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‘Allergy’ to Her Own Sweat Is Risky for Soccer Player

‘Allergy’ to Her Own Sweat Is Risky for Soccer Player

Sweating can be uncomfortable, but for one college soccer play it goes way beyond comfort levels. Caitlin McComish, a 20-year-old from Ohio, has a reaction that is similar to an allergy to her own sweat that poses major risk to her life. McComish has always had food allergies, but the reaction to her own sweat […]

HIV-Positive Man Kicked out of Recreation League

HIV-Positive Man Kicked out of Recreation League

In such a socially advanced age, how is it that some are still stuck in the past? In Kissimmee, Florida on April 13, 2014, a 21-year-old man was kicked out of his recreation league for being HIV-positive. He revealed his status via YouTube in one of his rap songs entitled “My Best Friend.” The aspiring […]

General Mills GMOs and Forced Arbitration

General Mills GMOs and Forced Arbitration

Often when a business entity makes a bold move, there is an undercurrent, a sub-story. This sub-story is the backbone that supports the action; the real story. In the case of General Mills this week, an argument can be made for this idea. While General Mills, a company that in August of 2013 was #112 […]

E-Cigarettes: The New Haze on the Horizon

E-Cigarettes: The New Haze on the Horizon

There is a new haze on the horizon and it is not pollution from factories, chimneys, or BBQ grills. Nor does this haze refer to those sultry August days where the temperature is 110 degrees in the shade, at 8pm. People of the world, this little doodad is reusable, rechargeable, fat-free, flavor free, $20.00 not […]

Stem Cells Breakthrough Provides new Hope

Stem Cells Breakthrough Provides new Hope

Scientists at the Research Institute for Stem Cell Research in Los Angeles have provided new hope in a breakthrough stem cell research paper published last Thursday. The new study documents the successful duplication of adult stem cells using the subject’s own DNA. The team, led by researcher Young Gie Chung, was able to turn skin […]

Hunt for Easter Eggs Ends With Dead Body

Hunt for Easter Eggs Ends With Dead Body

A Tennessee woman living in the western part of Knoxville discovered a dead body under the deck of her home while she was helping her young son hunt for Easter eggs on Wednesday. Local news reports state that Tara Hanouskova began to smell a strange odor which gradually became worse over the past week, but […]

Ragwitek Approval May Be an Alternative to Shots for Ragweed Allergies

Ragwitek Approval May Be an Alternative to Shots for Ragweed Allergies

Ragwitek was approved yesterday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a treatment for short ragweed pollen induced allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever. The approval offers an alternative to allergy shots for millions of adults trying to manage their ragweed pollen allergies, says Karen Midthun, MD, who is director of the FDA […]

Newborn Iron Deficiency Unlocked

Newborn Iron Deficiency Unlocked

A study released from Argentina on Thursday may unlock a simple solution for reducing the risk of iron deficiency in newborn babies. Iron deficiency anemia means that red blood cells are not carrying sufficient oxygen to the tissues in the body. Symptoms in infants can include weakness, tiredness, irritability, loss of appetite, or rapid heartbeat […]

Where Do Blue Eyes Come From?

Where Do Blue Eyes Come From?

It is being reported that a research study done by scientists at the University of Copenhagen, in Denmark, wanted to find out where blue eyes come from. They ended up discovering that everyone living today who has that shade of eye color share a common ancestor. This individual was someone who lived around 10,000 years […]

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  • Autism and the Challenges of Easter April 18, 2014
    For most families living with an autistic loved one, everyday holds certain demands. Holidays, like Easter, provide even further challenges for those with autism. The traditions most people take for granted must be approached from a unique perspective. Zack, who is 11 years old, is moderate to high-functoning on the Autism Spectrum. He loves the […]
    Stacy Lamy
  • Peaches Geldof Funeral Arrangements Shared April 18, 2014
    The funeral arrangements for Peaches Geldof have been shared by her family. It will be a private funeral on Easter Monday (April 21), and will be held in the same church as her mother’s funeral. St. Mary Magdalene and St. Lawrence Church in Davington is also the same church that the 25-year-old socialite married and […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • Game of Thrones Spoilers Ruining the Experience? April 18, 2014
    Sharing spoilers of Game of Thrones is ruining the experience for some people. They do not want to know what happens in the episodes before they get a chance to see it themselves. The issue reached its peak so far this week after many publications started sharing the events of the “Purple Wedding” just after […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • Game of Thrones Spoilers Lead to Arguments Online April 18, 2014
    The internet has been surrounded with Game of Thrones spoilers this week that include the death of a certain character, and it has led to arguments online. Many people who have not read the books or seen the episode yet have gotten annoyed at publications for sharing the details of the character’s death, and even […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • Miley Cyrus Hits Out at Hospital Rumors April 18, 2014
    Miley Cyrus has hit out at rumors suggesting her recent trip to hospital was due to her partying ways. A number of publications decided to jump on the idea that the 21-year-old was out partying in a way to get over the recent death of her dog, Floyd. In a statement, which she linked to […]
    Alexandria Ingham

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