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Daily Deal: M535 Wireless Optical Mouse

10 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The proper desk set up can help you avoid injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome. Part of a good ergonomic set up is an adjustable mouse like the M535 Wireless Optical Mouse available in the store for 50% off. Gamers and desk jockeys will...Show More Summary

UFC 187 predictions, preview, and analysis

We've sure come a long way since "Snaggletooth" vs. "Crumble." Now that you've (hopefully) finished making fun of dead Malaysians and people with Down syndrome, it's time to sit up straight, puff out your chest, and celebrate Memorial...Show More Summary

Why studying Alzheimer’s in people with Down Syndrome could help everyone

People with Down Syndrome run a very high risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, despite having shorter expected lifespans than the rest of the population, because of the genetic abnormality that they inherited from their parents.Read full article >>

Medical News Today: Metabolic syndrome could increase cardiovascular risks

Two new studies have suggested that people with metabolic syndrome - particularly black women - may face an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Tomorrowland Is Baby-Boomer Nostalgia At Its Most Dreary

12 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Lots of movies have a wonderful first half, followed by a blah second half. Setup is often easier than follow-through. But Tomorrowland, out today, might become the clearest example of this syndrome. And the reason Tomorrowland falls apart halfway through is because it sinks into Baby Boomer angst. Spoilers ahead... Read more...

Why Do People Mock This Father and Daughter With a Genetic Facial Disfigurement?

Simon Moore and his daughter Alice both have a genetic condition called Treacher Collins syndrome, or TC.  Throughout his entire childhood Simon was mocked and bullied by other children and adults for having physical differences imparted by TC.  Simon says that his baby girl will be reaffirmed every day – that he will always tell her […]

Teen model with Down syndrome is the true meaning of beautiful

Maddy Stuart is no regular teen — she wants to change the world's view of people with Down syndrome, one pose at a time. The 18-year-old Australian aspiring model is using the platform of social media to spread her message. With 322,000...Show More Summary

Police Helping Taylor Swift Fan With Down Syndrome, Terminal Cancer Meet Her Idol

Some kind cops are working to make a Taylor Swift superfan's wish come true. The Dover Police Department in Delaware, aka the department that's home to the sassy officer who sings Swift's "Shake It Off" in a viral video, is rallyingShow More Summary

How To Turn Impostor Syndrome Into A Superpower

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Everybody gets impostor syndrome, but it’s a disease that hits geeks especially hard. You know how it is: You feel like you couldn’t possibly belong, that you can’t measure up, that everyone will realize you’re a fake. Here’s how to turn impostor syndrome into your own superpower. Read more...

An Aspiring Model with Down Syndrome Is Ready to Change the World

18-year-old Australian Maddy Stuart is on a mission to challenge our beauty standards.

What 1 Police Department Did For This Teen Will Melt Your Heart

Victoria's Wish 13 year old Victoria Marsh, from Delaware, asked us to help make her wish of meeting Taylor Swift come true. Victoria, who has Down Syndrome, was recenlty diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer. So we made this video to support her and hopefully grant her wish to meet Taylor Swift. Show More Summary

South Korea Confirms Third Case of MERS Virus

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

Health officials in South Korea have confirmed a third case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) this week. The two most recent cases in South Korea are people who became infected after being in contact with the first case, who tested positive for the virus following a trip to the Middle East, Reuters reports. Show More Summary

Premature aging: Scientists identify, correct defects in diseased cells

Scientists have succeeded in restoring normal activity in cells isolated from patients with the premature aging disease Cockayne syndrome. They have uncovered the role played in these cells by an enzyme, the HTRA3 protease.

Trending Stories Report for 21 May 2015

Trending news releases with the most views in a single day. Topics include: gun regulation, psychology and altruism, big data, threats to coral reefs, extra-terrestrial life, personalized diets, metabolic syndrome and heart health, new drug target to treat arthritis, and archeologists find oldest tools.

Jeb Bush, Iraq, and The Vietnam Syndrome

David Brooks is a nice guy, and thinks the rest of us have been too mean to Jeb Bush, dumping on him for his bungling responses to questions about his brother's war in Iraq. Don't dwell on the past, he wrote in his New York Times column (May 19) because you can't undo it. Show More Summary

Bats treated for white nose syndrome released in wild: New optimism

Biologists have expressed cautious optimism about a possible treatment for White-nose Syndrome (WNS). They have now released bats that had WNS last fall but were successfully treated during a field trial over the past winter.

Severely Disabled Student Suspended For Cannabis Medicine

Jaxon Stormes is a student with a severe disability, making life very challenging. He has Dravet’s syndrome, which causes him to have constant seizures, developmental delays, and other disabilities. He tried various treatments and nothing worked until they tried medical marijuana, cannabis. Show More Summary

New studies contradict earlier findings on Rett syndrome

Bone marrow transplant does not rescue mouse models of Rett syndrome, a severe neurological disease that affects very young girls, a new study shows. The findings contradict seemingly promising results published in 2012, which initiated a clinical trial for human patients. Show More Summary

Man Who Abandoned Baby With Down Syndrome Now Trying to Take Donations for Gammy’s Care

In 2014, LifeNews reported on twin baby Gammy who was abandoned by his biological parents after their surrogate refused abortion. Baby Gammy was born with Down syndrome to Thailand surrogate, Pattamaron Chanbua. After the birth, his parents, David and Wendy Farnell, fled to Australia with his healthy sister; and in August they took to Australia’s […]

Mom Battling Breast Cancer “Energized” by Her Five Children with Down Syndrome

For most, the idea of raising five children with Down Syndrome might seem a little crazy. For Leah Spring, it’s been a joy, a beautiful journey, and maybe even a life-saver. You see, while raising those five children, Leah is also battling...Show More Summary

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