Occupancy rates at some Paris hotels have plunged by more than 30 percent in the days since the Nov. 13 terror attacks, according to a company that tracks hotel industry data.
Forward Data CEO Olivier Jager said in an interview that the company reviewed bookings data that it buys from ticket information distribution systems used by 200,000 travel agencies.
A website that compares rates for travel insurance, InsureMyTrip, said in a statement that its agents were experiencing an estimated 20 percent jump in queries from travelers overall seeking insurance since the Paris attacks.
WASHINGTON -- David Courtwright, the nation's leading historian on drug use and drug policy, has published an article in the New England Journal of Medicine arguing that physicians must heed the lessons of the 19th and 20th centuries in order to successfully combat today's opioid epidemic. The professor of history at the University of North Florida recounts how the medical and pharmaceutical communities had successfully worked to control the epidemic on their own by reducing the number of opiate prescriptions across the country.
The 18-year-old man accused of killing a kitten with his bare hands had become enraged during an argument with his sister over a bong, a prosecutor said in court Wednesday. The judge in the case refused to lower the bond for Axel Salemi, 18. He is accused of killing the 7-week-old kitten that his
A small drugmaker that promised to decrease the price of a lifesaving drug — after raising it about 5,000 percent — now says it will not cut the list price of the drug, sold exclusively by select Walgreens pharmacies. Turing Pharmaceuticals AG, a privately held biopharmaceutical company run by