Surgeons have performed the first face transplant in the United States but reporters must be forgetting the most famous face transplant of all time Michael Jackson.
Italian researchers report that the risk of getting colorectal cancer is higher in smokers, as is the risk of dying from that disease.
Maybe these people aren’t smoking the right way!
Chowing down on lentil soup and pasta seems to be the way to go if you have type 2 diabetes or if you simply have no taste buds.
New research shows people who snore burn more calories when they’re resting during the day than people who sleep quietly through the night.
That’s because snorers are running from their significant others who want to kill them for keeping them up all night listening to the snoring.
The FDA has announced it will require makers of epilepsy drugs to add a warning about increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors to the products’ prescribing information or labeling.
You have to admire a government agency that is more worried about the packaging than the product.
How about simply urging the drug makers to find an alternative remedy without the side effects?
You know government involvement in anything increases the risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors too but there’s never any warnings posted in government buildings about that!
Death rates for heart disease and stroke fell about 30% between 1999 and 2006.
Amazing, so many of us have terrible diets and non-existent exercise regimens, thank God for genetics, pacemakers, and red wine.
No stats on how many didn’t die from heart disease and stroke but whose livers failed.
Measurements of the lack of growth of galaxy clusters over the last five billion years put astronomers one step closer, they say, toward narrowing the possible explanations of dark energy, the mysterious force that is speeding up the universe but puts them two steps back from explaining why so many of them believe in a mysterious force of dark energy but refuse to believe in God a known source of light energy that speeds up peace in the universe.
Scientists says the Earth’s protective magnetosphere has two large holes that are letting in disruptive solar winds.
Once again, Mother Nature forgot to tell her kids, the other forces of the universe, to close the doors tightly.
What an absentee parent!
By the year 2020, a majority of tech savvy citizens will be attached to their touch-screen and voice recognition-based smart phones, blurring the lines between personal and work time, as well as physical and virtual reality.
Great, soon people will be able to call each other from inside a virtual woman on a porn website.
Dell hopes to save $8.1 million over the next four years by making changes to the materials used in packing and shipping its PCs.
Soon when you get a new computer, it’ll be shipped in a brown paper bag.
Would you rather give up sex or the Internet for two weeks?
For 46 percent of women and 30 percent of men, the answer is sex, according to a study conducted by Harris Interactive and sponsored by Intel.
Yeah, but they didn’t ask how many would give up Internet sex?
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said US automakers will receive a federal aid package as soon as the government can draft a suitable plan that ensures the companies’ long-term survival.
Coming soon to an auto dealer near you, the Bailout BS.
Built by bureacrats, for bureacrats, to transport bureacrats.
One-and-a-half, before the whole thing falls apart.
On board vacuum capable of removing all cash and other valuables from wallets and pocketbooks.
The US president has “no hard feelings” about the Iraqi journalist who flung shoes at him, the White House says. Muntadar al-Zaidi threw his shoes at George W Bush during a Baghdad press conference, calling him a dog.
Borrowing a line from Get Smart, you missed him by…that…much.
2008 was one of the top ten warmest years….for weather.
It was one of the top ten coldest years for job growth, wealth creation, and general feeling of well-being among the American public.
Yale University’s endowment has lost 25 percent, or $5.5 billion, in four months.
Meanwhile, an Ivy League education still costs a fortune but with the economy sucking a tailpipe there’s no where to use it.