Bacteria Has Metabolism 1 Million Times Slower, Eats Centuries-Old Food
Bacteria in the subsurface live extremely slow lives. With a metabolism 1 million times slower than lab-grown bacteria, the subsurface bacteria eat resources that…
Aug 13, 2019 23:28 UTC Health Read More
Motorola One Zoom quad-camera smartphone coming soon for $450 or so (leaks)
Motorola phone leaks appear to be dropping like flies these days. One of the more interesting smartphones the company has in the works is an upper mid-range…
Aug 13, 2019 23:15 UTC Gadgets Read More
Food dyes in snacks: Healthy or toxic?
Brightly coloured snacks which include various food dyes could be harming your children more than helping them, some health experts have warned. Health…
Aug 13, 2019 23:11 UTC Nutrition Read More
Horry County Schools providing more mental health counselors this school year
Amid a growing concern for students' mental health, Horry County Schools is providing more mental health resources.
Aug 13, 2019 23:02 UTC Mental-Health Read More
Google details AI work behind Project Euphonia’s more inclusive speech recognition
As part of new efforts towards accessibility, Google announced Project Euphonia at I/O in May: An attempt to make speech recognition capable of understanding…
Aug 13, 2019 22:48 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More
The 'fear gauge' shows the market could be headed for 'choppy waters,' Jim Cramer says
"The averages haven't really digested these latest gains, and like we saw last week, big moves higher can result in some serious stock market reflux," he says.
Aug 13, 2019 22:37 UTC Markets Read More
Are you taking your vitamins and health supplements correctly? And do they really work?
Nutrition experts tell CNA Lifestyle why multivitamins aren't always your best bet – and which common notions about health supplements are actually false.
Aug 13, 2019 22:31 UTC Nutrition Read More
Samsung has officially unveiled their 108-megapixel smartphone camera sensor
Teased by Xiaomi just a few days ago for their upcoming Mi Mix 4 smartphone, Samsung has now officially announced its new 108-megapixel ISOCELL sensor.
Aug 13, 2019 22:09 UTC Gadgets Read More
New HTTP/2 Flaws Expose Unpatched Web Servers to DoS Attacks
Multiple implementations of the HTTP/2 protocol are vulnerable to attacks that could consume sufficient resources to cause a denial-of-*service* (DoS) condition…
Aug 13, 2019 21:52 UTC Computing Read More
A Doctor Tested a New Treatment on Himself. Now, It May Help Others with This Rare Disease.
The physician, Dr. David Fajgenbaum, had a rare disease known as Castleman disease.
Aug 13, 2019 21:48 UTC Health Read More
Iodine might be the reason you're not losing weight
When you're trying to lose weight, there are some things that are non-negotiable. You have to keep an eye on your calories and take in less food than you burn…
Aug 13, 2019 21:48 UTC Nutrition Read More
U.S. Stocks Tumble as Economic Worries Mount: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks suffered one of the deepest sell-offs of the year and Treasuries surged as mounting signs of a global economic slowdown stoked fears of an…
Aug 13, 2019 21:44 UTC Markets Read More
Teen vaping tied to marijuana use
Overall, young people who used e-cigarettes were 3.5 times more likely to use marijuana, the analysis found. Teen vapers were most at risk for marijuana use.
Aug 13, 2019 21:33 UTC Health Read More
Nutritionist reveals how to avoid the ‘dangerous’ snacks you don’t need and lose weight
WOMEN are eating “two biscuits too much each day” and must lose weight to curb their risk of cancer, experts say. There are 166 calories in two milk chocolate…
Aug 13, 2019 21:29 UTC Nutrition Read More
Global Mental and behavioral health Software Market Report 2019...
Mental and behavioral health Software providers have historically had low adoption rates for electronic medical records and other health IT software.
Aug 13, 2019 21:07 UTC Mental-Health Read More
Neuralink guide: How wearables will play their part in Elon Musk's brain tech
Elon Musk has bold plans for the future. He's already working on sending humans to Mars with SpaceX and planning on building extensive tunnels under Los…
Aug 13, 2019 21:06 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More
Rabbit in Sheridan County tests positive for tularemia
BISMARCK — A wild rabbit in central North Dakota's Sheridan County has tested positive for tularemia, also called "rabbit fever," the North Dakota Department…
Aug 13, 2019 20:59 UTC Health Read More
What to Buy at Costco Best Costco Buys for Runners
Shopping at Costco can be both a wonderful and overwhelming experience, thanks to thousands of great, low-cost products, and free samples at this…
Aug 13, 2019 20:50 UTC Nutrition Read More
Oregon DMV Computer System Back Up After Issues Halted Knowledge Tests
UPDATE (1:37 p.m. PT) – Oregon DMV officials say their computer system is again allowing them to administer knowledge tests for driver's licenses and permits.
Aug 13, 2019 20:48 UTC Computing Read More
Dextre completes RRM3 tasks to test robotic refueling of spacecraft
Canada's star space robot Dextre has completed tasks aimed at finding solutions to enable the robotic refueling of spacecraft. Robotic Refueling Mission 3…
Aug 13, 2019 20:43 UTC Science Read More
Residency Bullying: Trainer on Trainee Harassment Common
Bullies sometimes wear white coats, and they may be in charge of educating the next generation of doctors. In a survey administered to a national cohort of…
Aug 13, 2019 20:40 UTC Health Read More
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