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Purdue remains No. 1; NC State cracks Top 25

Purdue's unquestioned grip on No. 1 in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll is gone after a weekend loss. That didn't stop...


King Charles III’s coronation to be dissimilar to his late mother’s service in 1953

King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, who are set to be crowned in May, will reportedly break away from a key royal...

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Hispanic dialysis patients face 40% higher risk of staph infection than whites, CDC says

Hispanic dialysis patients face a 40% higher risk of developing a staph bloodstream infection compared with whites, underscoring economic and racial disparities in...

Positive Interactions With Friends Can Make You Happier and Less Stressed, says Study

By the end of the day, talking to a buddy only once to catch up, have a little fun, or let them know...

Retrospective pay talks are ‘not right’ – Barclay

The health secretary said "we should be looking forward" to the pay review body giving its next settlement as health staff in England...

Health Advantages of Millet: The Superfood revolution to our new life

Health advantages of millet: The United Nations has declared 2023 to be the "International Year of Millet" at the initiative of the Indian...

First drug proven to slow Alzheimer’s won’t be available to most patients for several months

The first drug proven to slow Alzheimer’s is on sale, but most U.S. patients will not be able to receive the treatment for...


Perspective | In a world on the brink, there’s always room for Beckett’s ‘Endgame’

Comment on this storyCommentThe End — the big one — is prefigured in “Endgame,” Samuel Beckett’s bracing portrait of humanity’s benighted shuffle to...

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