Through mid-December, fans of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musicals have a rare chance to see what's considered the Broadway hit-makers' biggest flop.
Our preoccupation with how we look seems to be spiraling ever higher, at least if you consider the new array of procedures that plastic surgeons are devising.
Westminster, Mass., has dropped its bid to ban all tobacco sales after vociferous public protest.
Ebola has dominated hard news headlines since its deadly outbreak in West Africa this year, but the infectious disease also has a soft, cuddly side.
So much for Shakespeare's medical credibility. After researchers studied the remains of Richard III, which were discovered in central England in 2012, they found the much-maligned 15th century king from the House of York had a severe case of scoliosis, but was far from the limping “poisonous...