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Former US President George HW Bush Hospitalized Due To Low Blood Pressure And Fatigue

George H.W. Bush, the country’s 41st president was hospitalized on Sunday for low blood pressure and fatigue. He attended a Memorial Day event and spent a day with military veterans before he was admitted to a hospital in Maine.

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Lightning Strikes During Thunderstorm In UK Disrupt London Airport Travel, Leaves Hundreds Stranded

Flights at the London Stansted Airport were canceled, delayed, and diverted after a lightning strike damaged an aircraft refueling system. One airline offered passengers refunds and free transfers.

Culture

Clothes With Permethrin Insecticide May Prevent Tick-Borne Diseases: Other Effective Ways To Prevent Tick Bites

Clothes treated with permethrin insecticide may prevent tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a CDC study revealed. Here are other ways to avoid tick bites.

Health

Doctor Claims He Can Cure Diseases Through Sound Files

A homeopathic doctor who practices in the Bay Area is selling eRemedies, which are sound files that he claims can cure diseases such as diarrhea, Ebola, and malaria. The doctor is now in danger of losing his medical license.

Health

How Leg Exercises Can Actually Improve Your Brain Health And Help You Deal With Stress

Researchers reveal that leg exercises can dramatically improve the functionality of the brain. They discovered that a lack of weight-bearing exercises could reduce neural stem cell production by 70 percent.

Health

How To Check If Your Vehicle Is Affected By Fiat Chrysler Recall For Cruise Control Glitch

Fiat Chrysler recalled 15 models made between 2014 and 2018 due to a defect that could prevent drivers from deactivating the cruise control feature. Here's how one can check if their car is affected.

Tech

TLC Launches Show About Family With Over 80 Pets

TLC's controversial new show 'Our Wild Life' shows what it’s like to live with over 80 animals at home. The show has since gotten reactions that vary from amused to critical.

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Mussels In Puget Sound Test Positive For Opioids, Other Drugs: Should People Stop Eating The Shellfish?

Traces of the opioid painkiller oxycodone, as well as antidepressants, a potentially carcinogenic chemotherapy drug, and surfactants used in detergents, were detected in mussels in Puget Sound. Is it still safe to eat shellfish?

Health

Microsoft Rolls Out First Xbox 360 Update In Over 2 Years

Microsoft rolled out the first Xbox 360 system update in over two years. The Xbox One backward compatibility feature may have made most gamers forget about the Xbox 360, but Microsoft is not yet willing to let go.

Culture

Fentanyl Bust In Nebraska Seizes 118 Pounds Of Opioid Drug Enough To Kill 26 Million People

More than $20 million worth of fentanyl drug were seized by the Nebraska State Patrol during a routine traffic stop. It was the largest fentanyl seizure in the history of Nebraska.

Health

Vintage Levis Jeans First Bought In 1893 Sells For Nearly $100K

The 125-year-old pair of Levi Strauss jeans was sold through a private sale. The vintage denim was originally owned by a storekeeper who established one of the first American dry goods stores in Tucson.

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Cockroach Milk Has More Protein And Nutrients Than Regular Milk: The Next Superfood Trend?

Cockroach milk may still need some time before becoming the next superfood trend despite it being supposedly nutritious and protein-rich. What are superfoods and why are they trendy?

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Zombie Survival Game ‘State Of Decay 2’ Crosses 1 Million Players, But There’s More Work To Do

With over a million players logged in a combined gameplay time of 6 million hours, Microsoft and Undead Labs’s 'State of Decay 2' is a success. Even still, the game has several kinks that need ironing out.

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Pornhub Launches Free VPN Service: VPNHub Won't Be Just For Porn

Pornhub launched VPNHub, a free VPN service that will not only hide visits to the infamous website. Using VPNs is becoming more important, especially with the pending death of net neutrality.

Tech

Wildlife Sanctuary Owner Mourns Death Of Four Big Cats Poisoned By Poachers

A wildlife sanctuary owner found that four of his big cats, including a very rare tiger cub, were poisoned by poachers. Poaching remains to be a big problem for the wildlife of Africa.

Science May 26, 2018

Donald Trump Signs Directive To Modernize US Commercial Space Travel Policy

President Donald Trump signed the Space Policy Directive-2 to allow flexibility for private companies that are developing technologies for future commercial space travels. The White House said Trump wants American companies to be globally competitive in the industry.

Science May 26, 2018

Jury Orders J&J To Pay $26 Million Of Damages In Another Talcum Powder Cancer Case

Johnson & Johnson is set to pay almost $26 million after a jury ruled in a talcum powder case. The complainant is diagnosed with mesothelioma, a deadly form of cancer that affects the lungs, heart, and stomach.

Health May 26, 2018

Ebola Outbreak Persists In DRC: How Ebola Vaccine Can Help Deal With The Threat

Can the Ebola vaccine really help stop the outbreak? The vaccine is yet to be approved, but it has so far proven to be 100 percent effective in preventing Ebola.

Health May 26, 2018

NASA's Physics-Defying Rocket Propulsion Engine EmDrive Does Not Work, New Experiment Reveals

NASA researchers who tested the EmDrive reported that they were able to measure some thrust. The new experiment, however, suggests the thrust may have come from a secondary source.

Science May 26, 2018

Smart TV: 8 Reasons Why You Need One (And Will Want One)

Smart TVs are a progression of how the internet has changed technology. Can you live without one?

Sponsored May 26, 2018

Alan Bean, Apollo 12 Astronaut And Fourth Man On The Moon, Dies At Age 86

Astronaut Alan Bean passed away at the age of 86 in Houston. He was the fourth person to ever walk on the moon during the Apollo 12 mission in 1969.

Science May 26, 2018

52 People In Utah Were Poisoned By Fake Cannabis Oil, CDC Claims

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claimed that 52 Utah residents were poisoned after they consumed fake cannabis oil. The drug that made them sick was a synthetic cannabinoid known as 4-cyano CUMYL-BUTINACA.

Health May 26, 2018

Tinder Introduces Places Feature, Shares Users’ Exact Location With Potential Partners

Tinder released a new feature called 'Places' to enhance users’ experience on the dating app. Only three international cities have access to this new feature that would match users through their favorite locations.

Tech May 26, 2018

Is The Nordic Diet Better Than The Mediterranean Diet? Experts Claim This Diet Is Better And More Affordable

Experts from the World Health Organization have suggested a new inexpensive diet for people to try. The Nordic Diet is based on foods from Scandinavia that are high in fiber and can lower diseases.

Health May 26, 2018

Kansas Mom Battling Breast Cancer Delivered Healthy Baby Despite Doctor's Persistence To Have Abortion

A woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer days after finding out she was pregnant decided not to have an abortion. The Kansas native gave birth to a healthy baby boy in 2017.

Health May 26, 2018

Yup, They’re Making A Star Wars Film Centered On Boba Fett, With ‘Logan’ Director James Mangold

Badass bounty hunter Boba Fett is getting his own spinoff. James Mangold is rumored to write and direct, and 'X-Men' producer Simon Kinberg will reportedly cowrite and produce.

Culture May 26, 2018

Facebook Wants Artificial Intelligence To Filter Live Videos And Take Down Offensive Content

On the heels of reports saying Facebook will begin making its own chips, it appears that part of those plans involve creating machine learning processors for Facebook Live. Such chips will filter offensive video content and promptly take them down.

Tech May 26, 2018

Verizon Offers Up To 74 Percent Off Mophie Juice Packs For iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, And More

Verizon slashed the prices of several Mophie juice packs for a number of smartphones, including Samsung Galaxy devices, iPhones, or Google Pixel. The juice packs are at up to 74 percent off.

Tech May 26, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered Just Launched - And It Already Has A Hacker

Hackers already invaded 'Dark Souls: Remastered' a day after launch, doing destructive actions and being an overall menace. The problems persisted since the first 'Dark Souls' game six years ago.

Culture May 26, 2018

Elon Musk Teases When Tesla Might Unwrap Model Y SUV

A new tweet from Elon Musk hinted a date for the official reveal of the Tesla Model Y. Industry analysts scrutinized all available information and agreed that the schedule seems to check out properly.

Tech May 26, 2018

This Special Nintendo 3DS Explains That Obscure Joke From ‘Rick And Morty’ — Yours For $1,000

You can now buy a limited edition Legend of Zelda Nintendo 3DS XL from Justin Roiland for $1,000. Nerds, heads up: it comes with a ‘Rick and Morty’ illustration drawn by Roiland himself.

Culture May 26, 2018

Amazon Explains How Alexa Eavesdropped On A Couple's Conversatiion And Shared It To A Random Contact

An Amazon Echo Dot owner complained that Alexa secretly recorded her private conversation and forwarded it to someone on the contact list. The company suspects the unit might have been hacked and will work on a fix to prevent the same issue in the future.

Tech May 26, 2018

'Detroit: Become Human' Review Roundup: Does This Game Really Understand Civil Rights?

Critics have now expressed their thoughts on David Cage’s latest outing, "Detroit: Become Human." The verdict? Its gameplay shows promise, but the execution of its themes falls flat.

Culture May 26, 2018

PlayStation Classic Edition Coming Soon? Sony Still Thinking About It

Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO John Kodera said that there are internal discussions about a PlayStation Classic Edition. While the PlayStation retro console was not confirmed, the door remains open for it to one day become reality.

Culture May 26, 2018

LG G7 ThinQ Preorders Are Kicking Off At Verizon, T-Mobile, And Sprint

Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint kicked off the preorders for the LG G7 ThinQ. T-Mobile is offering a buy one, get one deal, while Sprint has a lease one, get one promo.

Tech May 26, 2018

Health Officials Caution Public About Hepatitis A Outbreak In Nashville

Nashville has been hit with a Hepatitis A outbreak, with more than a dozen cases now confirmed. In an attempt to curb its spread, the city will offer free vaccines next week.

Health May 26, 2018

Learning Physics Activates Part Of The Brain Linked To Episodic Memory

Students who learned from a physics course that used modeling instruction showed changes in brain activity. Using fMRI, researchers found that the posterior cingulate cortex became more active after learning.

Feature May 26, 2018

The Anti-Seizure Effects Of Keto Diet May Be Because Of Gut Bacteria

Ketogenic diets are notorious among fitness experts, with some swearing by its weight loss efficiency. It’s also effective against seizures, and this new study tries to answer why.

Health May 26, 2018

Parked Cars Can Hit Deadly Temperatures In Just 1 Hour: How To Prevent Hot Car Deaths

The heat inside a parked car could be deadly for kids in just one hour. Here are tips on how to prevent hot car injuries and death.

Feature May 26, 2018

Apple Starts Mass Production Of 7-NM A12 Chips For New iPhones

Apple has reportedly begun mass-producing its new A12 chips. The 7-nm processors will bring new improvements to the next generation of iPhones, including faster apps, better storage, and more efficient batteries.

Tech May 26, 2018

Scientists To Clone Entire Northern White Rhino Population From Frozen Cells

A team of scientists plans to use the frozen cells of the almost-extinct Northern White Rhino to recover the animals’ population. The last male white rhino died in March, and only two female counterparts were left in captivity.

Science May 26, 2018

Graphic Cigarette-style Packaging For Sugary Drinks Deter Young Adults From Purchase

A new research found that young adults were more likely to avoid sugary drinks with graphic warnings about tooth decay, obesity, and type-2 diabetes. The study was presented at the 2018 European Congress on Obesity.

Health May 26, 2018

Brain-Damaging Virus Kills At Least 11 In India: What Is Nipah Virus?

Nipah virus is a fairly new disease that is pretty lethal with a 30 to 70 percent mortality rate. Small outbreaks across Asia and Bangladesh have been recorded since its discovery in 1998.

Health May 26, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8 Plus And Galaxy Note 8 Get May Android Security Patch On Verizon And T-Mobile

Verizon and T-Mobile both released the latest Android security patch for the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, and Galaxy Note 8. The updates are rolling out now.

Tech May 26, 2018

Scientists Just Created A Human-Chicken Embryo

Researchers have successfully fused together human embryonic stem cells with a chicken embryo, making the world’s first human-chicken embryo, by inventing a new technique that sidesteps current ethical laws. But why?

Science May 26, 2018

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