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13 Myths About Society Too Many People Believe

I am to science what Albert Einstein was to trap music. All I can do is defer to the experts, and what the experts say is alarmingly different from what I’m hearing from friends and headlines. So here’s a pile of commonly believed things which people smarter than me, using scientific methods, have said are probably bullshit. there’s no measurable ...

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Police talked with YouTube shooter hours before attack — and say they didn’t notice anything disturbing

(CNN)Eleven hours before she shot up YouTube headquarters and then killed herself, Nasim Najafi Aghdam chatted with police. “At no point during our roughly 20 minute interaction with her did she mention anything about YouTube, if she was upset with them, or that she had planned to harm herself or others … she was calm and cooperative.” So officers notified ...

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C.R. Bard Must Pay Punitive $35 Million in Vaginal-Mesh Case

New Jersey woman blamed Bard’s inserts for her injuries, pain Vaginal-insert trial was first against company in New Jersey resolve a raft of suits over its mesh inserts, which have been criticized by women for damaging organs and robbing them of normal sex lives. Bard has consolidated before a federal judge in West Virginia. The company also faces about 150 ...

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Stacey Dash Withdraws From Congressional Race After Just ONE MONTH!

Sorry. But Stacey gotta Dash! The conservative Clueless star declared last month In her withdrawal announcement, she said: “At this point, I believe that the overall bitterness surrounding our political process, participating in the rigors of campaigning, and holding elected office would be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of my family. I would never want to betray the personal ...

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Super Gonorrhea Is Here, But Dont WorryYet

It appears the world has its first case of "super gonorrhea" thats resistant to the common antibiotics-drug combination used to fight the infection, told The Guardian. Neisseria gonorrhaoeae, a strain of the disease that is sometimes characterized by painful urination and a pus-like discharge from the penis, but can also be sneaky and show no symptoms at all. report that ...

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8 Things Science Says Predicts Divorce

No one can say with 100% certainty that a couple is heading for disaster. But social scientists have gotten pretty good at predicting who’s most likely to wind up there. These couples share certain commonalities — in the way they fight and the way they describe their relationship, but also in their education level and employment status. Below, Business Insider has rounded up seven factors that predict ...

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Michigan will end Flint’s free bottled water program

(CNN)As Michigan ends a free bottled water program in Flint claiming the water quality has been restored, some residents don’t believe it’s safe to drink or use yet. The free bottled water program was part of a $450 million state and federal aid package. The state had been handing out bottled water and filters at several distribution points across the ...

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Sophisticated Tools Lead to Breakthroughs in Prenatal Surgery

Many breakthroughs in prenatal surgery have only been possible because of ever more sophisticated instruments. Since 2011, Michael Belfort, the chief obstetrician at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, has been enhancing the tools he uses to operate on a developing fetus. His modified instruments have led to fewer preterm deliveries and C-sections for mothers, and his surgeries have helped improve ...

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Musicians hit by ‘worst scam in 20 years’

‘Hate campaign’ Singer Sarah Kaloczi said she paid £2,000 to BMU for a contract that was supposed to include music production, marketing, gigs and tours, as well as help to secure a recording contract. The company failed to deliver these services or refund her money and she now faces being evicted from her flat. “They took everything I had put ...

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