Walmart gives refurbished Apple Watch Series 3 and 4 models deep discounts
If the high cost of a new Apple Watch gives you heartburn, why not consider a refurbished one instead? Right now, Walmart is offering discounts of up to $200 off…
Jun 26, 2019 23:52 UTC Technology Read More
Amazon Prime Day 2019: Where to find best deals on phones
Prime Day, also known as the day when e-commerce giant Amazon slashes prices on a variety of items, will begin July 15 and last two days. During that stretch…
Jun 26, 2019 22:37 UTC Business Read More
You just can't get enough, when it comes to exercise: Cambridge study
You can't do too much exercise in later life, research by Cambridge University suggests. The study of 15000 Britons aged 40 to 79 found that active men and…
Jun 26, 2019 22:29 UTC Health Read More
Are Cherries Keto? Eating Fruit on the Keto Diet
Many fruits are difficult to eat on the high-fat, low-carb keto diet. However, cherries may be OK for keto dieter as long as you consume them in moderation.
Jun 26, 2019 22:08 UTC Health Read More
Computer Experts Working To Fully Restore Baltimore City Computer System
Computer experts are doing what they can to make the city's computer system whole again, while residents still hang around waiting to pay water bills and…
Jun 26, 2019 21:48 UTC Computing Read More
Scabies Means Misery. This Pill Can End It.
Burrowing skin mites drive victims mad with itching, but distribution of a few pills can drive the infestation from entire communities.
Jun 26, 2019 21:30 UTC Health Read More
Rare tick returns to Wisconsin: Its bite could make you allergic to meat; what else to know
A type of tick that is uncommon in this part of the country has been spotted in northern Wisconsin, near Eau Claire County, marking the return of the bug to the…
Jun 26, 2019 21:10 UTC Health Read More
Nutritionist says premature death is preventable with this diet
A physician explains how his method of weight loss can help shed weight and be healthy with a plant based diet.
Jun 26, 2019 20:59 UTC Health Read More
A Neural Net Used a Viral Meme to Learn to Navigate
Google scientists trained a neural net to better navigate spaces with an archive of thousands of "Mannequin Challenge" videos.
Jun 26, 2019 20:37 UTC Science Read More
Total solar eclipse had effects on Wyoming’s sagebrush, UW research finds
CASPER, Wyo. — People from across the country flocked to places like Casper to catch an August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. A University of Wyoming.
Jun 26, 2019 20:25 UTC Science Read More
Macron Calls Climate Change a ‘Red Line’ Issue at G20, Rebuking Trump
President Emmanuel Macron of France said that he would not sign any Group of 20 joint statement unless it dealt with climate change, in a barb at President…
Jun 26, 2019 20:11 UTC Business Read More
US troops are using dating apps more and condoms less as sexually transmitted infections surge within the ranks
*Service* members are increasingly having sex without condoms, contributing to the rise in rates of sexually transmitted infections.
Jun 26, 2019 20:10 UTC Health Read More
Team combines cutting-edge modeling with 300-year-old statistical analysis technique to enhance material properties
At some point in your life, you've probably had somebody—a parent, a teacher, a mentor—tell you that "the more you practice, the better you become.
Jun 26, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More
The fundamental physics of frequency combs sheds light on nature's problem-solving skills
Nature has a way of finding optimal solutions to complex problems. For example, despite the billions of ways for a single protein to fold, proteins always fold in a…
Jun 26, 2019 19:36 UTC Science Read More
Learning from experience is all in the timing
As animals explore their environment, they learn to master it. By discovering what sounds tend to precede predatorial attack, for example, or what smells predict…
Jun 26, 2019 19:35 UTC Science Read More
'5B' Documentary Spotlights The Nation's First AIDS Hospital Unit : Shots Health News
A new documentary tells the story of America's first inpatient unit dedicated to the care of people with AIDS. Nurse Cliff Morrison helped create 5B in 1983, and…
Jun 26, 2019 18:20 UTC Health Read More
The Raspberry Pi 4's Most Interesting Quirks
The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is finally here, a $35 device that packs a lot of useful technology on a single circuit board you can hold in your hand. It might even…
Jun 26, 2019 18:15 UTC Technology Read More
FAA concerned about Southwest Airlines' lax safety requirements
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has reassigned some senior managers overseeing Southwest Airlines on concerns about lax safety requirements.
Jun 26, 2019 17:29 UTC Business Read More
Why BlackBerry Stock Fell Wednesday
Shares of BlackBerry (NYSE: BB), a provider of security-focused software and services for enterprises, took a hit on Wednesday. The stock fell as much as 10.1%…
Jun 26, 2019 17:18 UTC Business Read More
Pa. might devise punishments for docs who give more than a week of opioid painkillers
The main sponsor of a bill that would ban doctors from prescribing more than seven days' worth of opioids says it's also time to consider stiffer penalties for…
Jun 26, 2019 16:57 UTC Health Read More
Why it's so hard to make a foldable smartphone
The tech industry is looking for its next big thing. Foldable phones are promising but are proving to be a monumental engineering challenge.
Jun 26, 2019 16:46 UTC Technology Read More
Harlem Globetrotters Announce The Harlem Globetrotters Fund at Nationwide Children's Hospital
The Harlem Globetrotters have joined On Our Sleeves, the national movement to transform childhood mental health developed by Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Today, the world-famous basketball team announced the creation of The Harlem Globetrotters Fund at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. As Ambassadors of Goodwill, the Globetrotters are internationally known for championing issues that impact children and families. Deeply committed to bringing the message of positive mental health to their fans and communities around the world, the Globetrotters will support advocacy for breaking the stigma,...
Jun 26, 2019 15:30 UTC Mental-Health Read More
Study links common chemical in cosmetics and toothpaste to osteoporosis
Exposure to a chemical commonly used to reduce bacterial contamination in cosmetics, toothpaste and products like toys and clothing may come with an…
Jun 26, 2019 15:03 UTC Health Read More
Maryland's Health Care Price Controls Aren't Solving Problems—They're Creating Them
The 2020 Democratic field, as with much of the Democratic party, is currently fighting about whether to expand Obamacare, allow more people into Medicare, or pursue the more radical option of full-fledged single-payer. But should a Democrat win the White House next year, it's likely that left-leaning wonks will make a push for a somewhat different, lesser-known idea: "all-payer rate setting"—or, as it is more colloquially known, price controls. The basic idea behind all-payer is that the government sets prices for hospital services in a given region, offering transparency and eliminating t...
Jun 26, 2019 14:49 UTC Health-Care Read More
3D-Printing Utilized to Grow New Human Hair
Researchers from the Columbia University Irving Medical Center have developed a tissue engineering and 3D printing method to grow new hair follicles and.
Jun 26, 2019 14:23 UTC Health Read More
New research identifies Fukushima reactor material in environment
Through the analysis of specific fallout particles in the environment, a joint UK-Japan team of scientists has uncovered new insights into the sequence of events…
Jun 26, 2019 13:41 UTC Science Read More
Scientists discover molecular key to how cancer spreads
Yale researchers have discovered how metastasis, the spread of cancer cells throughout the body, is triggered on the molecular level, and have developed a…
Jun 26, 2019 13:39 UTC Health Read More
What comes first? The home or the retirement account?
By Alessandra Malito Most young adults looking to buy a home put that goal before saving for the future Sometimes it’s hard to save for retirement and a home, and you may have to choose between the two. Lions Gate/Courtesy Everett Collection After 13 years of marriage and renting, David Teicher, 34, and his wife decided to take a break from retirement saving so they could buy a home. It had always been a goal of theirs, but they needed a little more free cash to make it happen. Teicher, who is the chief content officer at Brand Innovators, a NYC-based marketing events company, said they’d a...
Jun 26, 2019 13:30 UTC Personal-Finance Read More
Will Checking Your Credit Often Hurt Your Credit Score?
Keeping track of your credit is important, but no one wants to lower their score in the process. Image source: Getty Images So you've just found out that you can check your credit online any time you want. Maybe it's a service offered through your online banking or credit card account, or perhaps you searched for ways to check your credit on your own. But you've also heard that credit checks can lower your credit score, and now you're wondering whether you'll be hurting your score every time that you check it. This is a common question on personal finance forums, so let's put the matter to…
Jun 26, 2019 13:14 UTC Personal-Finance Read More
Why I Wrote The Rx That Helped My Cancer Patient Die
Bobbie was suffering from advanced lung cancer when she told me, "Let's talk about this assisted suicide thing."
Jun 26, 2019 12:59 UTC Health Read More
Hospitals Are Joining The Freelance Revolution: Meet OBHG And The Future Of Medicine
Getty My focus this week is on doctors on demand. Medicine is a tough gig these days, and I was interested in how the gig mindset and freelance revolution has influenced medical profession. Are doctors more likely to consider a freelance career these days (what the profession calls locum tenens)? Are traditional medical practices going the way of the Dodo? Are hospitals and healthcare companies gobbling up physicians and physician groups? Digging into the topic led me to an understanding about the state of medical freelancing – it’s growing – and the discovery of an interesting obstetrics (...
Jun 26, 2019 12:39 UTC Health-Care Read More
Researchers explore architectural design of quantum computers
Credit: CC0 Public Domain A recent study led by Princeton University researchers, in collaboration with University of Maryland and IBM, explored the architectural design of quantum computers (QC). In a paper presented at the 2019 ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Computer Architecture, the researchers performed the largest real-system evaluation of quantum computers to date, using seven quantum computers from IBM, Rigetti and the University of Maryland. The researchers developed new software to compile from QC applications to hardware prototypes; on error-prone early-stage QC hardware, th...
Jun 26, 2019 12:20 UTC Computing Read More
Statins may double the risk of type 2 diabetes
New research examines the risk of receiving a type 2 diabetes diagnosis among those who are taking statins to lower their cholesterol.
Jun 26, 2019 11:04 UTC Health Read More
Oil prices rise on drop in US crude stocks, refinery outage
Oil prices rose on Wednesday, buoyed by an outage at a major refinery on the U.S. East Coast and industry data that showed U.S. crude stockpiles fell more…
Jun 26, 2019 09:34 UTC Business Read More
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