American soldiers will march to remember the colored troops who fought in the US Civil war but were excluded 145 years ago from the Grand Review of the Armies parade in Washington DC.
After ten years of planning, there was a ground-breaking ceremony in Washington DC yesterday to mark the start of work on a national law-enforcement museum that will be world class, with high-tech interactive displays.
There is a kind of cancer about that's often misdiagnosed by doctors. It is known as NETS cancer, which is an abbreviation of Neuroendocrine Tumors.
Delta Airlines is sponsoring and participating in the Food Network New York Wine and Food Festival, and will have gourmet foods, top world-class chefs and selected wines and champagnes from across the world available to patrons.
The weight-loss drug Merida, or Sibutramine, has been voluntarily recalled my Abbott Laboratories after clinical results in Europe showed a high risk of stroke and heart attacks.
Two Indian organizations are having some success with training teenagers to teach other young folk about the dangers of Tuberculosis, what to look out for and what to do if someone is known to be infected by TB.
Decades after Cuban revolutionaries threw out foreign businesses and established a Communist government, the people of Cuba are still living mostly without any Internet access.
An 85-year-old British professor at Cambridge University has been awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize for Medicine in recognition of his work in inventing In-Vitro Fertilisation, or IVF, that has helped millions of babies to be born to couples who could not have a baby otherwise.