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    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Last year, 180,000 Americans were diagnosed with blood cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma, and currently, 1.3 million are either living with these cancers or are in remission.WATCH: Our Chicago Part 1EMBED More News Videos Leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and myelodysplasia are the four major areas of blood cancer, according to Kevin Radelet, Leukemia Research Foundation. The...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Last year, 180,000 Americans were diagnosed with blood cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma, and currently, 1.3 million are either living with these cancers or are in remission.WATCH: Our Chicago Part 1EMBED More News Videos Leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and myelodysplasia are the four major areas of blood cancer, according to Kevin Radelet, Leukemia Research Foundation. The...
    Former President Donald Trump released two statements in response to Dr. Anthony Fauci’s leaked emails, saying the U.S. is “fortunate” he did not follow Fauci’s advice. “After seeing the emails, our Country is fortunate I didn’t do what Dr. Fauci wanted me to do,” Trump said in a statement Thursday. The Washington Post obtained 866 pages of Dr. Fauci’s private...
    Anthony Fauci testified it would have been “almost a dereliction of our duty” if the National Institutes of Health had not worked with China to study coronaviruses as he defended NIH money going to fund “collaboration” with “very respectable Chinese scientists.” EcoHealth Alliance received at least $3.7 million from NIH from 2014 to 2020, and Peter Daszak, a key...
    Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) told Breitbart News on Monday that the federal government should stop funding viral research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. “The world really does deserve some answers on the origins of COVID [Chinese coronavirus], but of course red China is absolutely refusing to cooperate with any sort of international efforts,” Ernst said on SiriusXM’s...
    (CNN)One of the Earth's longest-flying spacecraft has detected a "persistent hum" beyond our solar system, according to a new study.NASA's Voyager 1 launched on September 5 1977, from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard a Titan-Centaur rocket, just weeks after its sister craft, Voyager 2. Although they were initially designed to last five years, more than 43 years after they launched, the...
    President Biden on Wednesday told the nation that it's "within our power" to end cancer, as part of a larger argument for creating an advanced health research agency similar to the Defense Department's DARPA. The president grew emotional when discussing the disease, which claimed the life of his son Beau Biden in 2015.  "The Defense Department has an agency called...
    In this article MSFTPrasit photo | Getty ImagesIf you are among the workers who live in fear of the stacked blocks in your Microsoft Outlook calendar detailing back-to-back meetings, this new discovery won't surprise you, but we still need science to confirm what we all abundantly, anecdotally knew. Microsoft brain wave activity researchers took a look at our minds on...
    Political polarization is seeping into every aspect of U.S. life, dictating how Americans choose their friends, jobs and product brands, and making life worse in the process, a new study finds. 'Political polarization is having far-reaching impacts on American life, harming consumer welfare and creating challenges for people,' the recent study from the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing said....
    If you’re looking for a new and improved face mask check this one out. Backcountry is having their big Winter Yard Sale, and they are taking 25% off one of our absolute favorite face masks for the event. Outdoor Research Face Mask Kit Down From $20Buy at Backcountry$15Scouted Contributor Steven John thinks the Outdoor Research Face Mask Kit is a...
    Picture a woman preparing for a date. She spends hours painting her nails, applying crimson lipstick, styling her hair and slipping into a tight dress and heels. Finally, she’s ready to strike an alluring pose — or should I say, sales pitch? After all, she’s been crafting an image of seductiveness, she hopes says ‘pick me’ In these days of...
    Share Tweet Share Share E-mail Isabel Varela Nieto has a doctorate in Chemical Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid, a researcher at the CIBERER-ISCIII and a CSIC research professor at the “Alberto Sols” Biomedical Research Institute (CSIC-UAM), where she directs the Neurobiology group of the Hearing, which focuses its research on understanding the genetic and...
    At this point, I have so many masks, I don’t know where to put them. I’m considering repurposing a tie rack and making it a mask rack, since who knows when I’ll wear a tie again? But even still, mask technology is improving on what seems like a daily basis and so I’m searching for the best face masks money...
    (CNN)Can't stomach the plastic pollution that washes up on beaches, kills sea life and makes its way into the food chain? Well mealworms can -- literally.Growing to more than 2cm long, mealworms are the larval stage of the mealworm beetle. Scientists have known for some time now about their ability to eat certain plastics, and researchers are now learning more...
    Some insect repellents may be an effective killer of COVID-19, but please don’t go Off-ing yourself just yet. Pyramid Products, a UK-based company, is warning consumers that their products should not be used to kill the coronavirus. The public alert comes amid reports this week of new studies that found Citriodiol, an ingredient in some bug sprays, could be...
    Some insect repellants may be an effective killer of COVID-19, but please don’t go Off-ing yourself just yet. Pyramid Products, a UK-based company, is warning consumers that their products should not be used to kill the coronavirus. The public alert comes reports this week of new studies that found Citriodiol, an ingredient in some bug sprays, could be used to...
    Let’s get right into it. I want to introduce you to the Echo Plus, the solution to the problems you never knew you had! Now, the Echo Plus is one of Amazon’s premium built-in smart home hubs that are completely voice-controlled and are meant to be effective modern household assistants if utilized correctly. These Echo products at surface-level are effective...
    If you are anything like me, keeping a clean home is incredibly important. Whether it’s cleaning the dishes, wiping countertops, or taking out the trash, cleaning is always an important aspect of keeping a tidy home. However, there’s always that one house chore that never seems to get done: the vacuuming. To me, vacuuming is not a very gratifying aspect...
    Looking for the perfect gift for a friend who loves to read? Alternatively, maybe you’re the bookwork looking to upgrade the way you read! Either way, look no further as we have found the perfect gift for readers looking to revolutionize the way they read their books. Personally, I found myself in desperate need of finding an alternative to going...
    A Russian hacking group that played a role in breaking into Democratic networks during the 2016 election is now trying to steal coronavirus research, according to officials in the U.S., U.K., and Canada.   In a joint cybersecurity advisory released by the three countries, intelligence agencies warned that a Russian hacking ground referred to as “APT29” had “targeted various organisations involved...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota-based 3M is teaming up with researchers from the Massachusetts Institute Of Technology to develop a new rapid COVID-19 test that can be completed at point-of-care — and within minutes. On Tuesday, 3M announced that the accelerated research is now underway with a goal of a new highly accurate, mass-produced and low-cost diagnostic device that delivers COVID-19...
    Kathryn Francis, University of Bradford Many of us know that feeling of waking up, headache in tow, struggling to remember what we said and did after that extra drink the night before. And then suddenly, the memories vividly resurface. Alcohol disinhibits us, making us say and do things that we’d otherwise keep under wraps. People will often drink to gain...
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