And it literally ends up costing her… Sitting in his surgical gown inside a large medical suite in Reston, Va., a Vienna man prepared for his colonoscopy by pressing record on his smartphone, to capture the instructions his doctor would give him after the procedure. But as soon as he pressed play on his way home, he was shocked out of his anesthesia-induced stupor

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Solar Power for Everyone

June 24, 2015

Cheap green energy is finally within reach, and it’s making utility companies nervous

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23% of respondents to a new survey were underinsured, in part due to rising deductibles

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The drone will carry enough medication for two or three women. But campaigners hope it will also deliver a message about inequality

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While most scientists vouch for the safety of genetically modified organisms, many laymen remain unconvinced

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The share of poor Americans who were uninsured declined substantially in 2014, according to the first full year of federal data since the Affordable Care Act extended coverage to millions of Americans last year

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The rich array of microbiota in our intestines can tell us more than you might think

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A jury awarded a $2,225,000 verdict against a food storage company in federal court Monday afternoon, after the company was sued for violating the rights of two employees when it requested DNA samples to identify the mysterious individual leaving feces around its warehouse. The verdict included $225,000 and $250,000 in compensation for the two plaintiffs, and $1,750,000 in punitive damages

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