Billion Dollar Gift to Cover Tuition

Billion Dollar Gift to Cover Tuition The widow of a prominent Wall Street investor has donated $1 billion to a Bronx medical school for tuition for all future students. The gift from Ruth Gottesman, 93, is the largest-ever to a US medical university and comes from the...

Wreckage of Submarine Found

Wreckage of Submarine Found Connecticut divers have discovered the wreckage of an experimental submarine that was built in 1907 and later scuttled in Long Island Sound. The Defender, a 92-foot-long boat, was found recently by a team led by Richard Simon, a commercial...

Link Between Hydration and Aging Process

Link Between Hydration and Aging Process A new study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) identifies the key role hydration is thought to play in the aging process. This new research serves as great proof of the importance of drinking enough water to stay...

Preschool Opened Inside a Dementia Care Home

Preschool Opened Inside a Dementia Care Home When a Preschool Was Opened Inside a Dementia Care Home, All Heaven Broke Loose They say it takes a village to raise a child. Centered on that concept of communal flourishing, Northwest England’s first intergenerational...

How Do Plants Make Your Home Happier

How Do Plants Make Your Home Happier Research finds that having plants at home is good for our health and well-being. How do you pick the right ones? In both Europe and the U.S., people spend up to 90% of their time indoors. But spending so much time inside can have...

Head of Boeing

Head of Boeing The departure of Ed Clark is the first significant change in Boeing leadership since the Jan. 5 Alaska Airlines incident. The man who lead Boeing’s 737 Max program and the Renton factory where the jets were built will leave the company, the first...