Road salts and other human sources are threatening world’s freshwater supplies

When winter storms threaten to make travel dangerous, people often turn to salt, spreading it liberally over highways, streets and sidewalks to melt snow and ice. Road salt is an important tool for safety, because many thousands of people die or are injured every year due to weather related accidents. But a new study led… Read More »

AACR: In redemption of the PI3K drug class, Bayer’s Aliqopa leaps ahead of Gilead’s Zydelig in lymphoma

The PI3K inhibitors were once viewed as a blockbuster opportunity in blood cancer. But patient deaths in clinical trials for earlier-line use of Gilead Sciences’ first-to-market Zydelig dashed that hope. Now, in what could be viewed as a redemption of the drug class, Bayer’s Aliqopa has come up with a success safely. Adding Aliqopa to… Read More »

Charming ‘fairy doors’ open hearts in California neighborhood

A California community has bonded over a profusion of tiny, colorful wooden doors that are popping up all over. The so-called “fairy doors” in Alameda, an island community adjacent to Oakland, have been around for years but they’ve grown in number since the pandemic. So many of the brightly colored, diminutive portals have turned up… Read More »

Back pain: F1 Driver Performance Coach details how to reduce back pain during long drives

Simon Reynolds worked at the Formula One Team McLaren for over a decade as a Driver Performance Manager. Now the sports therapist has spoken exclusively to Express.co.uk to detail how to reduce back pain for long-haul drivers. Having managed the athletic development of F1 racers Kevin Magnussen, Alex Albon, Heikki Kovalainen and Stoffel Vandoorne, Reynolds… Read More »