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You find yourself broken down on the side of the road late at night. You’ve turned on your emergency flashers, but that alone might not be enough to alert other drivers that there’s a disabled vehicle ahead. Flares were specifically designed for ...

Your obligations to your family or loved ones do not stop, even if you have already passed on. If your family, especially your children, are still heavily dependent on you, you can still provide for them through proper estate planning, even if you are no longer present.

From how cars are painted to why they peel and how you can prevent it, there is all you need to know about preserving car paint.

When it comes to the prospect of dementia, advance directives are critical because the disease is progressive.

Modern humans have existed for at least 300,000 years - but new evidence shows they left Africa earlier than we thought.

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Summer veggie recipes to keep you cool! Creamy Cucumber Gazpacho (>6months out from surgery) Makes 5 servings Ingredients ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice ½ cup full-fat ...

AI has already revolutionized a number of industries. Could it do the same for fashion?

Podiatry at Reliant Medical Group answers the question "are flip flops bad for your feet?" Find out if you should be protecting your feet this summer.

This post discusses hidden vehicle frame damage that can occur which requires frame repair. It also lays out the various signs of a bent frame and how a collision specialist can diagnose and repair this problem.

Measles has been all over the news as of late, so we wanted to bring you the facts. Amrutha Balakrishnan, MD, Marlborough Primary Care, answered our questions. What is measles and why are vaccinati…

Published in 2013, the novel tackles the topic of e-waste in the Guangdong province of China. The author was one of The World Economic Forum's cultural leaders at the Annual Meeting of New Champions 2019.

The study also suggests that reforesting such a large area wouldn't impact our capacity for growing and farming food.

Try making these adorable balloon flowers and caterpillars centerpieces this summer using non-helium filled balloons and $1 supplies from Dollar Tree!

Different styles of cognitive thinking could be the key to unlocking your team's full potential.

In Africa, 640 million people don't have access to electricity. Off-grid, solar power model PayGo is tackling this problem by combining cost-effective solar technology with the region’s mobile money initiative.

Jodie Lutkenhaus, a World Economic Forum Young Scientist, is harnessing the power of organic polymers to develop alternative energy resources.

Ilze Kiselis, MNS, RD, LDN, from the nutrition department at Reliant Medical Group, explains how to focus on food safety during the summer months.

Reliant Medical Group offers advice to seniors and answers the question "do you really need a multivitamin?" A multivitamin but not be necessary.

An object in motion, stays in motion. But what about your body? To keep yourself limber through the year, you must keep your body moving. This doesn’t have to mean intense cardio or strength traini…

At the current pace of depopulation, nearly 900 towns and villages across Japan will no longer be viable by 2040, according to economists.

Between 2009 and 2013, China experienced a meteoric expansion in R&D, doubling its research spending and overtaking the US with the largest number of researchers in any single country. How is China redrawing the map of global science?
This session was developed in partnership with Nature.
Simultaneous interpretation in English, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese
This session will be livestreamed on TopLink and the Forum website.

Reliant Medical Group wants to be sure that people are aware of the recreational water illnesses that can come from swimming in a pool or at the beach.

The body’s first line of defence could hold the key to a new generation of treatments, argues a leading cancer researcher.

As Pride Month draws to a close, who better to champion than LGBTQI politicians, who are helping to highlight inequalities faced by the community

Professor of Economics at MIT Daron Acemoglu believes we ought to be wary of simple solutions - and says universal basic income is no exception.

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If you spend a lot of time outdoors, you may be bit or stung at some point in the summer. It’s important to know how to properly deal with insect stings.