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Unless you’re some kind of superhuman or evil genius, chances are you lose your phone from time to time. In most instances, it turns out to be somewhere totally obvious…your pocket or bag, even. In others, somewhere a bit odd…maybe the fridge or an inexplicable corner in the office. But how about losing your car? […]

With the European Space Agency’s Rosetta project having come to a dramatic end, project scientist Matt Taylor opened up to U.K. publication The Guardian in a revealing interview on what may be next for ESA after the comet-chasing spacecraft crash-landed into 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, and created a buzz several times […]

Xiaomi will be hosting a press event on May 10, as the fast-rising Chinese company is set to unveil a couple new products, such as the Xiaomi Max and Mi Band 2, as well as the new MIUI 8 operating system/user experience. But it would appear that there’s another piece of Xiaomi hardware set to […]

America’s favorite hybrid has just gotten a lot better where it counts the most, in the form of the new Prius Prime. At the New York International Auto Show this week, the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime made its big debut, and many are saying it’s a vast improvement over the variant it will be replacing, […]

There’s no doubt that concussions are serious business in all levels of sports. This is especially true in youth leagues, where children tend to suffer concussion symptoms later than adults do. Then you’ve got the countless number of athletes who have retired due to concussions, including several NFL players and WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan just […]

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World leaders in growing numbers are speaking out against Donald Trump’s “extreme vetting” immigration policy, which has already seen tens of thousands of people take to the streets in protests against the measures. The latest being Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who rather than criticize Trump directly has instead re-affirmed the commitment of the Canadian […]

Unless you’re some kind of superhuman or evil genius, chances are you lose your phone from time to time. In most instances, it turns out to be somewhere totally obvious…your pocket or bag, even. In others, somewhere a bit odd…maybe the fridge or an inexplicable corner in the office. But how about losing your car? […]

Bill Gates believes in the value of education – despite the fact that his own success story paints a different picture. Quite simply, he’s probably the most famous dropout in the history of Harvard University, having bailed in 1975 to start a little-known venture called Microsoft. Speaking on Friday at another Ivy League university, Columbia […]

If you’re looking for a phone that can take a serious beating but doesn’t deliver a wallop to the wallet, the Tank Xtreme 5.0 could be exactly what you’re looking for. The latest in a long line of recently releases from Blu, it’s probably safe to say the Tank Xtreme 5.0 isn’t the prettiest device on the […]

With the European Space Agency’s Rosetta project having come to a dramatic end, project scientist Matt Taylor opened up to U.K. publication The Guardian in a revealing interview on what may be next for ESA after the comet-chasing spacecraft crash-landed into 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, and created a buzz several times […]

Each day, about 8,500 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer. That’s a figure that doesn’t include the rest of the world, as more and more people suffer from melanoma, often when they least expect it. But when it comes to avoiding the disease, it’s not as simplistic as applying sunscreen whenever you go to the […]

The researchers, who were led by applied physics and electrical engineering professor Federico Capasso, used an electron beam to create nanofins, or a structure made out of titanium dioxide. This structure has been compared to the “world’s smallest Stonehenge,” and when the small blocks in the structure are rotated in various angles, they are still […]

This move isn’t exactly unusual in Europe, as French officials are planning to ban all diesels from Paris by the year 2020. But this is a far more overarching reform, should it push forward, as it covers all cars that aren’t electrified, hybridized, or anywhere close to being “green.” Intel from behind the scenes suggests […]

A compelling new report from the Orange County Register profiled one such example of a person whose Down syndrome may have predicated future incidence of Alzheimer’s disease. Ruth Russi, who was born in 1959 with Down syndrome, was not expected to live past her fifth birthday. While manifesting the classical symptoms of the disease, she […]

This week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has rubber stamped a potentially revolutionary alternative to conventional treatment methods for opioid addiction. A possible answer to the growing epidemic of addiction plaguing the United States, the implant called Probuphine releases measured doses of buprenorphine from within the patient’s arm and has shown great potential in […]

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Each day, about 8,500 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer. That’s a figure that doesn’t include the rest of the world, as more and more people suffer from melanoma, often when they least expect it. But when it comes to avoiding the disease, it’s not as simplistic as applying sunscreen whenever you go to the […]

A compelling new report from the Orange County Register profiled one such example of a person whose Down syndrome may have predicated future incidence of Alzheimer’s disease. Ruth Russi, who was born in 1959 with Down syndrome, was not expected to live past her fifth birthday. While manifesting the classical symptoms of the disease, she […]

The Canada-based study suggests that depression was the reason for the antidepressant prescription slightly more than half of the time, based on records from Quebec physicians over the past decade. When not prescribed for depression, antidepressants were prescribed to patients suffering from an array of conditions including anxiety, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, insomnia, migraine, obsessive compulsive […]

Following the Obama administration’s release of new electronic record keeping rules, union groups and other industry organizations raised their concerns about possible loopholes in the new OSHA rules on electronic record keeping. Chief among the concerns is how the rules allegedly don’t do much to improve worker safety. The rule published Wednesday by the Occupational […]

With the United States still waging a losing war against opioid painkiller and heroin addiction, a relatively new threat is emerging in the form of fentanyl. Fentanyl is a painkiller that first emerged in the 1960s, and is still mainly prescribed to cancer patients. It has been cited as a very effective aid to those […]