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Low Blood Sugar May Incite Marital Conflict

COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) — Low blood sugar can lead to feelings of anxiety and irritability — sweaty palms, a racing heartbeat, dizziness, extreme hunger and other symptoms. A drop in blood sugar can also make humans more likely to lash out at their spouses or significant others. That according to researchers at Ohio State. “People […]

New Technology Helps Paleontologists See Ice-Age Bee In Intricate Detail

LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Scientists in California recently used CT scanning technology to capture remarkably detailed photos of an Ice Age bee, preserved in a nest of ancient leaves. The Megiachile gentiles specimen — a species of bee that’s still alive today — was first excavated from Los Angeles’ La Brea tar pits in the […]

New Fossil Shows Ancient Spiders Had Extra Eyes

MANCHESTER, England (UPI) — Using advanced infrared imaging technologies, researchers from the American Museum of Natural History and the University of Manchester, in England, were able to see a 305-million-year-old harvestman fossil in remarkable detail. In analyzing the ancient creepy crawler, scientists found that the harvestman didn’t have just one set of eyes; they found […]

Snowy Owl Sightings Not A Concern, Experts Say

MONTPELIER, Vt. (UPI) — An increase in the number of snowy owl sightings in the United States shouldn’t be a cause for concern, experts say. It’s normal for the snow-white owls to be seen migrating south this time of year, but in 2014 there has been an abnormally large number of sightings as far south […]

Retail Sales Increase 1.1 Percent In March For Biggest Surge Since 2012

WASHINGTON (UPI) — Americans upped their spending in March, as retail sales for the month increased by 1.1 percent, helping the economy recover from a dull start to the year. Retail sales rose by 1.1 percent, higher than the 0.9 percent increase estimated by 78 economists polled by Bloomberg. The Commerce department said that the […]

New Congressional Report Presses For E-Cigarette Regulation

WASHINGTON (UPI) — A new Congressional report released Monday says concerns highlight the need to regulate the fast-growing electronic cigarette market. The Democrats’ report, “Gateway to Addiction? A Survey of Popular Electronic Cigarette Manufacturers and Marketing to Youth,” surveyed eight e-cigarette companies. Lawmakers describe the different flavors and marketing that appeal to young people and […]

Syria, Rebels Blame Each Other For Alleged Poison Gas Attack

DAMASCUS, Syria (UPI) — Both sides in the Syrian civil war blamed each other for a reported poison gas attack in the central province of Hama. Pro-opposition accounts of heavy fighting Saturday between Syrian and rebel groups reported a chemical strike in the agricultural village of Kfar Zeita, north of the provincial capital, Hama. State-run […]

Obama Hosts Easter Prayer Breakfast, Chooses Openly Gay Bishop To Lead Prayer

WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Barack Obama hosted 150 Christian leaders for the fifth annual Easter Prayer Breakfast Monday. The breakfast marks the beginning of Holy Week at the White House, a tradition started by the Obama Administration in 2010 to celebrate the life and death of Jesus Christ. “I want to thank you for your […]

General Rejects Clemency Appeal For Manning In Leak Of Classified Documents

WASHINGTON (UPI) — A general has refused to reduce the sentence on the former U.S. Army intelligence analyst convicted as Bradley Manning of leaking classified documents. The Pentagon said Monday that Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan approved the 35-year sentence, rejecting a request for clemency. Manning, who now goes by the name Chelsea and has asked […]

Pentagon: Russian Attack Aircraft Made ‘Provocative And Unprofessional’ Passes Near American Destroyer In Black Sea

WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. Department of Defense said Monday that a Russian attack aircraft made 12 passes near the USS Donald Cook while in international waters in the Black Sea on Saturday. Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren called the incident “provocative and unprofessional,” and added that “these continued acts of provocation and unprofessionalism […]

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