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Critics say the new DSM-5 will expand the boundaries of mental illness.
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It involves a peculiar male dance and multiple partners.
y are 1/100,000 the size of a hydrogen atom or 1/100,000,000 the size of a typical virus.
Job seekers shouldn’t be so quick to accept the first job offer that comes their way. Here's how to get more money.
Seven months after Hurricane Sandy, businesses on the Jersey shore are continuing to recover, but they insist they will be ready for summer.
These microscopic 'flowers' were sculpted from crystals using carefully controlled chemical reactions.
The "crazy" ants only arrived in 2002 and are rapidly spreading.
Should patients who undergo genetic testing be told about unexpected results, unrelated to the reason for testing?
How safe are amusement park rides?
Using a divining rod, usually a forked twig, to find anything — water, money or people — is no better than chance.
Barriers remain, but it may be time to talk about human cloning.
In 'After Earth,' humanity is faced with a choice: Leave the planet, or die off trying to remain on it.
Freshman women are more likely than men to over-drink in a week.
Lake Erie, the fourth largest Great Lake, is also famous for a battle in the War of 1812 and for the Erie Canal.
Opportunity passed the Apollo 17 moon buggy, which covered 22.21 miles back in 1972.
The May 31 flyby of 1.7-mile-long 1998 QE2 poses no threat to Earth.