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Kamala Harris cites her mother's belief in upward mobility as part of the promise of America.
After having applied for hundreds of jobs without much success, this young woman is wondering if she should continue looking for jobs that are related to her studies or look after her mother's shop.
People living near greenery are less likely to smoke or more willing to quitPeople living near gardens, parks or forests are less likely to smoke or more willing to quit.
The two-month-old colt is a Przewalski’s horse, a species native to central Asia that once went extinct in the wild and is still critically endangered, with only about 2,000 remaining.
Research finds that breast cancer patients who exercise have both a lower risk of the cancer recurring and dying.
The paper, published in the journal Science Advances, contradicts the prevalent notion that in hunter-gatherer societies, the hunters were mainly men and the gatherers were mainly women.
Gretchen Andrew's latest artistic stunt? Manipulating Google search results for 'the next American President'.
Large numbers of young Thai women, student included, are calling publicly for change. They are emboldened by widespread demonstrations to demand the departure of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and reforms to the powerful monarchy.
Unconscious biases in healthcare professionals can affect the way they treat certain patients.
In the Land of Ventilation, the prescription for stopping the spread of the coronavirus is to open a window.