Although doctors continually dish out drugs to prevent heart disease, researchers in England find that they could just as effectively give their patients a particular fruit. Eating one of these fruits daily, their study shows, may protect your heart about as well as a statin drug.
While much of the international community has condemned the National Security Agency’s privacy-abrogating surveillance techniques, President Barack Obama has at least one fan of government espionage on his side: Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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TMZ and its editor, Harvey Levin, have a lot to say about the “Duck Dynasty” flap. The network suspended patriarch Phil Robertson, whose duck call launched the family dynasty, over comments he made in an interview with GQ. Levin, who is gay himself, tweeted his disgust with A&E for its handling of the situation. A&E […]
For some reason, it’s buried pretty far down in the story, but a revelation reported Friday by CBS News demonstrates that President Barack Obama has been putting politics ahead of policy for a long, long time when it comes to the launch of his pet health care website. According to CBS, Teresa Fryer, chief information […]
On Wednesday, we asked you to come up with some ideas for how President Barack Obama should have phrased his now-infamous “Pajama Boy” tweet to more accurately reflect the silliness of his latest sales pitch for Obamacare at Christmastime. Here’s how a few of you responded. We received many more, but some of them either […]
The National Security Agency was a hot topic again this week, as more surveillance details were revealed. But what really got tongues wagging this week was that Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame quacked his way out of a job.
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The editorial board of The Baltimore Sun is embracing a suggestion by Representative John Delaney (D-Md.) that the State should consider abandoning its troubled healthcare online marketplace and just refer everyone who plans to sign up for Obamacare to the Federal Healthcare.gov website.
As you age, your body slowly but surely loses the battle to keep its organs from suffering oxidative damage. But in two key areas, your genetic material and your mitochondria (cellular energy producers), researchers have found a supplement that can help the body fight back against the vicissitudes of getting older.