Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019


Mastectomy Seems to Boost Advanced HER2+ Survival

Surgery was associated with a 44% increased chance of survival, assuming that most patients were also treated with chemo or targeted drug therapies, the study found. The resource:27

Only The Sharpest Minds Can Name The Objects In These Close-Up Photos

Is it a bowling ball? A head of cabbage? A marble? View Entire Post ›

Customize Your Sushi Roll And We’ll Reveal How Many Kids You’ll Have

Maki-ng babies. View Entire Post ›

Which Condiment Must Be Eliminated?

Dip into this quiz! View Entire Post ›

This Dad Went To Costco For The First Time And His Son Captured His Sheer Excitement On Video

“It’s practically Disneyland.” View Entire Post ›

20 Things People Who Work At McDonald’s Really, REALLY Need You To Know

LISTEN UP! View Entire Post ›

25 Pictures People Who Aren’t Teachers Will Never, Ever Understand

No lies detected. View Entire Post ›

Does Bad ‘Mono’ Predict Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

People with the most severe mononucleosis infections were more than three times as likely to meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome. The resource:27

How HIV Might Influence HPV Vaccination Rates

HPV infection is common, and healthy people often clear it from the body without developing cancer. But HIV infection weakens the immune system, making it more difficult to fight off HPV. The resource:27

Trump Postpones Move to Dismantle Obamacare

Repealing the Affordable Care Act could leave 20 million people uninsured, according to an analysis by the Urban Institute, a Washington, D.C. think tank. The resource:27