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'The Lion King' Is Getting a Live-Action Remake—Here's Who's Been Cast So Far

Donald Glover and James Earl Jones have been cast as Simba and Mufasa in Disney's new Lion King live-action remake.

A Former Engineer's Blog Post Has Launched an "Urgent" Sexual Harassment Investigation at Uber

Uber's launched an "urgent investigation" into workplace sexual harassment after a former engineer wrote a blog post that quickly went viral.

Emma Watson Sings 'Belle' in a New 'Beauty and the Beast' Preview

Today, Disney continued its devious plan of toying with our heartstrings when it dropped this minute-long Beauty and the Beast spot (yes, a full minute).

Does your MS Fatigue and Energy Need a Boost?

Does your MS fatigue and energy need a boost? I know mine does; having multiple sclerosis drains my battery very quickly. Add to that a terrible cold I had recently, and my fatigue has doubled, and my energy has left the building! While...Show More Summary

Beyoncé Wore a $22,000 Gucci Kimono to the NBA All-Star Game

Beyoncé and Jay-Z sat courtside on Sunday at the NBA All-Star basketball game in New Orleans, and her look definitely made a statement

Study: Affordable Care Act Helped Cover People with Chronic Illness

A recent study found that more people with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, have had insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare). As the study authors have written, half of all Americans have 1 or more chronic illnesses and many in this group happen to be racial and ethnic minorities who haven’t had insurance coverage […]

Metabolism drives growth, division of cancer cells

The metabolic state of tumor cells contributes to signals that control the proliferation of tumor cells. In the 1920s, scientists observed that tumor cells radically change their metabolism. This process was termed "Warburg Effect",Show More Summary

Getting Through Mental Burden of a Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis

In the span of just 30 minutes, a person’s life can be completely changed. The Type 2 Diagnosis Imagine being seemingly healthy, fit, young person. Or even maybe someone who isn’t maybe that fit, but not drastically overweight either. You also may, or may not have a family history of diabetes. However, you find yourself […]

Help Fund Film Addressing Meth and Sex In the Latinx Community

In the provocative film, T-Time, Latin director Gabriel Torres shows the hidden world of crystal meth and chemsex parties in New York City.

Angelina Jolie Opens Up About Her Divorce From Brad Pitt: "We Will Always Be a Family"

Angelina Jolie has opened up about her divorce for the first time since news of the split came to light in September.

MS Patient’s Pick of the Week’s News: BFitLifestyles, Cannabis, ARNet, Bioness and More

Here`s my Pick of the Week’s News as published by Multiple Sclerosis News Today. Fitness Trainer and MS Patient, Dolly Stokes, Launches BFitLifestyles Website with Husband Looking after what you eat and exercising according to your abilities apparently can help alleviate symptoms of many chronic illnesses including MS. Show More Summary

Ozanimod Reduces Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Rate, Phase 3 Trial Shows

A Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating the safety and effectiveness of ozanimod (RPC-1063) in patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) has reduced the disease’s annualized relapse rate (ARR), researchers reported. Leading the Phase 3 SUNBEAM trial (NCT02576717) is Celgene Corporation, which developed  ozanimod. Show More Summary

Study shows strong long-term survival rates for patients with GIST

Nearly one in four patients with incurable gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) treated with Gleevec will survive 10 years, a new report outlines.

#ACTRIMS2017 – Forum for MS Research and Treatment Opens Feb. 23 in Orlando

The second annual Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS), a forum for clinicians, researchers and other MS specialists to network and discuss the  latest advances in MS research and treatment is set for Feb. Show More Summary

This Is How A Dietitian Goes Grocery Shopping On A Budget

An expert-approved shopping list perfect for when you need to go grocery shopping on a budget. These ingredients are cheap, versatile, and delicious.

Study Finds Massage Helps With MS Pain and Fatigue

A recent study has found that regular massage therapy is beneficial when it comes to treating pain and fatigue associated with multiple sclerosis (MS). Read our list of 26 tips to help self-manage your MS symptoms.  Twenty-four MS patients...Show More Summary

Europe Is Seeing Vast Growth in HIV-Positive Migrants

Dpsite the vast majority of migrants in Europe living with HIV being from Sub-Saharan Africa, the number of people from Central America and the Caribbean is growing fast.

The American Conservative: Why The De Niro Kennedy Mercury Challenge Matters

Note: This article in American Conservative offers a concise summary of the vaccine injury topic the mainstream media avoids at all costs. Feel free to comment at their site and share. You'll notice that our own Mark Blaxill and Jennifer...

Laura Hayes: Parental Perspective on Improving Health & Reducing Costs

A parent’s perspective on how to improve the health of Americans, and reduce the amount we spend on health care in the U.S. By Laura Hayes | Vaccines are now the leading cause of chronic illnesses, developmental disabilities, and premature...

An Open Letter to Daniel Summers, MD

Note: Thanks to Anne for this open letter to Massachusetts Pediatrician Dr. Daniel Summers. We need to ask doctors by name how they can justify vaccine injury without batting an eye. By Anne Dachel Dear Dr. Summers, I read your...

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