Taxotere or Taxo Tears? The Chemo Drug with Permanent Hair Loss

Perhaps the most vivid image that comes to mind when considering cancer patients is the hair loss that is so common during chemotherapy. For many cancer patients, it marks the…

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Invokana Plagued by New FDA Warnings and Lawsuits

Invokana Plagued by New FDA Warnings and Lawsuits

When it was first announced—with the help of aggressive marketing—Invokana was hailed as an exciting development in the world of diabetes treatment and the first of a promising new generation…

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For Better or Worse, All Eyes Are On the RNC

For Better or Worse, All Eyes Are On the RNC

With the Republican National Convention already half way over, one thing is certain: There’s been no shortage of memorable and headline-making moments that will rival the RNCs that have come…

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Possible Breakthrough in Search for HIV Vaccine

Possible Breakthrough in Search for HIV Vaccine

An HIV vaccine currently under trial has produced promising results, paving the way for a major trial to be undertaken. The news was recently announced by researchers at the International…

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Three Officers Killed in Baton Rouge

Three officers are dead and three more are injured in an ambush on the officers in Baton Rouge on Sunday. It is the latest in an escalating string of violence…

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CHRYSLER RECRUITS HACKERS TO FIND SECURITY FLAWS

CHRYSLER RECRUITS HACKERS TO FIND SECURITY FLAWS

A year after hacker-exposed security flaws in a Jeep Cherokee led Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) to recall 1.4 million vehicles, the automaker has decided to join forces with hackers in hopes…

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U.S. Gov. Contemplate Drones Armed with Peanut Butter to Save Ferrets

U.S. Gov. Contemplate Drones Armed with Peanut Butter to Save Ferrets

The government reportedly plans to use drones firing peanut-butter pellets in an attempt to prevent black-footed ferrets from becoming extinct. The plan proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…

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Death Toll Rises in French Attack

At least 84 people have died, and more than 200 people were hospitalized following an attack on a crowd in Nice, France, celebrating Bastille Day. France’s President Francois Hollande called…

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Pokémon Go Craze Sweeping the U.S.

Pokémon Go Craze Sweeping the U.S.

It’s only been a few weeks since Pokémon Go was released on the market, but it’s already taking the world by storm. In the process, it’s had a dramatic impact…

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US Women’s Soccer Team Continues Fight For Equal Pay

US Women’s Soccer Team Continues Fight For Equal Pay

The U.S. women’s national soccer team has renewed its fight for equal pay in sport. Despite having been refused by the national governing body, the team reportedly plans to wear…

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Many Sunscreens Fail Guidelines JAMA Study

For patients who regularly cover up with sunscreen hoping to prevent sunburns, cancer, and other sun-related health problems, a new study published in JAMA Dermatology might have some worrisome news.…

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Ashley Madison Under Investigation, Admits Some Women Were Computer “Fembots”

Ashley Madison Under Investigation, Admits Some Women Were Computer “Fembots”

Ashley Madison, the website branded for infidelity, has admitted some of the female profiles included on the site were not actual women but were in fact computer “fembots.” The admission…

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Reaches Jupiter

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Reaches Jupiter

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has reached Jupiter’s orbit, ending its five-year, 1.7 billion mile trek, which has reportedly cost $1.1 billion. The spacecraft sent a signal at 11:53 pm Eastern time…

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FDA Advisory Panel Votes to Allow Claim Regarding Jardiance Cardiovascular  Events

FDA Advisory Panel Votes to Allow Claim Regarding Jardiance Cardiovascular Events

A US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel has narrowly voted to approve a Jardiance claim that the drug can decrease the risk of cardiovascular death. Jardiance (empagliflozin), an…

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European Union Declines Relicensing of Monsanto Roundup

European Union Declines Relicensing of Monsanto Roundup

Monsanto’s top-selling herbicide Roundup has endured a stumbling block this week. The EU nations which include but are not limited to Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, and Croatia have refused to back…

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Google, Apple and Amazon breaking US child privacy law?

Google, Apple and Amazon breaking US child privacy law?

It’s common for this generation to be familiar with artificial intelligence. Nowadays every mobile device comes with Siri, Google Talk or some other type of voice-activated artificial intelligence. Well herein…

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