Families, doctors, and a pharmaceutical company are all confronting a philosophically fraught question: Is it ethical to make a little person taller?
A controversial new treatment promises to make little people taller
The world's skinniest skyscraper is almost completed. I toured its first luxury condo — take a look inside the NYC tower that's 24 times taller than it is wide.
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 1 month ago
111 West 57th Street, also known as Steinway Tower, is nearing completion in New York City — and, when you consider the building's height-to-width ratio, it's the world's skinniest skyscraper. The 1,428-foot tower is 24 times taller than it is wide...
Forbes › Lifestyle › 2 months ago
The founding friends of fashion brand Taller Marmo discuss the rise of their decadent brand.
The Guardian › Sports › 2 months ago
Wallabies flanker David Pocock believes taller players are more likely to be penalised for high tackles under the tight regime at the Rugby World Cup
The Sun › 1 month ago
THE taller you are the more likely you are to suffer a stroke, doctors have warned. They found height could be linked to having an irregular, often rapid heartbeat. Atrial fibrillation or AFib is a condition that can cause palpitations, where it feels...
Washington Times › 1 month ago
Developers of two planned wind farms off Maryland’s coast now plan to build turbines more than 200 feet (61 meters) taller than initially proposed.
Miss Universe Catriona Gray believes it's easier to learn how to walk in high heels with a taller heel, and top runway coaches agree
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 1 week ago
Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray told Insider that she first learned how to walk in stilettos by wearing taller shoes before going down to a four or five-inch heel. "Once you're able to twirl in a six-inch heel, you can go down to a four-inch heel and...
CNET › Technology › 1 month ago
This taller-than-average little van concept is already running rings around our hearts.
CBC › 1 month ago
The campaign was full of promises to make life more affordable, but what happens to those promises in a minority government is complicated.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
The last decade has seen the N.B.A. become more of a finesse league. But Philadelphia is trying to turn back the clock, with big men leading the way.
The Independent › Politics › 2 weeks ago
‘Of course, politics is full of placebo promises. But promises made lightly by politicians can still weigh heavy on the shoulders of others’