Thursday, January 18th, 2018

 

Eat A Meal Of Salad And Yogurt And We’ll Guess Your Exact Age

The perfect meal. Booking.com


100 years after “super-flu” pandemic, mysteries remain

A century after one of history’s most catastrophic outbreaks killed tens of millions, scientists are rethinking how to guard against a deadly repeat


Second measles scare at Chicago airport

“Very, very contagious” virus could infect people who passed through one of the nation’s busiest airports


Concussion Not Needed to Trigger CTE in Brain

The findings could lead to early detection and improved treatment and prevention of CTE, the researchers suggest. The resource:27


‘One-Stop’ Blood Test for Cancer Shows Early Promise

The blood test is dubbed CancerSEEK. It was able to catch cancer cases anywhere from 33 percent to 98 percent of the time, depending on the type. The resource:27


Scientists Seek a Better Flu Vaccine

Although further work is needed, the scientists hope their approach will lead to an effective at-home vaccine. The resource:27


Trump speaks in Pennsylvania

Meanwhile, Congress has mere hours to reach a spending deal to avoid a government shutdown


Katy Perry Gets Filler Injected Under Her Eyes to Banish Dark Circles—But Is That Safe?

[brightcove:5479182047001 default] Dark under eye circles are among the top beauty concerns many women have—and one of the hardest to treat. No matter how many hours of sleep you may have gotten, those pesky dark hollows can make it appear like you haven’t gotten a wink in weeks. Even celebs struggle with them! In a recent interview with Refinery29, Katy Perry opened up about rumors circulating regarding her getting plastic surgery. While she denies having any surgical work done, she happily admits to getting under eye filler injections to treatRead More


Senate votes to extend FISA provision, sending bill to Trump’s desk

The reauthorization comes after President Trump temporarily derailed debate over the program last week


Walmart Packet Turns Opioid Pills Into Useless Gel

The disposal packets being handed out at Walmart’s 4,700 U.S. pharmacies contain a powder that is placed in prescription bottles. The resource:27


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