The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is offering $100,000 for a next-generation condom that might better control the global spread of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
One-third of riders are too heavy, leading to health problems for their steeds. Now plus-size saddles are hitting the market.
As the rate of reported cases rises, the expense of providing care -- sometimes for a lifetime -- is becoming staggering.
A new study says the Affordable Care Act might not be as dire as some people fear, with most companies sticking with full-time jobs.
The java giant's Howard Schultz says he's open to the boost, but he can see why other businesses may not be so supportive.
They're refusing to sign a confidentiality agreement to honor oil and gas company trade secrets regarding chemicals used in fracking.
The company will penalize employees $600 a year if they don't take part in its 'voluntary' wellness program.
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