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The drugs singled out for discounts include the flagging hepatitis C treatment Zepatier and six drugs that have lost their patent protection.
The move comes as drug companies scramble to show they are responding to criticism about their rising prices, including from President Trump.
“It was certainly very surprising to me,” said the researcher who observed the birds’ strange behaviors when presented with crow cadavers.
A Jungian psychoanalyst, she wrote popular books and lectured on mythical feminine archetypes and the primal, unconscious elements of feminine identity.
The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
After an Egyptian cobra bit a famous Turkish illusionist, officials scrambled to get him to Cairo for treatment. It was a rare instance of cooperation between the countries.
Researchers examined the arsenal of anticoagulants used by marine leeches to feed on turtles, fish and even sharks.
High temperatures and low rainfall have fueled fires across the country. Elsewhere in Europe, drought in Britain and Ireland has exposed ancient structures.
Global warming is making some geese speed up their northward spring migration. That means trouble when they arrive in the Arctic.
For an hour on Saturdays, Morrisons will dim the aisles, silence the music and take other steps aimed at easing sensory overload.
In 1970, New York had the most liberal abortion law in the nation, turning it into a magnet for women who wanted to terminate their pregnancies legally.
A basketball-size chunk of molten rock hurtled into the roof of a tourist boat that was sailing off Hawaii’s Big Island.
Death rates from both diseases have risen sharply, particularly among young adults over the last decade. A possible villain: the Great Recession.
An insurgent who challenged the academic establishment and became a foremost expert on the aging of galaxies, she was eventually forced to choose between family and career.
A new invention could help marine scientists study sea creatures in their natural habitat more effectively without harming them in the process.
A baby snake and snakeskin were preserved in two specimens found in Myanmar.
The latest survey of the region around the gas giant turned up a dozen new moons, including an oddball that was going in the wrong direction.
A new medical scanner, derived from technology used by particle physics researchers at CERN, “is like the upgrade from black-and-white film to color,” one of its developers said.
A longtime leader of the National Cancer Institute, he was known for his willingness to help anyone with a cancer diagnosis seeking advice or a referral.
How the skins of oranges, lemons and other fruits squirt oil in tiny bursts