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Experts warn beach-goers about flesh-eating bacteria
(WKBN) – Specialists are warning people about a rare, aggressive flesh-eating bacterial infection that was recently contracted by a 12-year-old on a Florida…
Jun 27, 2019 23:52 UTC Health Read More

Latest flu vaccine failing against current strain, CDC reports
The latest flu vaccine is failing against a strain that popped up this season, doctors are telling the CDC.
Jun 27, 2019 23:50 UTC Health Read More

Latest flu vaccine failing against current strain, CDC reports
The latest flu vaccine is failing against a strain that popped up this season, doctors are telling the CDC.
Jun 27, 2019 23:50 UTC Health Read More

Scientists built a fast, accurate, AI-powered universe simulation, but they don’t know how
Everyone's had a moment or two in their lives where they pull off an incredible feat but can't explain how they did it. Perhaps it was a near-superhuman catch in…
Jun 27, 2019 23:05 UTC Science Read More

Steam Summer Sale: Best PC Game Deals, How To Win Free Games, And More
As in recent years, Steam Summer Sale dates for 2019 have leaked, and they turned out to be correct--it's live now.
Jun 27, 2019 22:57 UTC Technology Read More

Apple Music surpasses 60 million subscribers
Today's major Apple news may be the departure of its design guru Jony Ive, but the even as the company stomachs the executive loss, their software plows…
Jun 27, 2019 22:44 UTC Technology Read More

Women who work with solvents are more likely to have autistic children
Autism's causes are mysterious, but a new US government study suggests that working with solvent chemicals that linger in the body may mean women are…
Jun 27, 2019 22:35 UTC Health Read More

Vaccine opponents demand Kansas drop plan to expand required child immunizations
Dozens of vaccination opponents filled a public hearing Thursday to fight a proposal from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to require children…
Jun 27, 2019 19:54 UTC Health Read More

Sony Xperia 1 Hands-on: The Tall 4K OLED Smartphone
It’s been a while since the Sony Xperia 1 was announced (it’s still not for sale in the US), but we finally got our hands on this flagship device. XDA TV’s Daniel Marchena recently shared his unboxing and first impressions of this device. It has a lot of the typical Sony features, but there are a few “firsts” as well. One of the big standout features of the Xperia 1 is the display. This is the first phone to feature a 4K OLED panel and it comes in the same super tall 21:9 aspect ratio that we saw on the Xperia 10 series. Sony is also doing triple rear cameras this time with a standard, wide...
Jun 27, 2019 19:43 UTC Gadgets Read More

New AI tool captures top players' strategies in RNA video game
A new artificial-intelligence tool captures strategies used by top players of an internet-based videogame to design new RNA molecules. Rohan Koodli and…
Jun 27, 2019 18:47 UTC Science Read More

Mophie's updated Juice Pack Air battery case for iPhone XS, XS Max, & XR has a Lightning port
Mophie just released an updated model of its popular Juice Pack Air battery case for the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR with full coverage, wireless charging, and a female Lightning port. Mophie Juice Pack Air comes to the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max These updated cases keep the same design as the Juice Pack Access but makes it available to not just the iPhone X and iPhone XS but the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR as well. The new model features a 1,720 mAh battery which should provide a combined total of 34 hours of max use time. Charging is accomplished through eithe...
Jun 27, 2019 18:46 UTC Gadgets Read More

Freeze frame: Researchers solve how cells unfold proteins
A happy cell is a balanced cell, but for every stupendously twisted protein it creates, it must tear the old ones asunder. That means untangling a convoluted…
Jun 27, 2019 17:59 UTC Health Read More

Subcellular antibiotic visualization reveals a dynamic drug reservoir in infected macrophages
Improving chemotherapies against intracellular pathogens requires understanding how antibiotic distribution within infected cells affects efficacy. Greenwood et…
Jun 27, 2019 17:49 UTC Health Read More

Raccoon reported in Plum Borough tests positive for rabies
The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) has confirmed that a raccoon reported on Mt. Hood Drive in Plum Borough has tested positive for rabies.
Jun 27, 2019 17:16 UTC Health Read More

Space station mold survives high doses of ionizing radiation
The International Space Station, like all human habitats in space, has a nagging mold problem. Astronauts on the ISS spend hours every week cleaning the…
Jun 27, 2019 16:19 UTC Science Read More

Milwaukee mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus
Test results are the first evidence of the presence of the West Nile virus in Wisconsin this year.
Jun 27, 2019 16:04 UTC Health Read More

With ACA going to court, Dems issue warning
In less than two weeks, a federal appeals court in Texas will hear arguments over whether it's constitutional for the Affordable Care Act to continue without the…
Jun 27, 2019 15:46 UTC Health-Care Read More

Rare 'Lone Star Tick' spotted in northern Wisconsin
A rare tick has been spotted in northern Wisconsin, one that's considered quite rare in this part of the country. But this isn't the first time the "Lone Star Tick" has…
Jun 27, 2019 15:26 UTC Health Read More

Pathway discovered that prevents buildup of Alzheimer's protein
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have discovered a pathway that functions like a car wash to prevent the buildup of a toxic protein associated…
Jun 27, 2019 14:59 UTC Health Read More

Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates have now fallen to a 3-year low 2019-06-27
This week, the average U.S. rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage fell to a three-year low, according to the latest Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Jun 27, 2019 14:00 UTC Business Read More

US weekly jobless claims rose more than expected
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, but there is still no sign of a significant pickup in…
Jun 27, 2019 13:05 UTC Business Read More

Facebook’s Libra probably won’t help people without bank accounts
Facebook says Libra is aimed at helping people without bank accounts. But in many of the places where those people leave, the cryptocurrency doesn't get off…
Jun 27, 2019 12:59 UTC Business Read More

How much damage are smart phones, computers and tablets doing to our bodies? TheHill
Multiple studies have shown a relationship between excess smartphone use and a negative impact on psychological health as a smartphone interferes with…
Jun 27, 2019 12:30 UTC Computing Read More

The Morning After: Oppo's under-screen camera kills phone notches
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Good morning, there! The latest company to hitch a ride on Amazon Prime is eBay, promising its own deals if Amazon's…
Jun 27, 2019 12:06 UTC Technology Read More

Nintendo Acknowledges Switch Mini Rumours, Says It Is "Always" Developing New Hardware
For some time now, all evidence has been pointing towards an upcoming 'Switch Mini' console revision which will offer a cheaper option for buyers at retail.
Jun 27, 2019 11:59 UTC Technology Read More

Atomic motion captured in 4-D for the first time
Everyday transitions from one state of matter to another—such as freezing, melting or evaporation—start with a process called "nucleation," in which tiny clusters…
Jun 27, 2019 11:49 UTC Science Read More

The Marvel of Virtual Reality: How VR Gives Students Superpowers
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of presenting for the second year in a row alongside my good friend Paola Paulino as a part of the BETT MEA Conference in…
Jun 27, 2019 11:46 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More

Invesco: Still Too Cheap And Still Paying A 6% Dividend
The investment management industry is going through dramatic changes, and companies that want to survive must quickly adapt or acquire to adapt. The impact…
Jun 27, 2019 10:44 UTC Business Read More

'You Look Fat in Blue': Salt Lake City Meteorologist Allison Croghan Publicly Shames Troll, Who Gets Fired
Fox 13 meteorologist shared spiteful messages she was sent online while urging man to seek therapy.
Jun 27, 2019 09:31 UTC Science Read More

Sino-U.S. trade truce hopes rekindle risk appetite
LONDON (Reuters) - Risk appetite returned to world markets on Thursday following a media report the United States and China have tentatively agreed to a…
Jun 27, 2019 08:43 UTC Business Read More

Scientists successfully transfer first test tube rhino embryo
Scientists in Europe said Tuesday they've successfully transferred a test tube rhino embryo back into a female whose eggs were fertilized in vitro, as part of an…
Jun 27, 2019 08:42 UTC Science Read More

Morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer, says study
Sleep traits could be a risk factor for breast cancer, new research suggests. Women who said they preferred to get out of bed early were found to have a lower…
Jun 27, 2019 08:39 UTC Health Read More

Total solar eclipse will darken skies over South America next week
Skywatchers the world over are gearing up for a total solar eclipse July 2 — the first since the “Great American Eclipse” of 2017.
Jun 27, 2019 08:33 UTC Science Read More

Big birds: Giant, 1,000-pound birds once roamed around Europe
Talk about your big bird. At 1,000 pounds and over 10 feet tall, it was one of the largest birds that ever lived in Earth's history. And almost 2 million years ago,…
Jun 27, 2019 07:25 UTC Science Read More

Biden vows to oppose any Democrat or Republican who wants to dismantle ObamaCare TheHill
Former Vice President Joe Biden said the fastest way to get to universal health care coverage is to build on ObamaCare and vowed to oppose any Democrat or…
Jun 27, 2019 07:00 UTC Health-Care Read More

A second Florida city paid hackers thousands to get its computer systems back
It's the latest city hit in a growing trend of ransomware attacks on governments.
Jun 27, 2019 07:00 UTC Computing Read More


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