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Being overweight might trigger more health center admissions than formerly believed

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Epstein-Barr infection might be the reason for Multiple sclerosis

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Olive oil usage decreases the threat of sudden death

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Proof for a 2nd supermoon beyond our planetary system

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Cosmic Spider, a strange source of gamma rays, has actually been discovered

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A Spoiler-Filled Breakdown of the New Scream

Warning: Spoilers ahead for Scream 5 Characters in the 1996 Scream were well-versed in the ground rules for horror movies. As Woodsboro, Calif.’s resident movie geek Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy) made clear in the franchise’s first installment, abstaining from sex is your best chance of making it out of a scary movie alive. He also…

The Forgotten History of a British Ship that Fought a Notorious Slaver– and Won

By the time Henry Downes took command of the Black Joke, the ship had only been on the waters under that name for just a year. A former slave ship itself, the Black Joke was captured in 1827 by the British Royal Navy’s West Africa Squadron, its incredible speed repurposed for chasing down and capturing…

Eco Activist Sagarika Sriram Is Making Change Through Small Actions

Sagarika Sriram was just 10 years old when she started reading newspaper stories about a planet in peril—one about a whale that washed ashore after an oil spill, another about turtles found with plastic in their stomachs. She knew right then that she wanted to do something to take action, and joined an environmental group…

Sen. Sherrod Brown Has Some Thoughts About ‘Succession’

On the evening of Jan. 3, Connie Schultz, the Pulitzer-winning syndicated columnist and author, was trying to watch HBO’s Succession, but she kept having to pause it because something reminded her husband of his work. “I am watching #Succession with the chairman of the Senate banking committee,” Schultz informed her quarter-million Twitter followers, “and holy…

Federal Testing Website Will Launch Next Week and Offer 4 Tests Per Home

(Washington D.C.) — The federal website where Americans can request free COVID-19 tests will begin accepting orders on Wednesday as the White House looks to address nationwide shortages, but supplies will be limited to just four free tests per home. Starting on Jan. 19, the website COVIDTests.gov will provide tests at no cost, including no…



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Langwith Junction: Murder probe after female, 88, discovered in home

Police have launched a murder investigation after an 88-year-old woman was found dead and a man left with life-threatening injuries in a Derbyshire village.Officers were called by paramedics at 09:30 GMT on Saturday to a house in Station Road, Langwith Junction, and found the couple.The woman was pronounced dead at the scene and the man,…

Texas authorities in captive stand-off at synagogue

Media caption, Watch a briefing by an FBI agent after the stand-off in Colleyville, TexasFour people who were held hostage at a synagogue in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, have been freed unharmed after a 10-hour stand-off with police. They were taken hostage during a morning service in Colleyville on Saturday.Police deployed special weapons teams,…

Bengals beat Raiders to end 31-year play-off dry spell

Devin Singletary scored twice as the Bills claimed a touchdown on each of their first seven possessionsPreview: Watch The NFL Show on BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and online.Live coverage: Listen to commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra of San Francisco v Dallas Cowboys on Sunday (21:00 GMT); Follow live text and in-play…

Kenyan vigilantes taking on avocado gangs

By Emmanuel IgunzaBBC News, central KenyaKenya's avocado sector has become so lucrative that organised criminal gangs have begun to target growers.This is because the fruit from just one tree can pay for the private education of a secondary school student for a whole year - up to $600 (£450).With the demand for the fruit growing…