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AAIC19: Infectious Agents and Alzheimer's Disease - BioSpace

AAIC19: Infectious Agents and Alzheimer's Disease  BioSpaceWhy Is Alzheimer's Risk Higher For Women? : Shots - Health News  NPRNew clues on why women's Alzheimer's risk differs from men's  NBC NewsAlzheimer's test: Scientists close in on blood test for disease  KABC-TVAlzheimer?s affects women more than men. Now scientists have some clues as to why - Los Angeles Times  Los Angeles TimesView full coverage on Google News

UNAIDS calls for greater urgency as global gains slow and countries show mixed results towards 2020 HIV targets - UNAIDS

UNAIDS calls for greater urgency as global gains slow and countries show mixed results towards 2020 HIV targets  UNAIDSGlobal fight against Aids stalling, warns United Nations  Al Jazeera EnglishHIV's genetic code, hidden in old tissue, adds to signs of virus' emergence  STATTravis County Included In Federal Plan To Address Growing Number Of HIV Cases  KUT'Greater urgency' needed in fight against HIV/AIDS, warns UN agency, amidst $1 billion investment cuts  UN NewsView full coverage on Google News

Broken heart syndrome may be linked to cancer, study suggests - NBCNews.com

Broken heart syndrome may be linked to cancer, study suggests  NBCNews.comCancer could be a trigger for 'broken heart syndrome,' according to new research  Yahoo LifestyleBroken heart syndrome linked with cancer  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

Deaths related to outbreak at Virginia assisted living facility rise to 3 - wtvr.com

Deaths related to outbreak at Virginia assisted living facility rise to 3  wtvr.com3 dead, dozens ? including employees ? sick as respiratory illness spreads through Springfield assisted living facility  WTOPView full coverage on Google News

Drug Overdose Deaths Drop in U.S. for First Time Since 1990 - The New York Times

Drug Overdose Deaths Drop in U.S. for First Time Since 1990  The New York TimesA decline in prescriptions for opioid painkillers was the major factor, but deaths from fentanyl overdoses and other drugs continued to rise.

Alabama man hospitalized with flesh-eating bacteria after kayaking in river - 10TV

Alabama man hospitalized with flesh-eating bacteria after kayaking in river  10TVRicky Rutherford, 41, has been in the intensive care unit for a few days since contracting the bacterial infection.View full coverage on Google News

Downtown Atlanta hotel closes during investigation into reported cases of Legionnaires' disease - WRCB-TV

Downtown Atlanta hotel closes during investigation into reported cases of Legionnaires' disease  WRCB-TVLegionnaires? outbreak shuts down Atlanta hotel and prompts probe  Atlanta Journal Constitution3 cases of Legionnaires' disease follow visits to downtown Atlanta hotel  CNNDowntown Atlanta hotel closes after 5 guests test positive for Legionnaires? disease  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionThis is why the Sheraton Atlanta took three days to close after discovering Legionnaires' disease  11AliveView full coverage on Google News

First Ebola case in African border metropolis could be a 'game-changer,' WHO leader warns - Science Magazine

First Ebola case in African border metropolis could be a 'game-changer,' WHO leader warns  Science MagazineDRC authorities confirm death of Goma Ebola patient  Africanews English1st confirmed case of Ebola in Congolese city of Goma  CityNews TorontoEbola Outbreak Spreads South in DR Congo to City of One Million  BreitbartCongo Traces Steps of Pastor Who Brought Ebola to New City  The Daily BeastView full coverage on Google News

A Renewed Call To Extend Medicare For Kidney Transplant Anti-Rejection Drugs : Shots - Health News - NPR

A Renewed Call To Extend Medicare For Kidney Transplant Anti-Rejection Drugs : Shots - Health News  NPRA ?No-Brainer?? Calls Grow For Medicare To Cover Anti-Rejection Drugs After Kidney Transplant  Kaiser Health NewsView full coverage on Google News

Study: Healthy lifestyle may reduce risk for Alzheimer's in people at genetic risk - UPI News

Study: Healthy lifestyle may reduce risk for Alzheimer's in people at genetic risk  UPI NewsScientists Close in on Blood Test for Alzheimer?s  The Epoch TimesHealthy living may help offset genetic risk of dementia: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta PostHealthy lifestyle habits may help reduce risk of Alzheimer's  CBS NewsThese 5 Lifestyle Changes May Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer?s Disease, Dementia By 60%, Researchers Say  CBS PhillyView full coverage on Google News

WHO will take up Ebola emergency declaration question for a fourth time - CIDRAP

WHO will take up Ebola emergency declaration question for a fourth time  CIDRAPRussia ready to start shipping revolutionary Ebola vaccine to DR Congo  TASSEbola patient in DR Congo city of Goma has died: governor  Yahoo NewsAuthorities urge calm after first patient diagnosed with Ebola in Congolese city of Goma dies  FRANCE 24 EnglishEbola crisis spreads to Goma after victim slipped through three checkpoints unnoticed  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

Death Rates Fell After New York Adopted 'Rory's Regulations' For Sepsis Care : Shots - Health News - NPR

Death Rates Fell After New York Adopted 'Rory's Regulations' For Sepsis Care : Shots - Health News  NPRSepsis, the body's overreaction to infection, strikes more than a million Americans a year and kills more than 250000. Evidence suggests that regulations can ...

Scientists close in on blood test for Alzheimer's - Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Scientists close in on blood test for Alzheimer's  Honolulu Star-AdvertiserLOS ANGELES >> Scientists are closing in on a long-sought goal ? a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of ...View full coverage on Google News

Texas Father of 6 Dies of Flesh-Eating Bacteria Despite Never Going in the Water - PEOPLE.com

Texas Father of 6 Dies of Flesh-Eating Bacteria Despite Never Going in the Water  PEOPLE.comTexas man dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria from local beach  New York Post Texas man dies days after contracting flesh-eating bacteria during Fourth of July beach trip, wife says  Fox NewsFlesh eating bacteria; What you need to know  News 19 WLTXFlorida woman who survived flesh-eating bacteria says it looked like leg 'was rotting off'  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

Former KC radio host was so excited she beat cancer, she broke the ?cancer-free? bell - WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

Former KC radio host was so excited she beat cancer, she broke the ?cancer-free? bell  WDAF FOX4 Kansas CityWhen Darla Jaye, a former Kansas City talk radio host, rang the "cancer free" bell on her last day of treatment, she was bursting with joy -- and proved just how ...

There was a dramatic rise in kids entering foster care due to parents' drug use, study says - CNN

There was a dramatic rise in kids entering foster care due to parents' drug use, study says  CNNAs the opioid crisis swept across the United States, the number of kids entering the foster care system rose. From 2000 to 2017, there was a 147% increase in ...View full coverage on Google News

First Recorded Case of West Nile Virus in Iowa in 2019 - KNIA / KRLS Radio

First Recorded Case of West Nile Virus in Iowa in 2019  KNIA / KRLS RadioMan diagnosed with West Nile virus loses ability to breathe, walk  KETV OmahaHelicopter sprays mosquito killer over Palm Springs, east valley. Fight against West Nile virus stepped up  The Desert SunOmaha man trying to recover from West Nile Virus  KETV NewsWatch 7Richland County beating back mosquitoes after West Nile is found  WIS10View full coverage on Google News

3rd confirmed measles case in El Paso as disease resurges after 25-year absence - KVIA El Paso

3rd confirmed measles case in El Paso as disease resurges after 25-year absence  KVIA El PasoBritain among the worst for giving children measles vaccines  The Times20 million children miss out on life-saving vaccines, warns UN  DAWN.comToddler becomes third El Pasoan to test positive for measles in one week  KTSM News Channel 9UN: 20 million children worldwide missed out on life-saving vaccines last year | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

A complicated connection between sleep and Alzheimer?s risk - WTOP

A complicated connection between sleep and Alzheimer?s risk  WTOPNew research continues to come out of this week's Alzheimer's Association International Conference, and a few studies shine a spotlight on the complicated ...View full coverage on Google News

New measles case confirmed in Seattle nurse - OregonLive.com

New measles case confirmed in Seattle nurse  OregonLive.comSEATTLE ? Health officials say a new case of measles has been confirmed in a Seattle nurse. KOMO-TV reported Monday that Seattle Children's Hospital ...View full coverage on Google News

Money-Saving Menstrual Cups as Effective as Tampons - Newser

Money-Saving Menstrual Cups as Effective as Tampons  NewserA Better Way to Manage Your Period? Try the Menstrual Cup, Scientists Say  The New York TimesMenstrual Cups Are Safe, But Questions Remain About 'Toxic Shock' Risk, Review Finds  Live ScienceMenstrual cups as safe and effective as tampons, says scientific review  The IndependentMenstrual cups are as safe and effective as other sanitary products, report finds  Telegraph.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

Study reveals mental illness can reduce life expectancy by up to 20 years - TVNZ

Study reveals mental illness can reduce life expectancy by up to 20 years  TVNZWhy people with mental illness may face poorer physical health and early death  CNNMental illness: Physical health cuts life expectancy by 20 years  NEWS.com.auPeople with mental illness experience poorer physical health, and the gap may be getting worse, experts say  ABC NewsMental illness is so stigmatised, I sometimes wish my son had had cancer  Stuff.co.nzView full coverage on Google News

Living longer or healthier? Genetic discovery in worms suggests they can be separated - Phys.org

Living longer or healthier? Genetic discovery in worms suggests they can be separated  Phys.orgThis gene may help worms live longer, but not healthier  Science NewsView full coverage on Google News

Mosquitoes at East Side park confirmed with West Nile virus - Youngstown Vindicator

Mosquitoes at East Side park confirmed with West Nile virus  Youngstown VindicatorNebraska woman died from West Nile virus in May, health officials say  Omaha World-Herald46 mosquitoes with serious viruses found in Fresno County  KFSN-TVMosquitos from one Youngstown trap tested positive for West Nile Virus  WKBN27Gem County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus  Idaho NewsView full coverage on Google News

Vaping may aid smoking cessation but also boost relapse risk - CNA

Vaping may aid smoking cessation but also boost relapse risk  CNAAdults who vape are more likely to quit cigarettes, study finds  CNNStudy suggests vaping can reduce cigarette smoking, but also leads to higher relapse  Medical XpressAdults who vape more likely to quit cigarettes, study finds  Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3San Francisco's Top Economist Confirms Vape Ban Means More Smoking  ReasonView full coverage on Google News

Evolution Could Explain Why Staying Slim Is Tough - WebMD

Evolution Could Explain Why Staying Slim Is Tough  WebMDA Potential Hidden Factor in Why People Have So Much Trouble Losing Weight  The AtlanticWhat Kept Ancient Humans From Starving May Contribute to Modern Obesity  InverseEvolutionary guard against starvation linked to difficulty losing weight  UPI NewsView full coverage on Google News

Dangerous heat ahead, storm chances north - KCCI Des Moines

Dangerous heat ahead, storm chances north  KCCI Des MoinesThe latest KCCI weather forecast. Advertisement. Recommended. NASA sold moon landing footage to an intern for $218. Now, the tapes could sell for millions.

Victoria man dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria - KHOU.com

Victoria man dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria  KHOU.comVICTORIA, Texas ? A Victoria man who died one week ago was reportedly killed by flesh-eating bacteria after a camping trip to Magnolia Beach on Matagorda ...View full coverage on Google News

Returning to work may help mothers beat memory loss - The Times

Returning to work may help mothers beat memory loss  The TimesWomen with paying jobs see slower memory loss later in life, study says  CNNWomen who work for a salary see slower memory decline in old age, reducing their risk of dementia, a new study suggests  The Boston GlobeView full coverage on Google News

Philippines declares national alert after 456 die from dengue fever - CNN

Philippines declares national alert after 456 die from dengue fever  CNNPhilippines government sounds national alert after steep rise in deaths from dengue  Telegraph.co.ukDengue alert declared in The Philippines  The ThaigerDOH declares national dengue alert ? but no epidemic  INQUIRER.netDengue alert: 89 deaths, 15,803 cases so far this year  Philippine StarView full coverage on Google News

High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol May Pose Special Risks in Young Adults - The New York Times

High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol May Pose Special Risks in Young Adults  The New York TimesA 'wake-up' call: Your health before age 40 is tied to heart risks later in life  KSL.comFixing these two health issues in early adulthood can drastically reduce your risk of heart disease  MarketWatchHeart attacks: The number one food group that puts a person at risk - what is it?  ExpressView full coverage on Google News

Seattle Children's Hospital nurse is newest confirmed measles case - KOMO News

Seattle Children's Hospital nurse is newest confirmed measles case  KOMO NewsSeattle Children?s hospital nurse diagnosed with measles  The Seattle TimesSeattle Children's nurse has 10th case of measles in King County  KING 5Seattle Children`s nurse diagnosed with measles  Q13 FOXNew case of measles confirmed in King County  MyNorthwest.comView full coverage on Google News

Researchers think they know what's killing London's iconic sparrow - Science Magazine

Researchers think they know what's killing London's iconic sparrow  Science MagazineWhy are London's house sparrows disappearing?  TreehuggerAvian malaria behind drastic decline of London's iconic sparrow?  Phys.orgAvian MALARIA may be behind the decline of the humble European house sparrow in suburban areas  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

Mothers' work with solvents tied to higher autism risk for kids - Yahoo News

Mothers' work with solvents tied to higher autism risk for kids  Yahoo NewsMothers' work with solvents tied to higher autism risk for kids  ABS-CBN NewsView full coverage on Google News

Dr. Oz offers warning after woman's unexpected death: Don't overdo it with protein diets - Fox News

Dr. Oz offers warning after woman's unexpected death: Don't overdo it with protein diets  Fox NewsDr. Mehmet Oz joined "Fox & Friends" to react to an Australian woman's death, which was triggered by a protein-heavy diet.View full coverage on Google News

High blood pressure, high cholesterol early in life tied to heart problems later - Yahoo News

High blood pressure, high cholesterol early in life tied to heart problems later  Yahoo NewsBy Lisa Rapaport. (Reuters Health) - People with high blood pressure or elevated cholesterol before age 40 are more likely to have a heart attack later in life ...View full coverage on Google News

Woman contracts flesh-eating infection at Va. beach - PennLive

Woman contracts flesh-eating infection at Va. beach  PennLiveA Virginia woman is recovering after she contracted a flesh-eating infection from bacteria at a Norfolk beach. According to WGNT, Amanda Edwards said she ...View full coverage on Google News

Anorexia Is More Than Just A Psychiatric Condition, Genetic Study Reveals - IFLScience

Anorexia Is More Than Just A Psychiatric Condition, Genetic Study Reveals  IFLScienceAnorexia Not Just Psychiatric Disorder, Also a Metabolic One  Interesting EngineeringAnorexia has genetic links, world-first research finding shows  The AgeAnorexia nervosa: Eating disorder could be linked to metabolism, scientists say  Body and SoulNew Genetic Links Reveal Anorexia Could Be Much More Than a Psychiatric Condition  ScienceAlertView full coverage on Google News

3 dead, new total of sickened individuals reported at Greenspring Retirement Community - WJLA

3 dead, new total of sickened individuals reported at Greenspring Retirement Community  WJLA3 dead following outbreak at Fairfax County retirement community  FOX 5 DCSix more illnesses reported at Greenspring facility  WUSA9View full coverage on Google News

Mom Says Bodybuilder Daughter?s High-Protein Diet Led to Her Death, Is Now Warning Others - The Epoch Times

Mom Says Bodybuilder Daughter?s High-Protein Diet Led to Her Death, Is Now Warning Others  The Epoch TimesHeartbroken mom speaks out against protein shakes after daughter?s death  New York Post Mother calls for protein shake regulation after daughter dies  News-Medical.netView full coverage on Google News

Study Finds Possible Link between Sugary Drinks, Cancer - Voice of America

Study Finds Possible Link between Sugary Drinks, Cancer  Voice of AmericaEven one small glass of juice or soda a day can increase cancer risk, study says  Duluth News TribuneAvoid these 6 foods linked to cancer  TreehuggerDo Sugary Drinks Cause Cancer?  American Council on Science and HealthSugary drinks: The tax, SA's declining sales and new...  Daily MaverickView full coverage on Google News

Nurses are teaching doctors how to treat anti-vaccine fears and myths - Houston Chronicle

Nurses are teaching doctors how to treat anti-vaccine fears and myths  Houston Chronicle NEW YORK ? It's late on a Tuesday night during the worst measles outbreak in decades, and doctors, nurses and other health-care providers are gathered at a ...

Persistent HIV in central nervous system linked to cognitive impairment - National Institutes of Health

Persistent HIV in central nervous system linked to cognitive impairment  National Institutes of HealthMany people with HIV on antiretroviral therapy (ART) have viral genetic material in the cells of their cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), and these individuals are more ...

Gut microbes protect against neurologic damage from viral infections - Medical Xpress

Gut microbes protect against neurologic damage from viral infections  Medical XpressGut microbes produce compounds that prime immune cells to destroy harmful viruses in the brain and nervous system, according to a mouse study published ...

After Disney actor?s unexpected death, doctors explain rare epilepsy condition - KXAN.com

After Disney actor?s unexpected death, doctors explain rare epilepsy condition  KXAN.comThe death of Disney star Cameron Boyce is sparking a conversation about Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).View full coverage on Google News

Microdosing psychedelics: Does the evidence live up to the hype? - Medical News Today

Microdosing psychedelics: Does the evidence live up to the hype?  Medical News TodayNew research reviews the evidence behind the benefits of drug 'microdosing' and suggests that more "rigorous, placebo-controlled clinical studies" are ...

DHSS says measles case confirmed on Kenai Peninsula - KTUU.com

DHSS says measles case confirmed on Kenai Peninsula  KTUU.comThe Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) says that they have confirmed that a case of measles was detected on the Kenai Peninsula and ...

Scientists Find a New Kind of Cell That Helps Heal the Heart - Gizmodo

Scientists Find a New Kind of Cell That Helps Heal the Heart  GizmodoThe human body has plenty of nifty tricks to keep itself alive for as long as possible, and scientists still haven't come close to figuring them all out. Case in point, a ...View full coverage on Google News

Scientists identify metabolic features specific to the autistic brain - Medical Xpress

Scientists identify metabolic features specific to the autistic brain  Medical XpressSkoltech scientists looked into the differences in the concentrations of multiple metabolites in healthy humans and individuals suffering from Autism Spectrum ...

Study finds edible insects have more antioxidants than orange juice - Metro.co.uk

Study finds edible insects have more antioxidants than orange juice  Metro.co.ukEdible Insects Revealed to Pack a Nutrient Punch Beyond Just Protein  InverseGrasshoppers and silkworms have antioxidant capacity similar to fresh orange juice, says study  Phys.orgAre crickets and other creepy crawlies the new superfood?  Medical News TodayEating ants could protect against cancer, study finds  Telegraph.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

Flesh-eating bacteria hospitalizes local woman - FOX 5 San Diego

Flesh-eating bacteria hospitalizes local woman  FOX 5 San DiegoSAN DIEGO -- The July 4th holiday turned into a nightmare for Noelle Guastucci of University Heights. Her left foot began to swell and developed a rash.

VR lullaby machine shown to induce tranquil pre-sleep states - Science Daily

VR lullaby machine shown to induce tranquil pre-sleep states  Science DailyArt meets technology for this immersive VR experience that can ease you into the right frame of mind for sleep.View full coverage on Google News

Number of Cyclosporiasis cases in Mass. rises to 80 - Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

Number of Cyclosporiasis cases in Mass. rises to 80  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7NewsDPH: More than 80 cases of cyclosporiasis reported; fresh produce likely cause  Boston 25 NewsView full coverage on Google News

9-year-old?s mysterious death from common cold virus has doctors flummoxed - New York Daily News

9-year-old?s mysterious death from common cold virus has doctors flummoxed  New York Daily NewsBoy, 9, Mysteriously Dies From Virus Associated With the Common Cold  PEOPLE.comView full coverage on Google News

Study finds transgender, non-binary autism link - EurekAlert

Study finds transgender, non-binary autism link  EurekAlertNew research indicates that transgender and non-binary individuals are significantly more likely to have autism or display autistic traits than the wider population ...

Breakthrough at OSU: 'This mouse will be helpful for patients with this disease' - nbc16.com

Breakthrough at OSU: 'This mouse will be helpful for patients with this disease'  nbc16.comCORVALLIS, Ore. - Researchers at Oregon State have made a breakthrough discovery understanding the causes of a serious birth defect of the skull. Roughly ...

Retirement Healthcare Costs: Let's Get Real - Morningstar.com

Retirement Healthcare Costs: Let's Get Real  Morningstar.comMany worry about healthcare spending in retirement, but it's important to break the numbers down and plan accordingly, says contributor Mark Miller.

NIH and partners to launch HIV vaccine efficacy trial in the Americas and Europe - National Institutes of Health

NIH and partners to launch HIV vaccine efficacy trial in the Americas and Europe  National Institutes of HealthNIH begins HIV vaccine trials in North America, South America, Europe  UPI NewsView full coverage on Google News

The Happiness Dividend: Longer, Healthier Lives - WebMD

The Happiness Dividend: Longer, Healthier Lives  WebMDPeople happy with themselves and their well-being tend to live longer and healthier lives than those who are perpetually down in the dumps, British researchers ...

Holes in the immune system left unrepaired despite drug therapy - Medical Xpress

Holes in the immune system left unrepaired despite drug therapy  Medical XpressIf they don't receive antiretroviral therapy (ART), most HIV patients see a progressive weakening of their immune system. But a very small percentage of ...

Loose RNA molecules rejuvenate skin, researchers discover - Medical Xpress

Loose RNA molecules rejuvenate skin, researchers discover  Medical XpressWant to smooth out your wrinkles, erase scars and sunspots, and look years younger? Millions of Americans a year turn to lasers and prescription drugs to ...

People who microdose psychedelic substances report improved mood and focus - Medical Xpress

People who microdose psychedelic substances report improved mood and focus  Medical XpressA University of Toronto Mississauga researcher and his colleagues have "uncovered high potential research avenues" for assessing the benefits and drawbacks ...View full coverage on Google News

Do backyard mosquito sprayers also kill good bugs, like bees? CuriousNC finds out. - Durham Herald Sun

Do backyard mosquito sprayers also kill good bugs, like bees? CuriousNC finds out.  Durham Herald SunChemicals used by companies that spray backyards to kill mosquitoes can also kill pollinators. But there are ways to lessen the impact on beneficial insects, ...

Neither male nor female: Why some nonbinary people are 'microdosing' hormones - NBCNews.com

Neither male nor female: Why some nonbinary people are 'microdosing' hormones  NBCNews.comHormone microdosing ? taking small doses of testosterone or estrogen ? is of growing interest to some nonbinary people who want to masculinize or feminize ...

Too Much Social Media, Television Leads to Increased Teen Depression - Interesting Engineering

Too Much Social Media, Television Leads to Increased Teen Depression  Interesting EngineeringStudy: Social Media Usage Linked to Teen Depression  BreitbartSocial media use linked to depression in teens: study  Aljazeera.comNew Study Links Social Media Screen Time And Teen Depression  CBS PhillyIncreasing social media use tied to rise in symptoms of depression, study says  St. Lucia Times Online NewsView full coverage on Google News

Insects Experience Chronic Pain after Serious Injury | Biology - Sci-News.com

Insects Experience Chronic Pain after Serious Injury | Biology  Sci-News.comSwatting a Fly Without Killing It May Cause It Pain for the Rest of Its Life, Study Finds  GizmodoResearchers find insects feel chronic pain  SlashGearView full coverage on Google News

The mountain climbers showing diabetes doesn't have to be an uphill struggle - BBC News

The mountain climbers showing diabetes doesn't have to be an uphill struggle  BBC NewsEverything you think you know about Type 1 diabetes is wrong  SBSView full coverage on Google News

Source: King County Exec. Constantine retaliated against sheriff?s detective - MyNorthwest.com

Source: King County Exec. Constantine retaliated against sheriff?s detective  MyNorthwest.comSources allege that King County Executive Dow Constantine retaliated against a member of his protection unit who he believes spoke to the media.View full coverage on Google News

A new tool for data scientists and biologists and more - Tech Xplore

A new tool for data scientists and biologists and more  Tech XploreThe social network Linkedin will tell a user how he/she is connected to another. In real life, points of connection are not always that evident. However, identifying ...

Gym, eat, repeat: the shocking rise of muscle dysmorphia - The Guardian

Gym, eat, repeat: the shocking rise of muscle dysmorphia  The GuardianThe idealised male body has become bigger, bulkier and harder to achieve. So what drives a generation of young men to the all-consuming, often dangerous ...