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Do you remember hoppity hop balls? My friend had one when we were little, and I always wanted to play with it. We didn’t have one, probably because they’re an excellent way to crack your skull open. I went to volunteer at the twins’ school this week, and the gym teacher had taken out HOPPITY […]
Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler arrested in bar brawl, Denver airport bans pot-themed souvenirs, and teen dealer dies after cops forced him to eat crack.
Cholo-goth duo Prayers' songs are about the harsh realities of gang life set over a catchy 80s-type sound of synthesizers and electronic beats.
Studies show that the size of your dinnerware can really impact how full or hungry you feel; in fact, we're wired to want to finish whatever's on our plate. Instead of piling onto a huge platter, use salad plates or shallower bowls in order to keep portions in check. Show More Summary
More than two drinks per day was defined by the study's authors as "heavy" drinking
Plans include collecting genetic data on one million Americans so that scientists can suit drugs and treatments to patients’ specific traits, officials said.
Ariel with wet hair. Belle with hair stuck to lip gloss. Sleeping Beauty's bed head. Snow White with humidity frizz. Mulan vs static. Elsa with GASP roots! A more realistic volume for Jasmine. Pocahontas can't see to paint with this wind. Lots more funny stuff on steveinaspeedo.tumblr.com! Steve in a Speedo http://iwannagetphysical.blogspot.com/
The centerpiece of President Obama’s new “precision medicine initiative” would be a massive database containing the genetic profiles, medical histories and other data of a million or more willing Americans.Read full article >>
One problem with theories which start with genes and then go on to try to explain complex mental outcomes such as psychosis or autism in the way in which the imprinted brain theory does is that they leave you asking what, if anything,...Show More Summary
Grey or gray matter. However you spell it, if you meditate, oh, it’s a-changin’. And that’s what a team of Harvard researchers is telling us. The most astounding part? Our brain’s gray matter can change in shape and size (for the better, mind you) in just eight weeks of practicing meditation. Show More Summary
By J.B. Handley The nadir for me came on January 6, 2011, when Anderson Cooper interviewed Dr. Andrew Wakefield live on national television. It was an absurd and painful moment. Anderson Cooper, a journalist I had generally respected, treated Andy...
Some nutrition scientists are concerned that with the profusion of fortified foods, beverages and supplements, many people may be ingesting levels of vitamins and other nutrients that are not only unnecessary, but potentially harmfu...
We invite you to read Oregon Law Review: Herd Immunity and Compulsory Childhood Vaccination: Does the Theory Justify the Law? By MARY HOLLAND AND CHASE E. ZACHARY ABSTRACT: Compulsory childhood vaccination is a cornerstone of U.S. public health policy. All...
The Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to settle a three-year-old lawsuit brought on behalf of homeless veterans by pledging to build permanent and transitional “bridge” housing.
Research on the cooperation that goes on in a cancerous tumor could point to a new strategy for fighting the disease.
We see her virtually every day. Either we run into her in the lobby, on the elevator or we meet her as she is leaving and we are coming home. Our schedules must be very similar. On top of that, she like we, hasn't filled her life with rushing and as a result we often stop to chat. Show More Summary
Last time we checked in with the Seattle Seahawks they were making history winning Super Bowl XLVII. Before that they were talking about changing the future of football with yoga and meditation, again, making history, albeit of a different kind. Show More Summary