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Children of older fathers may be at higher risk for mental illness
06 March 2014, Thursday /
Women who want to become mothers have long been told to heed the ticking of their biological clocks. Now a large Scandinavian study adds to evidence that men need to wake up and pay attention too.
Study says too much protein could lead to early death
Could too much protein put you on the path toward an early grave? »»
Winter stifles pollen, but other pests can make allergies worse
You're sniffling and sneezing again. You're feeling tired and headachy again. »»
South African scientists map HIV antibodies in vaccine hunt
Scientists in South Africa have mapped the evolution of an antibody that kills different »»
Passive smoking causes irreversible damage to kids' arteries
Exposure to second-hand smoke in childhood causes irreversible damage to children's »»
Doctors could do a better job of breaking bad news: study
Less than half of German people who are told they have cancer through a set and accepted »»
3-D printers make human tissue in push to create livers
SAN FRANCISCO — 3-D printing used to construct everything from art to toys »»
Spinning yarn into artificial muscles
The latest high-tech gizmos usually spring from advances made with exotic -- and »»
Foods that could help you save your skin
My boys love to talk about the biggest bone in their body (the femur) and the largest »»
Deadly MERS virus has infected camels since at least 1992
The Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) first made world headlines when it was »»
The most read articles
PM Erdoğan’s bellicose rhetoric causes social polarization in Turkey
Audio recordings reveal PM Erdoğan's desire to control everything
'Polling companies under pressure, media outlets don't inform society'
Probe reveals hidden rule of business in Turkey: bribery
Dark days looming as privacy threatened by MİT, Internet laws
Turkey treading carefully in Ukraine crisis
Former Çağlayan: I would understand if Jews, atheists were behind graft probe
CHP, MHP mayoral candidates vow fundamental changes in Ankara
PM's discourse over 'no family, children' offensive, hurtful
Government's urban transformation project turns to 'urban division'
İstanbul traffic can be transformed by big data and technology
Interview with former AKP deputy İdris Bal (2)
Lies, deceit and a test of the Turkish media
A modern leader in a postmodern world: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
HATİCE SAĞDIÇ YILDIZ
The 'infallibility' of Prime Minister Erdoğan for his ardent followers
Can the robot lobby eat 'new' Turkey?
ALPER YILMAZ DEDE
What is happening in Turkey?
Purchasing loyalty: neopatrimonial rule in Turkey
Erdoğan's Feb. 28 coup
Is the Hizmet movement statist or populist?
Resign or flee
Virtual wars, peaceful streets and country of prohibitions
Turkey's democracy deficit
MELTEM NAZ KAŞO
Flying with a Romanian couple
Sorrowful memories from Khojaly
ERDOAN A. SHIPOLI
Syria at an eve of a decision
What the EU fails to see in the new Turkey
'Hello Fatih' era in Turkey
When will Turkey do away with forced conscription?
I don’t believe in Recep İvedik
What is next for Terim-less Galatasaray?
How to fight Islamophobia in France?
For a healthier foreign policy debate
Dear Turkey, America doesn't like you enough
Deported to a war zone on the altar of Saudization
How to depose an unpopular leader -- and how unpopular was he?
Turkey's blind spot on the left
Gezi Park’s finest
How dare you ask the prime minister a question
M. EDİB YILMAZ
Deporting common sense
The barbarity of blasphemy
Shah Deniz agreement in geostrategic context (2)
Globally his: Turkish Airlines losing its shine under gov’t pressure
How Erdoğan torpedoes his rule
Worsening condition of my Syrian refugee neighbors
ALİ ZEYNEL GÖKPINAR
A country that I do not understand any more
E. BARIŞ ALTINTAŞ
The illicit tourbillon
The 21st century: Is it the Kurds' time?
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