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Alcohol-Related Deaths in Women Increase in US

Alcohol-related deaths are increasing in the United States, according to a report this month from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study...

49% Of Americans Reject Coronavirus Inoculation Due To Side Effects

Nearly half of Americans, or 49%, said they definitely or probably would not get an inoculation if a coronavirus were available today, while 51%...

Terrorism, Pandemic Trigger Depression and Stress: Study

By Marissa Melton This September 11 is different. Every year, Americans have remembered the largest terrorist attack on American soil by coming together – to...

Everything You Need to Know About Labor Day

Labor Day is a national holiday, created to honor U.S. workers and their contribution to the economy. Many Americans use the day to celebrate...

62% Americans no Longer View US as a ‘Shining City on The Hill’

A new poll has found that 62 per cent of Americans no longer view the US as a "shining city on the hill" as...

Covid-19: Americans Experience Supportive Behaviour Than Loneliness

Social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic has not led to an overall increase in loneliness among Americans as most of them felt more supported...

Millions of Americans Fight Coronavirus by Staying at Home

Millions of Americans are under orders Saturday from their state and local governments to stay home, venturing out only for essential needs, including trips...

Giving Back: Here’s How to Help Those In Need After Natural Disasters

How many times have you been sitting in front of the TV watching your favorite show and then all of a sudden, it interrupted...

Tech Giant Google Secretly Gathering Health Information of Millions of US Citizens

Google is reportedly gathering health information of millions of US citizens -- without informing them or their doctors -- to design an Artificial Intelligence...

Reasons For Bigger Houses In America

BY DORA MEKOUAR Americans have long been drawn to big, open spaces, so perhaps it’s no surprise that houses built in the United States are among...

Americans Prefer Driving By Themselves Than An Autonomous Vehicle Drive Them

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, from Washington University have revealed that people in the US would rather drive themselves than have an autonomous vehicle...

Americans Addicted to Snacks, Food Experts Paying Closer Attention to What that Might Mean for Health

Americans are addicted to snacks, and food experts are paying closer attention to what that might mean for health and obesity. Eating habits in the...

Americans Value Differences Shifting In A Big Way

The values that Americans view as important have shifted over the last two decades, as younger Americans place less significance on patriotism, religion and...

Three-Quarters of Americans See Weather Disasters, Like Hurricane Dorian, Worsening

Nearly three-quarters of Americans see weather disasters, like Hurricane Dorian, worsening and most of them blame global warming to some extent, a new poll...

Many Americans in Small Towns Still Struggling to Access Affordable Broadband

A few years ago, the Oklahoma town of Tuttle suddenly found itself without cable or internet service after a local broadband provider went bankrupt,...

Nearly Three-Quarters of Young Americans Unfit to Serve in America’s Military

As he reveled in the huge display of military might during last week’s Independence Day celebration on the National Mall, U.S. President Donald Trump...

Why Americans Throw Party on Fourth of July

It was founding father John Adams who first suggested that Americans should throw an annual party — a “great anniversary festival” —  to celebrate...

Americans Arrive in Canada Seeking Affordable Prices for Insulin

A self-declared "caravan" of Americans bused across the Canada-U.S. border on Saturday, seeking affordable prices for insulin and raising awareness of "the insulin price crisis" in the United States. The...

Americans Want NASA to Focus More on Asteroid Impacts, Less on Getting to Mars

Americans would rather have NASA closely monitor asteroids and comets that could crash into Earth than send an astronaut to the moon or Mars. An...

The American Tradition of Marrying Cousins

What do famous Americans such as author Edgar Allan Poe, Wild West outlaw Jesse James and theoretical physicist Albert Einstein have in common? They all...

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Kapil Dev Suffers Heart Attack, Undergoes Angioplasty Successfully

India's first World Cup-winning cricket captain Kapil Dev has undergone a successful angioplasty at a south Delhi hospital, a senior doctor confirmed on Friday. The...

Increase In Amount Of Sleep After Trauma Experience Could Ease Illness

Increasing the amount of time spent in sleep immediately after a traumatic experience may ease any negative consequences, say, researchers. Published in the journal Scientific...

Oppo Entered Wearable Segment By Launching A Smartwatch

Smartphone brand OPPO has finally entered the wearable segment with a smartwatch that aims to woo Indian consumers on Android who are looking forward...

Intel’s Revenue Goes Down By 4 Percent In Q3

Intel's fiscal third-quarter revenue reached $18.3 billion, down 4 percent year-over-year as its data-centric revenue declined 10 percent while PC-centric revenue was better than...