Hulu series "The Dropout" offers a new theory as to why Holmes was so determined to leave Stanford to start Theranos.
A private equity firm founder, who was one of dozens of individuals charged in the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
"It sounds like a lot. Could over a million people die in a decade? Yeah, very easily," lead researcher Dr. Keith Humphreys told Newsweek.
Brooke Forde, who is currently ranked third nationally behind Thomas and Arizona State's Emma Nordin, is expected to face off against Thomas in March.
Some health experts recommend switching to surgical masks amid the little-known information about Omicron and its transmissibility.
Devin Green created the program to help college students manage completing assignments, projects, and homework.
Dr. Yvonne Maldonado told Newsweek how parents can keep their kids safe indoors, outdoors, during summer camps and at schools when they reopen in the fall.
"It's a medical decision that should be left to the doctor and the patient, not forced on people by the state," Bhattacharya said.
Players on both teams looked confused after the play, in which only one out was made.
The flier contained a mock-up of a flier for a faux event featuring Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discussing "violent insurrection."
Frontline workers were left out of Stanford Medical Center's first round of vaccinations as hospital officials chose to vaccinate administrators and doctors "with no in-person patient responsibilities" instead.
Device mounted to a toilet incorporates test strips and video cameras and recognizes the user by fingerprint and "distinctive features" on their anus.
A new study shows research that supports Alcoholics Anonymous works in treating people suffering from alcohol use disorder.
The commonly used average human body temperature was calculated in 1851.
"A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics," the Melania Trump tweeted. "Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed."
Huge changes to the oxygen levels on our planet caused the mega die-off, researchers found.
Two mysterious plankton blooms appeared off the coast of Antarctica in 2014 and 2015.
The scandal has touched each coast, Hollywood celebrities, college athletics coaches and even students who "worked hard" but didn't get into prestigious universities.
"I absolutely don't understand what you are talking about," Justice Franklin Elia told Turner's attorney.
Technology could have helped children develop self-control, researchers evaluating the "marshmallow test" believe.
A neural network model created by Alibaba bested its flesh-and-blood opponents on a 100,000-question test.
To be admitted to elite colleges, Asians needed SAT scores 140 points higher than whites.
The press discussion of higher education is dominated by a small number of elite institutions which are unrepresentative.
Pell Grants, the Work-Study program, Perkins loans and AmeriCorps are put at risk by swingeing cuts.