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Smoking and heavy alcohol use are associated with epigenetic signs of aging

Cigarette smoking and heavy alcohol use cause epigenetic changes to DNA that reflect accelerated biological aging in distinct, measurable ways, according to research presented at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) 2015 Annual Meeting in Baltimore. read more

Study of Twins Claims Saliva Test Can Predict Sexual Orientation 67 Percent of the Time

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Tuck Ngun, a researcher from UCLA, claims he has discovered that a saliva can predict sexual orientation with a high rate of success.  He is presenting his findings today at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland… The post Study of Twins Claims Saliva Test Can Predict Sexual Orientation 67 Percent of the Time appeared first on Towleroad.

Some Jerk In Michigan Shot This Cat With An Arrow

This cat was found on Monday with an arrow through his chest -- and there's a bounty out for whoever did it.  The Capital Area Humane Society in Lansing, Michigan, is offering $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction...Show More Summary

Poisoning People, the Future and the Public Interest in Flint, Michigan

Lead is a devastating toxin. It ravages the brain. Robs children of IQ points and brain function. And deprives our society of vast potential. It has cast a huge, destructive shadow across human civilization. That's why Americans eliminated it from paint. Show More Summary

The Race to Save Pets From South Carolina's Flood Waters

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The Humane Society helped relocate 22 dogs in Lee County.

Listen, Parents Have a Right to Zone Out On Their Phones

As a society, our biggest beef with smart phones is the head-in-the-sand factor—that we’re no longer aware of social etiquette or the value of human interaction. My biggest gripe goes the other way: That every time I’m trying to use my phone, people act as if I should be paying attention to them instead. Read more...

Sex In 2050: More Robots, Less Humans

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Perhaps the biggest risk isn’t what a generation of childless robot humpers will do to society’s reproduction rates, but rather a future in which AI-on-AI intimacy has the capacity for serious damage.

Woman Has Meltdown as Black Bear Chews on Her Kayak in Alaska

6 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

YouTube Link When I took one of my dogs to obedience school at the Humane Society, one piece of wisdom the instructor imparted was "Remember, dogs don't speak English." It seemed like he was stating the obvious at the time, but soonShow More Summary

Newswire: CBS to go after the most dangerous game in new manhunt reality show

Modern society forces us to suppress it, and our refined culture makes us think it was never there in the first place, but deep down, we all wish we could know what it feels like to hunt a fellow human being. To test their need for survival against our thirst for sport. Show More Summary

Grace In Extremis, And Its Reward

I’m not going to get in the way. This story speaks for itself: I’ll only add that I found Francine Christoph’s story to be both a reminder of the evil of which human individuals and societies are capable, and a glorious rebuke to those then and now who would urge us to heed our yetzer hara. This space reserved for your ad.

Tim Cook: Businesses Should 'Step Up and Lead' On Human Rights

The Apple CEO says the private sector has a responsibility to society to take the helm where government is failing to do so.

Kitten named 'Miracle' recovering after being found in paper bag in Wis.

A tiny kitten with a strong will to live is recovering weeks after it was found in a paper bag by kids. The Wisconsin Humane Society said the kitten was less than three weeks old when it was found in Racine Sept. 7. The Racine Journal Times reported that the children found it after one of them...

Virtual Town Hall Meeting Examines Reframing Meaningful Use Regulations

After sending letters to  Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell and Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan last week, the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) will hold a virtual town hall meeting to give physicians and others a chance to discuss concerns with poorly designed EHRs and... Read More

Wayne Pacelle CEO of The Humane Society of the United States: Protecting The Rights of Animals At All Costs

The horrific news of Cecil the lion sounded a worldwide cry for help. The news of the poaching and eventual trophy kill by the Minnesota dentist who supposedly was lead astray by Zimbabwe field guides usurped every mainstream media sound bite including those of Donald Trump. Show More Summary

Workshop: “Effects of ocean acidification on ecosystems and human societies”, 24-25 November 2015, Stockholm

Deadline for applications: 20 October 2015! In partnership with IMBER (Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems Research), the Swedish National Committee for Global Environmental Change and the Environmental Committee at theShow More Summary

Energy for Humanity vision explained by co-founder Kirsty Gogan

Nuclear4Climate posted the below video on their YouTube channel yesterday. It features Kirsty Gogan, the Executive Director and one of three cofounders of the U.K. based civil society group Energy for Humanity. Though there is a small...Show More Summary

How to Design Los Angeles

The Cool Kids is a series documenting creative humans shaping present day society with their work and outlook. BRET WITKE | WITKE DESIGN GROUP | FOUNDER Bret Witke was born to design Los Angeles culture. His destiny started at an early age while he watched his mother help design Disneyland's forever iconic Tomorrowland. Show More Summary

Dogs from "meat farm" in South Korea arrive in San Diego for adoption

Twenty-nine dogs that were once part of a "meat farm" in South Korea arrived Thursday in San Diego for possible adoption, part of a Humane Society program that hopes to end the Korean tradition of eating dog meat.

Paring back the social sciences in Japan, the fourth arrow of Abenomics?

Here is the latest, I do not know the backstory but this seems to be of interest: Many social sciences and humanities faculties in Japan are to close after universities were ordered to “serve areas that better meet society’s needs”. Of the 60 national universities that offer courses in these disciplines, 26 have confirmed that […]

Just in: 17 Japanese universities abolish humanities and liberal arts

A call from prime minister Abe to accentuate ‘practical vocational education that better anticipates the needs of society’ has drawn a rapid response. Out of 60 national universities that offer courses in humanities and social sciences, 26 say they will cut back their faculties. Of these, 17 will shut them altogether, according to the THES. Japan’s universities […]

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