The No. 1 reason you can’t stay healthy – New York Post

The No. 1 reason you can’t stay healthy – New York Post

April 11, 2019 | 4:58pm When it comes to wellness, the old adage is true: You are your own worst enemy. According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, the person most likely to derail your efforts to be healthy is yourself. Results revealed a variety of barriers when attempting to reach wellness goals —…
A 99-year-old woman donated her body to science. She had no idea her organs were in the wrong places – USA TODAY

A 99-year-old woman donated her body to science. She had no idea her organs...

N'dea Yancey-Bragg USA TODAY Published 8:30 PM EDT Apr 8, 2019 A 99-year-old Oregon woman may have died not knowing that many of her organs were not where they should've been. Rose Marie Bentley is thought to be the oldest person with a rare condition called situs inversus with levocardia, meaning that her heart was…
Do the Latest Baby Monitors Ease Fears or Add Anxiety? – The Wall Street Journal

Do the Latest Baby Monitors Ease Fears or Add Anxiety? – The Wall Street...

Hovering over a sleeping newborn, watching for the reassuring sign of his or her tiny chest rising and falling, is a parental rite of passage. It’s the most terrifying and primal part of caring for a new life: Will my baby survive the night? New parents have more sophisticated baby monitors to choose from than…
‘Church’ to offer ‘miracle cure’ despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach – The Guardian

‘Church’ to offer ‘miracle cure’ despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach – The Guardian

A group calling itself Genesis II Church of Health and Healing plans to convene at a hotel resort in Washington state on Saturday to promote a “miracle cure” that claims to cure 95% of all diseases in the world by making adults and children, including infants, drink industrial bleach. The group is inviting members of…
It’s Grandparents vs. Parents in the Battle Over Kids’ Screens – The Wall Street Journal

It’s Grandparents vs. Parents in the Battle Over Kids’ Screens – The Wall Street...

Grandparents have long indulged their grandchildren with sweets, toys and late bedtimes, often to the dismay of the parents stuck in the middle. But concerns about screen time and cellphone usage are creating a whole new set of issues. When they hear that the grandparents are giving the children extra screen time, parents debate whether…
OHSU doctors, scientists discover MS breakthrough – KGW.com

OHSU doctors, scientists discover MS breakthrough – KGW.com

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‘If I had known cancer was linked to implants, I would never have gotten them’ – Washington Post

‘If I had known cancer was linked to implants, I would never have gotten...

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It feels like conversion therapy for gay children, say clinicians – The Times

It feels like conversion therapy for gay children, say clinicians – The Times

Ex-NHS staff fear that homophobia is driving a surge in ‘transgender’ young people Polly Carmichael is director of the NHS Gender Identity Development Service in north London. The service has been accused of failing to warn young people about the long-term impact of treatment Inside the clinic rooms of the Tavistock, the private heartache of…
Implant turns brain signals into synthesized speech – Engadget

Implant turns brain signals into synthesized speech – Engadget

The results aren't flawless. Although the system accurately captures the distinctive sound of someone's voice and is frequently easy to understand, there are times when the synthesizer produces garbled words. It's still miles better than earlier approaches that didn't try to replicate the vocal tract, though. Scientists are also testing denser electrodes on the brain…

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