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Maple The Dog Will Probably Be Your New Favorite Vine Star

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 19:55 GMT // 0 Comments

This is Maple. – Take a look at some of Maple and Trench’s other Vines here, and follow them on Instagram @acoustictrench.

Watch Adorable Baby Otters Adorably Eating Breakfast

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 16:12 GMT // 0 Comments

Breakfast has never been cuter. Just look at bits of food get stuck on the chin of one of these rescued baby otters! – H/T Uproxx

4 reasons you should really learn to cook

by CNN // February 24, 2015 // Updated 14:47 GMT // 0 Comments

“It’s completely transforming,” says McCarthy, author of “Joyous Health: Eat and Live Well Without Dieting.” “I often tell people, ‘Do you want to feel better? Do you want to have more energy?’ Because great health starts in the kitchen.” Trust me: As a frequent restaurant patron, I feel your pain. But nearly every nutritionist I’ve […]

Manatees Rescued After Getting Trapped In Florida Storm Drain

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 09:02 GMT // 0 Comments

Another manatee splashing around! Looks happy to be out of the storm drain. pic.twitter.com/AqFMYLPV8O — shaun chaiyabhat (@ShaunLocal6) February 24, 2015

Early consumption may prevent peanut allergy, new study suggests

by CNN // February 24, 2015 // Updated 08:29 GMT // 0 Comments

Eating peanut products as a baby significantly reduces the risk of developing the allergy by 80% in high-risk infants, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests. Peanuts are one of the leading causes of food allergy reaction and can be fatal. An estimated 400,000 school-aged children in the United States have this […]

What You Really DON’T Want To Hear From Your Lover Online (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 07:45 GMT // 0 Comments

even though they’ve never met. Watch the video above as Dr. Phil reveals to Sarah that she’s not the only one who’s been getting the love letters that have won her over. Like Dr. Phil | Follow Dr. Phil | Be on the Show

Why A Woman Sent Online Lover She’s Never Met More Than $1.4 Million (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 06:53 GMT // 0 Comments

“Despite my two [failed] marriages, I still believe in love,” says Sarah, who has been dating a man she met online for the past 17 months. “He told me early on that he was a widower, and that he had two daughters and he was on a business trip to South Africa,” she says about […]

Stunning Photos Capture Rare Fox Sighting In San Francisco

by The Huffington Post // February 24, 2015 // Updated 04:56 GMT // 0 Comments

A gray fox, once a common sight in San Francisco’s Presidio, was spotted in the city’s national park for the first time in more than a decade last week. The photos capturing the moment are absolutely breathtaking. – Gray foxes are common in other parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, notably on Facebook’s campus […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 23:24 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Freezing Rain Coats Parts Of Texas With Ice

by The Huffington Post // February 23, 2015 // Updated 23:05 GMT // 0 Comments

Freezing rain coated parts of Texas with ice on Monday, leading to hundreds of canceled flights and a delay in the “American Sniper” murder trial. Elsewhere, arctic air and snow in parts of New England and New York made for a cold, dangerous commute. More broadly, temperatures are expected to be 25 to 30 degrees […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 21:49 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 21:49 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Feeding Infants Peanut Products Could Prevent Allergies, Study Suggests

by The New York Times // February 23, 2015 // Updated 21:38 GMT // 0 Comments

About 2 percent of American children are allergic to peanuts, a figure that has more than quadrupled since 1997 for reasons that are not entirely clear. There have also been big increases in other Western countries. For some people, even traces of peanuts can be life-threatening. An editorial published Monday in The New England Journal […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 19:23 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 19:23 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Poll: Majority of Americans want vaccines to be required as measles outbreak grows

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 19:23 GMT // 0 Comments

These results come as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting a total of 154 cases of measles in the country, from January 1, 2015 to February 20, 2015. That’s an additional 13 cases in the last week. The poll, conducted February 12-15, 2015, found 78% of the respondents believe parents should […]

Toxic Waste in the U.S.: Coal Ash

by The Huffington Post // February 23, 2015 // Updated 14:44 GMT // 0 Comments

some of it literally in people’s backyards. Read the whole story at Vice News

13-Year-Old’s Message For Her Mom Who Drinks

by The Huffington Post // February 23, 2015 // Updated 07:53 GMT // 0 Comments

“My dad is going to prison and I’m really upset about it because he’s the only parent I have in my life and the only one I can rely on,” says a 13-year-old, whose face is blurred in the video above to protect her identity. “My mom’s a complete drunk,” says the teen, who has […]

Superbug cases reported in North Carolina; 1 dead

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 03:19 GMT // 0 Comments

Eighteen people have contracted carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, so far this year, said Kevin McCarthy, spokesman with the Carolinas HealthCare System. Of those, 15 had CRE upon admission to the hospital in Charlotte; three acquired it in the hospital, and one died, the spokesman said. The cause of death was not immediately clear. – CNN’s […]

Superbug cases reported in North Carolina; 1 dead

by CNN // February 23, 2015 // Updated 03:19 GMT // 0 Comments

Eighteen people have contracted carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, so far this year, said Kevin McCarthy, spokesman with the Carolinas HealthCare System. Of those, 15 had CRE upon admission to the hospital in Charlotte; three acquired it in the hospital, and one died, the spokesman said. The cause of death was not immediately clear. – CNN’s […]

Deeper Ties To Corporate Cash For A Doubtful Climate Scientist

by The Huffington Post // February 21, 2015 // Updated 21:19 GMT // 0 Comments

For years, politicians wanting to block legislation on climate change have bolstered their arguments by pointing to the work of a handful of scientists who claim that greenhouse gases pose little risk to humanity.AP Read the whole story at The New York Times

Fracking Industry Distorts Science To Deceive Public And Policymakers, Says Watchdog Group

by The Huffington Post // February 21, 2015 // Updated 12:30 GMT // 0 Comments

The oil and gas industry sponsors and spins research to shape the scientific debate over horizontal hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. That’s the conclusion of a watchdog group’s analysis of more than 130 documents distributed to policymakers by industry representatives. “Research and statistics can be manipulated to say whatever the person using them wants to say,” […]

Ebola crisis: Liberia to reopen borders, lift curfew

by CNN // February 21, 2015 // Updated 06:03 GMT // 0 Comments

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf also lifted a nationwide curfew imposed in August to help combat the virus. Her orders, which go into effect Sunday, come the same week schools reopened after a five-month hiatus. The virus has killed about 9,365 people mostly in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, according to the World Health Organization. – […]

Man’s death leads to discovery of new virus in Kansas, CDC reports

by CNN // February 20, 2015 // Updated 22:57 GMT // 0 Comments

A 50-year-old man suffered multiple tick bites in the spring of 2014 while working outside on his property, the CDC said in an article published in the agency’s “Infectious Diseases” journal. – This is the first time a virus in this group, known as thogotoviruses, has been known to cause illness in the United States, […]

Ask Well: Sick With Two Kinds of Flu?

by The New York Times // February 20, 2015 // Updated 12:18 GMT // 0 Comments

Yes. The first word that influenza experts use to describe the illness is “unpredictable.” In a normal flu season, at least three strains circulate. Flus mutate every year as they pass through millions of human hosts. Over decades, they sometimes even pick up genes from pig or bird flus. – What surface is the most […]

3 breakfast rules to follow to lose weight

by CNN // February 20, 2015 // Updated 11:45 GMT // 0 Comments

One of the best ways to eat better, move more and lose weight — and to make realistic and long-lasting lifestyle changes — is by eating a healthy breakfast every morning. Studies show that eating breakfast jump-starts your metabolism, so it’s an easy way to kick-start your efforts. But when it comes to breakfasts, not […]

CRE outbreak: You’re due to go in for a procedure. Should you be worried?

by CNN // February 20, 2015 // Updated 07:30 GMT // 0 Comments

Two patients died at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in a superbug CRE outbreak, caused by two medical scopes that still carried the bacteria even after they were disinfected. In addition to the two victims, seven hospital patients were infected with the deadly superbug between October and January. The medical center has contacted 179 […]

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