News Reality

Altering the 'flavor' of humans could help fight malaria

A specialized area of the mosquito brain mixes tastes with smells to create unique and preferred flavors. These findings advance the possibility of identifying a substance that makes "human flavor" repulsive to the malaria-bearing species of the mosquitoes, so instead of feasting on us, they keep the disease to themselves, potentially saving an estimated 450,000 lives a year worldwide.
Read Full Article On
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is usually greeted by cheering crowds when he goes out in public but received a less pleasant welcome in Hamilton on Friday - a handful of pum
(Reuters Health) - Heart attack survivors who participate in cardiac rehabilitation programs may survive longer, but feel no healthier, than they would without this follow-up care, a U.S. study sugges
Umpire Rock, also known as Rat Rock, has been a climbing oasis for children, and adults, of all ages for decades.
(Reuters) - A Sunoco Logistics Partners LP pipeline spilled about 1,300 barrels of gasoline into the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on Friday, according to local media.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia found that people chose smaller portions of cake when they were asked to vividly imagine the taste, smell, and texture of desserts.
45 minutes into a killer bootcamp workout, sweat dripped from my forehead, my muscles ached. With the fervor of a nervous first time city council candidate addressing a room of two dozen senior cit
HealthDay News Traffic crash death rates for American children vary widely among states, and safety regulations are a major reason why, a new study suggests.
A special thanks to Miranda Ebraheim for assisting in this article. Rat-bite fever is an illness caused from bacteria that is transmitted by rodents. The condition goes by many names but it is ty
HealthDay News Social media publicity about a teen's suicide wasn't a driving factor in the rise of emergency department visits by Canadian teens for suicidal thoughts and attempts, a new study sugges
(Reuters Health) - People with type 1 diabetes often develop other autoimmune disorders, such as thyroid and gastrointestinal diseases, and a recent study yields new information about this link.
HealthDay News Many Americans don't know that indoor use of electronic cigarettes exposes children to nicotine and leaves nicotine deposits on surfaces, a new survey shows.
Ryan MaassWASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- A natural compound found in the skin of grapes and red wine may assist with correcting the hormone imbalance in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
PALO ALTO, Calif. (Reuters) - After repeated failed attempts to establish an Antarctic Ocean sanctuary, the United States is hopeful it can sway Russia to agree to a plan that would protect a vast swa
GENEVA (Reuters) - Two companies making vaccines to help the world eradicate polio are failing to produce enough, so many countries should prepare to give lower doses to make stocks last, a group of e
Kai Greene reacts to Phil Heath, Big Ramy's rise, and the judging at Olympia. Every week, Iron Cinema will connect you with Generation Iron director Vlad Yudin. Giving you unprecedented inside acces
From to a panel of young people living with visible and invisible disabilities, to the disability minister on Canada's upcoming accessibility legisla
Ryan MaassMONTREAL, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- Even low levels of fitness activity can be enough to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers from the University of Montreal suggest.
ATCHISON, Kansas (Reuters) - Dozens of people were treated for respiratory problems after a chemical spill at an MGP Ingredients Inc facility on Friday generated a chemical cloud over the northeastern
Meet Kieran Veitz, a one-year-old girl from Bismarck, North Dakota, born with her heart, liver and intestines outside her chest. Doctors created a 3D model of her body to prepare for surgery.
Scientists and engineers recently made a leap forward in the pursuit of clean energy. The team set a new world record for plasma pressure in an Alcator C-Mod tokamak nuclear fusion reactor. Plasma pre
This isn't a political post. Our team is a mixing pot, some of us are republicans, some are democrats, some are independents, and some aren't even from America, but every single one knows
HealthDay News More than a third of young athletes who sustain a concussion return to competition the same day, a new study shows.
ATCHISON, Kansas (Reuters) - City and county officials told residents of Atchison in northeastern Kansas it was safe to return after a chemical spill at an MGP Ingredients Inc facility on Friday cause
function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commerci
Ryan MaassAARHUS, Denmark, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- Danish researchers have created a new cancer imaging technique scientists say can pave the way for the development of more effective treatments.
Dennis Thompson Children and teenagers are immersed in an environment saturated with electronic media, ranging from the TV on the wall to the smartphone in their hands.
In the final presidential debate on Wednesday, October 19, Republican candidate Donald Trump displayed profound ignorance about what late-term abortion is. “If you go with what Hillary is saying
Just eight percent of people will make healthy choices as a result of the scheme, New York University scientists claim - six months before the policy is enforced nationwide.
Melissa Kang, a health lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney, reveals when a woman's vaginal discharge is healthy and when it is showing signs of infection or disease.
Reuters - The increased risk of stroke that comes with smoking may extend to nonsmokers who live in the same household and breathe in secondhand smoke, a U.S. study suggests.
Mark Essig was settling into his flight when he noticed an unusual passenger boarding the plane. It was a duck. Making his way down the aisle.
Reuters - Climate change is bringing certain skin diseases and other illnesses to regions where they were rarely seen before, according to a recent research review.
The emergency room is a brutal last resort for people with mental illness, but many end up there because they have nowhere else to turn.  And according to new research presented at the American
By Olivia Low "Being able to feel safe with other people defines mental health; safe connections are fundamental to meaningful and satisfying lives."--Dr. Bessel van der Kolk On my last day of rotat

Recent News

European probe Schiaparelli 'exploded' on Mars' surface as Nasa images reveal crash site

New images from the Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter may have identified the possible crash site of ESA's lost Schiaparelli lander.
Read Full Article

Metinvest postpones deadline of eurobond restructuring closure until Dec 31

Metinvest international vertically integrated mining and steel group has postponed the deadline for closing the deal on restructuring the eurobonds of Metinvest B.V. parent company (the Netherlands) f
Read Full Article

Yucatan spearheads Aidan O'Brien's bid for an eighth victory in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster

The wheels may have come off Capri, but Aidan O’Brien has a fine replacement for Saturday's Racing Post Trophy in YUCATAN (Doncaster, 3.50).
Read Full Article

Burton Albion 2-0 Birmingham City: Lloyd Dyer and Jamie Ward net as Gary Rowett is beaten on his Brewers return

Lloyd Dyer swept home after finding room inside the box after 32 minutes, before Jamie Ward burst through and beat Adam Legzdins a little after the hour mark to double the Burton lead.
Read Full Article

Matt Toomua regrets dangerous tackle on debut for Leicester Tigers as Wallabies centre looks ahead to Sunday's clash with Racing 92 

WILL KELLEHER: Matt Toomua sits in a beaten old clubhouse with two plates of unfinished dog food on the floor behind him. It is a far cry from a plush city apartment in Australia’s capital territory
Read Full Article

England coach Eddie Jones suffers more injury woe as Saracens lock George Kruis joins extensive injury list 

NIK SIMON: England's quest to fill their No 7 void has taken another unwelcome twist after George Kruis was ruled out of the start of the autumn series with an ankle injury.
Read Full Article

Joe Worsley on coaching across the channel: French fans are wild... there’s nothing like it in England

CHRIS FOY: Joe Worsley is a fine example for the RFU, who have made it known they want young English coaches to learn their trade abroad to enhance their credentials for international rugby.
Read Full Article

Charlie Austin is The Hustler... right on cue the Southampton striker is potting goals from all angles 

DOMINIC KING: Charlie Austin is currently one of the hottest strikers in the Premier League. A run of seven goals in his last seven games has led to increased calls for a return to the England squad
Read Full Article

Chelsea can't be terrified this time as Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge

JAMIE CARRAGHER: Did Chelsea over achieve with the man who is now guiding Manchester United? Or is this a lull which will soon end? There is much riding on the outcome.
Read Full Article

Popular Finance

Hillary Clinton backs black activists and urges healing after election

Campaign 2016 updates - Gold Star father asks Donald Trump: 'Would my son have a place in your America?' Oct. 21, 2016, 2:37 p.m. Donald Trump campaigns in North Carolina and Pennsylvania on Frida
Read Full Article

NFL places Josh Brown on 'exempt list' after new domestic abuse evidence is released

The NFL placed Josh Brown on paid leave Friday hours after Coach Ben McAdoo struggled to answer questions about how the New York Giants might discipline the kicker for abusing his wife.  In a lett
Read Full Article

Richard Nicoll, Australia-based fashion designer, dies at 39

Fashion designer Richard Nicoll has died of a suspected heart attack, his family said. He was 39.  The family said the London-born designer died early Friday in Australia, where he lived.  New Sou
Read Full Article

Stocks close mostly lower, but McDonald's and PayPal soar

The major U.S. stock indexes closed mostly lower Friday, capping a day spent wavering between small gains and losses. Phone companies were the biggest drag on the market after reports that AT&T wa
Read Full Article

Authorities searching for missing Manhattan Beach man in Kings Canyon National Park

National park officials are seeking the public’s help in finding a hiker who has been missing for nearly a week.  Robert Woodie, 74, of Manhattan Beach was reported missing after he failed to retu
Read Full Article

Gasoline down, propane up; diesel, natural gas unchanged

Santo Domingo.- The Industry and Commerce Ministry
Read Full Article

Gov. unveils spiffy cable car for Greater Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo.- The Government on Friday said
Read Full Article

'Monopoly' seeks to corner Egg market, producers say

Moca, Dominican Republic.- National Egg
Read Full Article

Talks start for a Dominican-Cuba trade pact: Prensa Latina

Santo Domingo.- The Dominican Republic and Cuba have begun talks
Read Full Article