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Scientists Discovered What Causes Dementia

Scientists discovered a major cause of dementia which can help in the diagnosis and treatment of the illness. The researchers point to toxic levels …

Dementia

20 Concealers That'll Legit Hide Anything, According to Sephora Reviews

Finding your concealer soulmate can kind of feel as overwhelming as being newly single and signing up for every dating app at once. But that's why you gotta love Sephora: When you...

Makeup

I Do It My Way: Listening to Our Body's Signals

Acutely sick at 19, I spent the next 17 years undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. At 36, an Infectious Disease Specialist informed me I had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, recently renamed Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease. I was stunned by how well my symptoms fit the diagnostic criteria for this illness, …

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

CHART: The WHO warns that processed meat causes cancer. These countries should be worried most.

LONDON — On Monday, a research division of the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that bacon, sausage and other processed meats cause cancer, and that red meat probably does, too.<p>In Britain — which is proud of its bacon and meat-heavy breakfast — the news was quickly debated nationally. …

18 Movies to Watch Before They Leave Netflix in October

"That rug really tied the room together."<p>Every month, Netflix bids farewell to a collection of great titles, but this September is a particularly difficult month for those who love the streaming giant. From horror to drama to comedy, an unusually large number of notable films will disappear when …

How Animals Hacked The Rainbow And Got Stumped On Blue

Until about 600 million years ago, seeing colors didn't matter so much to Earth's inhabitants — nobody had eyes.<p>"Before the eye evolved, you just wouldn't have seen what was there," says Andrew Parker, a biologist at London's Natural History Museum who studies the evolution of color.<p>Simple animals …

2014 Entry-Level to Enthusiast DSLR Comparison Guide

In this guide we'll be looking at a range of cameras, some are intended as your first DSLR, while others are designed for demanding experienced …

Poverty, Addiction, and a New Way Forward

Applying the principles of constructive conservatism where the war on drugs has failed.<p>Editor’s Note: <i>This is an excerpt from a speech on poverty</i> …

Crime

Heavy And Extended Bouts Of Bleeding Are Common In Menopause, Study Says

Women may welcome menopause, thinking they can finally bid farewell to tampons, maxi pads, and Midol. But a new study shows recurring and prolonged bleeding is actually a common side effect of going through "the change."<p>Researchers from the University of Michigan studied over 1,300 women ages 42 to …

Standing on one leg may predict which 53-year-olds at risk of early death

Standing on one leg and repeatedly standing up from a chair could provide early warning of later health problems<p>Simple everyday tasks such as getting out of chair and standing on one leg can be used to predict which middle aged people are at risk of an early death, a study has found.<p>Men aged 53 …

What's Next for Obamacare?

With the completion of open enrollment for individual health insurance, the focus on Obamacare shifts from <i>how many</i> people signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act to who signed up. The latter will be a primary indicator for the cost of health insurance next year.<p><b>Surge of …

Health Care

A Physician's Take on the Affordable Care Act

Dr. Victoria Sweet was a physician for 20 years at San Francisco's Laguna Honda hospital, the last almshouse of the country. She spent time with complicated patients while getting her Ph.D. in history. The focus of her study was a 12th century mystic and medical practitioner, Hildegard of Bingen, …

The Week in Review: Heartbleed Strikes

Inside Flipboard / April 12, 2014<p>Last Monday, news broke that sensitive user information stored by most major websites was vulnerable to hackers–and …