Biogen Inc. will seek federal approval for a medicine to treat early Alzheimer’s disease, a landmark step toward finding a treatment for the most common form of dementia.
Cosmic Crisp is the first apple bred in Washington state, where it was developed by Washington State University’s Tree FruitResearch and Extension Center.
Debbie Isaacs produced “Ghosts of Goldfield,” which she unselfconsciously calls “the most horrible horror movie ever.”
Hanna Olivas, 45, who has a rare blood cancer, has become an advocate for laws to allow patients with terminal illnesses to medically end their lives.
The four-hour, 20-mile railway journey begins in Clarkdale and travels to the ghost town of Perkinsville, snaking along the high banks above the Verde River.
Lighting can be broken down into three parts: ambient, accent and task. Once those utilitarian needs have been assessed, it’s time for layering to create comfort and style.
You don’t need an airless sprayer for flawless results when painting trim. All you need is a steady hand, a quality brush and patience.
Trees grown in containers are more finicky than those planted in the ground because the roots don’t have access to as much soil mass. The limited soil volume in containers makes watering and applying fertilizers more complicated; the tree runs out of both more quickly.
Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital late Friday afternoon was in the process of turning back on the facility’s water after testing came back negative for the legionella bacterium.
By the time she turned 30, “Vegas! The Show” dancer Lauren Clark had undergone a lumpectomy, six rounds of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. Through it all, she kept dancing.