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'Extraordinary moment': Stars' royal wedding snaps

Friends of Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan have been sharing their photos of the big day in Windsor.

Overdoses on ADHD meds worry researchers

CBS News / Health 7 sources

Most cases were accidents, researchers say, but there were also instances of teens intentionally abusing ADHD meds

Experimental Ebola vaccinations begin in Congo

CBC.ca / World 61 sources

A vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in Congo began on Monday in the port city of Mbandaka, where four cases of the deadly disease have been confirmed.

Panic grips Kerala as deadly Nipah virus suspected to have killed 12

Hindustan Times 23 sources

A deadly and contagious virus is suspected to have killed 12 people in Kozhikode in north Kerala, leading to hundreds of people with symptoms of fever into rushing to hospitals in panic, and forcing the central government to send a team of…

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New details emerge about deadly Texas shooting

CBS News 4 sources

Antonios Pagourtzis, the father of the alleged shooter, said his son was "a good boy" and had been "mistreated at school"

Teacher killed in Texas school shooting worked two jobs to care for sick husband

New York Post 8 sources

A teacher killed in the Texas school shooting was working two jobs to help pay for her terminally ill husband’s medical expenses, a relative said. Cynthia Tisdale, 63, a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School, also worked as a server…


FDA approves drug to control life-threatening bleeding in patients with liver disease

Dova Pharmaceuticals received federal approval Monday for a first-of-its-kind drug to control life-threatening bleeding in people with chronic liver disease. The Durham start-up plans to start selling the medication, named … Click to…

Justin Theroux has rat tattoo

Female First 2 sources

Justin Theroux has a tattoo of a rat on his back.


UNL researcher fined for vandalizing NRA lobbyist's home will appeal

Journal Star 4 sources

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher was fined $500 by a Virginia judge for vandalizing a National Rifle Association lobbyist's home earlier this year.


Katy Perry slams Meghan's wedding dress

BBC / Entertainment 267 sources

American Idol judge Katy Perry has criticised Meghan Markle's wedding dress. Perry told Entertainment Tonight that the Duchess of Sussex's Givenchy gown needed "one more fitting". The pop star suggested it fell short of the bridal look…

The seminal film posters of Bill Gold – in pictures

Throughout his illustrious career, designer Bill Gold was one of Hollywood’s most defining poster creators, behind the designs for everything from Casablanca to The Exorcist. He died at the age of 97 on 20 May and to celebrate his work,…


After CNN report, nine lawmakers demand answers on sexual assaults from Uber, Lyft

CNN / Money 4 sources

Congress is demanding answers from ridesharing companies about sexual violence on their platforms.


Don't get taken for a ride this summer at the theme park

The best way to save money at theme parks this summer is simple. Don't go. Peak season means peak pricing. Admission discounts can be hard to find, and nearby hotels … Click to Continue »


Woman breaks 12yo spell on island

THE arrival of a baby girl on a remote island that bans childbirth came as a surprise to everyone — including the mother.


Exercising 4 to 5 days a week slows heart aging: study

CTV News / Sports 8 sources

New research suggests that to slow down heart aging, exercising four to five days a week for life is ideal.


Medical teams sent to south India amid deadly virus outbreak

Officials say a deadly virus has killed at least three people in southern India, and medical teams have been dispatched to the area amid reports that up to six other … Click to Continue »



How a rehab boss exploited the drug epidemic - with impunity

The Eagle / News 9 sources

For years, a drug rehab program in North Carolina sent people with addictions to work for free as caregivers for elderly and disabled patients, often with disastrous results, a new Revealinvestigation has found.


Monday, May 21

African-American bishop Michael Curry’s rousing sermon shows Brits how to church: Look at their reaction

Canada.com / News 2590 sources

Not everyone in Britain got it. Producers’ cutaways to the perplexed faces of some of the royals were priceless

FDA approves drug for chronic migraines -- and it'll cost $6,900 a year

NOLA.com / Business 58 sources

It was initially expected to be priced higher.

AI to be 'new weapon' in cancer fight

Sky News / Politics 14 sources

Theresa May will unveil plans to use artificial intelligence to help prevent 22,000 cancer deaths a year by 2033.

Sunday, May 20

In pictures: Harry and Meghan's big day

Stuff.co.nz 2239 sources

They did it. Saturday in the UK (overnight in New Zealand) marked the big day for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. And the world went mad for it!

Congo Ebola deaths rise to 26

CBC.ca / World 50 sources

Congo's health ministry says there is one new death from Ebola, bringing to 26 the number of deaths from the deadly outbreak in Equateur province in the country's northwest.

Chad Carr Pediatric Brain Tumor Center at UMich launched with $30M gift

MLive.com 3 sources

The gift was announced at the second ChadTough Champions for Change Gala on Saturday, May 19.

Saturday, May 19

Alarm grows as Ebola is confirmed in Congo city of 1.2 million

Congo has confirmed a case of Ebola in Mbandaka, a city of 1.2 million, marking the first urban case in the latest outbreak, which is now the most serious since the epidemic that raged across West Africa between 2014 and 2016.

Yes, President Trump, there is a difference between HIV and HPV. Here’s a handy tip sheet

The Eagle / News 59 sources

In the early days of his presidency, Donald Trump famously declared that “nobody knew that health care could be so complicated.”

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry marry at St. George's Chapel in front of A-list guests, royal family

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married on Saturday at St. George's Chapel at Windsor castle in front of A-list guests and the royal family.

Friday, May 18

Bill Gates says President Trump didn't know difference between HIV and HPV

Bill Gates recounted his bizarre encounters with President Trump, who commented on his daughter's appearance and reportedly asked about the difference between HIV and HPV. MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes" aired video footage on Thursday…

A monthly shot could help do away with your chronic migraines

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — U.S. regulators Thursday approved the first drug designed to prevent chronic migraines. The Food and Drug Administration's action clears the monthly shot Aimovig (AIM'-oh-vig) for sale. It's the first in a new class of…

'Urban Ebola' could see cases rise exponentially

Sky News / World 120 sources

There is a "very high" public health risk from Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organisation has said.

'Very high' Ebola risk in Democratic Republic of the Congo, says WHO

Sky News / World 88 sources

As Ebola is confirmed in a city with 1.5 million inhabitants, officials warn it could cause "an exponential increase" in cases. 08:51, UK, Friday 18 May 2018. A health worker is sprayed with chlorine after visiting the isolation ward at…

Thursday, May 17

Ebola outbreak spreads to urban area as deaths mount

CBS News / World 139 sources

Officials say Congo now is entering an urban phase of the outbreak, which means it could spread faster

US births hit a 30-year low, despite good economy

Fox News / Health 51 sources

U.S. birth rates declined last year for women in their teens, 20s and — surprisingly — their 30s, leading to the fewest babies in 30 years, according to a government report released Thursday.

Surgeon general helps fellow passenger who passed out on flight

CBS News / U.S. 54 sources

Jerome Adams, who has served as surgeon general since September 2017, tweeted that he was "glad to be able to assist"

E. coli outbreak update: It might be safe to buy and eat romaine lettuce again

Though the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak sickened more people in more states over the last week, the true news in Wednesday's CDC update concerns the lettuce. It might be … Click to Continue »