 April / Apr 2014. 05:54 PM
    Official talk in Saudi Arabia of racing to develop a vaccine against a deadly new virus may be a way to reassure a fearful population, but it is scientifically wide of the mark and makes little sense in public health terms.
  • »Egypt discovers first case of potentially deadly MERS virus

    Sat 26 April / Apr 2014. 05:53 PM
    Egypt has discovered its first case of the potentially deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in an Egyptian citizen who had recently returned from Saudi Arabia, Egypt's Ministry of Health said on Saturday.
  • »Five Banksy stenciled works to be auctioned in Los Angeles

    Sat 26 April / Apr 2014. 05:52 PM
    A selection of works by elusive British graffiti artist Banksy, including the "Mariachi Player" and his "Rat" stencils, are going on sale in June, a Beverly Hills auction house said on Friday.
  • »Direct tobacco marketing linked to teen and adult smoking

    Thu 17 April / Apr 2014. 07:22 PM
    Direct to consumer marketing of tobacco products is reaching significant numbers of teens, as well as young adults, according to a new study.
  • »Google to sell Glass to public next week

    Sat 12 April / Apr 2014. 04:49 PM
    Google Inc will take online orders for its Glass wearable gadget on April 15, in its biggest push to get the $1,500 wraparound Web-ready glasses out to the U.S. public.
  • »Doctors welcome hepatitis C drug rivals

    Sat 12 April / Apr 2014. 04:25 PM
    Doctors at a key medical conference welcomed the prospect of more new drugs to treat the liver-destroying hepatitis C virus, while agreeing that Gilead Sciences Inc continues to lead the effort.
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