World's oldest blue bird found via fossil feathers
Somewhere over the rainbow 48 million years ago, a happy little blue bird flew—until it soared over a lake belching toxic gases and died. The lake's sediments…
Jun 25, 2019 23:01 UTC Science Read More
From paramedics to firefighters and surgeons, here's what the average American makes in 19 life-saving jobs
- Medical and protective-service workers save lives every day. - Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the average annual salaries for 19 life-saving jobs around the country. - Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Firefighters, paramedics, and nurses save and protect people's lives every day. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Employment Statistics program offers data on employment and wages across different occupations and industries. We took a look at the average annual salaries, as reported by the BLS, for 19 medical and protective-service role...
Jun 25, 2019 21:45 UTC Jobs Read More
Increased Dementia Risk Linked to Drugs Commonly Used to Treat Intestinal, Respiratory & Mood Disorders
The link between the drugs and development of dementia appears strong, but the study's researchers noted their findings show association rather than…
Jun 25, 2019 21:41 UTC Health Read More
Trump boasts best June for stock market in years — but a half-dozen signs flash warnings
The rally of the big three stock-market index belies weakness in other areas of the market.
Jun 25, 2019 21:10 UTC Business Read More
Chipotle unveils new quarterly bonus program for hourly employees
Hourly employees working at Chipotle could see more money in their pockets each quarter through the rollout of a new bonus program unveiled by the company…
Jun 25, 2019 20:30 UTC Business Read More
If You're Struggling to Do Push-Ups, You Need to Make This Simple Tweak to Your Hand Position
Push-ups are definitely one of those love-hate exercises, but the feeling of mastering a push-up is amazing; even if your arms are trembling during and after every rep and you know the soreness will linger for days. I like push-ups because you can do them anywhere. They're also an exercise that never seems to get easier even as you get stronger. And because push-ups are a staple in any fitness routine, you've got to make sure you're performing them correctly. Your neck should always be in a neutral position, meaning it isn't tucked into your chest or extended up. You'll also want to keep yo...
Jun 25, 2019 19:34 UTC Fitness Read More
What is a Beyond Meat burger worth to hungry investors?
U.S. consumers hankering for one of Beyond Meat Inc's faux-meat burgers can pick one up at the grocery store for about $3 a patty.
Jun 25, 2019 18:44 UTC Business Read More
30 high-paying jobs of the future — and the skills you'll need to get them
- Technology is becoming ever more important in the digital workplace of the 21st century. - Using data from the Department of Labor, we found 30 high-paying, fast-growing jobs that rely on skills and knowledge from the STEM disciplines. - Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The 21st century workplace is increasingly dominated by technology, and jobs that rely on a mastery of those machines are likely to become more important — and lucrative. We assembled a list of fast-growing, high-paying jobs that are set to dominate the emerging digital workplace through 2026. The Depart...
Jun 25, 2019 18:01 UTC Jobs Read More
Palm Beach County offering free HIV testing
The Palm Beach County Health Department is encouraging HIV testingahead of National HIV Testing Day. The Health Department is emphasizing the…
Jun 25, 2019 17:55 UTC Health Read More
The best business VR headset 2019: top virtual reality for enterprise use
Welcome to our pick for the best business virtual reality (and augmented reality) headsets of 2019. Advertisement. There are loads of reasons why you'd want to…
Jun 25, 2019 15:01 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More
Which climates are best for passive cooling technologies?
A group of University of California, San Diego researchers set out to gain a better understanding of the thermal balance of power plants and surfaces, like…
Jun 25, 2019 14:59 UTC Science Read More
An Ambitious State-Based Plan For Universal Family Care That Falls Just Short On Long-Term Care
These days, efforts to reform our broken system of long-term care are being led by the states. To support and build on those programs, the National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) released an ambitious agenda for structuring and financing programs to help families support their loved ones. The NASI framework, called Universal Family Care, goes far beyond long-term care financing. It contemplates a lifetime of holistic supports, beginning with early child care and education, paid family and medical leave, and long-term services and supports (LTSS)—all funded through a single social insura...
Jun 25, 2019 14:48 UTC Health-Care Read More
Exclusive: In push to replace Huawei, rural U.S. carriers are talking with Nokia and Ericsson
About a dozen rural U.S. telecom carriers that depend on Huawei for network gear are in discussions with its biggest rivals, Ericsson and Nokia, to replace their…
Jun 25, 2019 14:36 UTC Business Read More
Tidal tails detected around dwarf galaxy DDO 44
By conducting deep, wide-area imaging survey of the galaxy NGC 2403 and its environment, including the dwarf satellite galaxy DDO 44, astronomers have…
Jun 25, 2019 14:20 UTC Science Read More
Astrobiology conference attracts scientists with an astonishing breadth of knowledge
From AbSciCon 2019 in Bellevue, Washington. Is any scientific quest today more exciting than the search for life beyond Earth? Here in Bellevue, Washington…
Jun 25, 2019 14:17 UTC Science Read More
Santorini volcano, a new terrestrial analogue of Mars
The Greek island of Santorini is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, but 3600 years ago it suffered one of the largest volcanic…
Jun 25, 2019 13:19 UTC Science Read More
‘Horns’ are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests.
The growth of bone spurs at the back of the skulls of young people may be a result of an adaptation to the use of handheld devices.
Jun 25, 2019 13:18 UTC Health Read More
Part of the Pacific Ocean is not warming as expected, buy why?
State-of-the-art climate models predict that as a result of human-induced climate change, the surface of the Pacific Ocean should be warming—some parts more,…
Jun 25, 2019 12:58 UTC Science Read More
Here’s how AI can help fight climate change according to the field’s top thinkers
The AI renaissance of recent years has led many to ask how this technology can help with one of the greatest threats facing humanity: climate change. A new…
Jun 25, 2019 12:02 UTC Science Read More
Abortion Bans Are Tools of Misogyny and Oppression, Says Planned Parenthood President
Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen, an emergency room physician and former health commissioner of Baltimore, entered her high-profile role with extensive medical experience. Yet nothing could have prepared her for the range and extremity of assaults waged by anti-choice politicians against reproductive rights that began almost as soon as she started. Wen started in November 2018—a month after Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court. Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation pushed the court back to a conservative majority and signaled to anti-choice activists that the justices might o...
Jun 25, 2019 11:00 UTC Health-Care Read More
The Problem With Diversity in Computing
Tech's discriminatory culture might never change, no matter how many women and people of color are invited into the room.
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Computing Read More
Nevada leads nation in employment growth
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — More than 55,000 new jobs were added in the state of Nevada since last May, according to the Department of Employment, Training and…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Jobs Read More
Eating Crap as a Teen Can Permanently Affect Men's Fertility
Eating a "Western diet" packed with high-fat and processed foods as a teen can permantently damage a man's fertility, according to a Harvard-led study.
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Health Read More
U.S. not where it needs to be on LGBT employment: Fed's Williams
The United States is "not where we need to be" on increasing employment levels of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, a top economic…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Jobs Read More
HTC's new Vive Cosmos VR headset has inside-out tracking and a high-res display
HTC has teased the first specs of its upcoming Vive Cosmos VR headset, which it first unveiled at CES earlier this year. The Vive Cosmos is a PC-powered VR…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More
Letter: Will small businesses be priced out of ACA arena?
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a package of bills intended to stabilize the Affordable Care Act.
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Health-Care Read More
Why Californians With Severe Mental Illness Are Caught Cycling From Prison To The Streets
There's an acoustic guitar propped up near the center of Audrey Woolfolk's living room. It seems out of place against the floral and lace decor, but Woolfolk likes…
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Mental-Health Read More
How fabricators can be savvy consumers of cloud computing services
Cloud computing is mentioned frequently as a component of the internet of things (IoT). So what is it? Basically, cloud computing is a *service* that allows…
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Computing Read More
Personal Finance: Bond market flashing yellow on economy
An interesting dichotomy has developed between the stock and bond markets over the past few weeks.
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Personal-Finance Read More
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