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Starbucks won't fire barista who trashed Unicorn Frappuccino

"If you love us as baristas, don’t order it."

Welsh patient waits four years to leave hospital

BBC / Health 9 sources

The patient was declared fit for discharge more than 1,300 days ago, but has not left hospital.

Campbell's recalls soup that got the wrong label for different product

NJ.com / News 14 sources

Campbell's has recalled a type of chicken soup due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.

This Dark 13 Reasons Why Theory Could Be The Set-Up For A Second Season

Female First 4 sources

The Netflix original series hasn't been confirmed to return for a second season, but the foundations are certainly in place...

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Trump: I gave 'Face the Nation' highest ratings 'since the World Trade Center came down'

President Trump says he gave CBS's "Face The Nation" its highest ratings "since the World Trade Center came down."During an ...

Park City man, denied lung transplant at the U. due to trace of marijuana, dies after procedure in Pennsylvania

A Park City man who was refused a lung transplant at the University of Utah after doctors found a trace of marijuana in his system died Saturday at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.


Hash browns recalled - they could include pieces of golf balls

You have an early-morning golf match. You make coffee and contemplate the optimal breakfast to help you hit the ball straighter and calm those first-tee jitters.

Frito-Lay jalapeno potato chips recalled over salmonella concerns

NJ.com / News 16 sources

The recall affects Jalapeno flavored Lay's Kettle Cooked and Jalapeno Flavored Miss Vickie's Kettle Cooked potato chips.


Vaccination gaps lead to dangerous measles outbreaks in Europe — ECDC

Gulf News 5 sources

The World Health Organisation says measles killed 134,000 in 2015

Thousands ‘March for Science’ on Earth Day with the smartest and funniest protest signs

The protest on Saturday, dubbed the March for Science and coinciding with Earth Day, was held in more than 600 cities around the world.


3 African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

KSL.com / World 46 sources

Three African countries have been chosen to test the world's first malaria vaccine, the World Health Organization announced Monday. Ghana, Kenya and Malawi will begin piloting the injectable vaccine next year with young children, who have…


Frito-Lay recalls chips out of salmonella concerns

SFGate 16 sources

Frito-Lay is recalling select Jalapeño Flavored Lay's Kettle Cooked potato chips and Jalapeño Flavored Miss Vickie's Kettle Cooked potato chips due to the potential presence of salmonella in the seasoning. Salmonella is an organism that…


An SNL star made an awkward Hillary joke at a luncheon. Chelsea Clinton went high.

Vanessa Bayer took a jab at Hillary Clinton's failed candidacy in her opening monologue at Variety’s Power of Women New York luncheon. Chelsea Clinton closed with a line that touched on her mother’s presidential run — and seemed to give…

Sunday, Apr 23

Trenton March for Science strikes political tone

NJ.com / News 224 sources

Many marchers and speakers condemned Trump's administration's policies on climate change

'FOR HEALTH AND PROSPERITY' Bill Nye rallies thousands amid threat of Trump cuts to science funding

Fox News 43 sources

Bill Nye, an engineer and educator known as “the science guy” through his appearances on television, spoke to thousands of marchers in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, declaring that science serves everyone and must be for all.

Earth Day advocates ‘stand for science’

Boston Herald 21 sources

Thousands of scientists, college students and advocates crowded together on Boston Common yesterday to mark Earth Day by demanding that scientific research be free from political interference and call on President Trump to abandon his plan…

Hash browns recalled over golf ball pieces

A food company is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in them.

Saturday, Apr 22

George H.W. Bush to remain...

KHOU.com / Local 19 sources

President George H.W. Bush "feels terrific," but he will remain in the hospital through this weekend, spokesman Jim McGrath said Friday.

Scientists leave labs, take to streets to defend research

NOLA.com / News 43 sources

Marches planned for more than 500 cities to coincide with Earth Day

Canadian cities prepare to march for science

CBC.ca 30 sources

Nineteen locations across Canada are participating in this Saturday's March for Science, designed to promote and advocate for science.

Study links diet soda to greater risk Alzheimer’s

Fox News / U.S. 68 sources

A new study finds daily consumption of diet drinks could put an individual’s health at greater risk of stroke and Alzheimer’s disease

Friday, Apr 21

Huntsman calls for 'inept' U. administrators to be fired

The already-public spat between the Huntsman family and University of Utah administrators broadened Friday in a strongly worded advertisement that appeared in both The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News.

Study suggests link between diet soda and dementia

CBS News / Health 56 sources

Researchers say people may want to think twice before turning to diet drinks as an alternative to sugar-sweetened beverages

White House turns up heat on Congress to revise the Affordable Care Act

President Donald Trump is pushing Congress toward another dramatic showdown over the Affordable Care Act, despite big outstanding obstacles to a beleaguered revision plan and a high-stakes deadline next week to keep the government running.…

Seven arrested as US marijuana enthusiasts celebrate what they call their 4/20 holiday

Seven people were arrested on marijuana charges near the US Capitol on Thursday as they participated in a pot giveaway aimed at pressuring Congress to legalise the drug.

Thursday, Apr 20

Oprah Winfrey in HBO's 'Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' makes a 17-year-old prediction come true

One day, circa 2000, Rebecca Skloot was riding in a car with Deborah Lacks, whose late mother, Henrietta, had posthumously and unwittingly contributed to some of the most important medical research of the 20th century.

Sanofi epilepsy drug linked to birth defects in up to 4,100 children

A drug made by pharmaceutical group Sanofi to treat epilepsy and bipolar disorders that was given to mothers during pregnancy resulted in up to 4,100 children being born with major birth defects, the French medical authority said on…

Can Umbilical Cord Blood Rejuvenate Your Brain?

NBC News / Health 34 sources

A protein in human umbilical cord blood seems to rejuvenate the brains of old mice, researchers report. It's a long way from helping you, though.

AP Explains: The origins of 4/20, marijuana's high holiday

Times Union / News 72 sources

SEATTLE (AP) — Thursday marks marijuana culture's high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather — at 4:20 p.m. — in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts.

Wednesday, Apr 19

Wearable Health Tech: New Wrist Sensor Works up a Sweat

NBC News / Science 9 sources

Researchers trying to find a way to make wearable health technology real say they've taken a big step with a device that generates sweat.

Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino tastes like sour birthday cake and shame: A review

Most people think of unicorns as cuddly-cute magical rainbow sparkle horses, right? Except according to ancient lore, the mythical creature was “the fiercest animal, and it is said that it is impossible to capture one alive,” wrote Pliny.…

Frog Slime Compound Blows Apart Flu Viruses

NBC News / News 34 sources

A compound found in the protective slime of an Indian frog blows apart flu viruses and might become a powerful new drug to treat influenza.

Kim Kardashian West Branded 'Irresponsible' For Describing The Flu As An 'Amazing Diet'

Kim Kardashian West has hailed a new “diet” for her six-pound weight loss ahead of the 2017 Met Gala, and it’s proven rather controversial.