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Implant will show when cancer is present by generating artificial mole on skin

An implant which detects cancer in the body and causes a small artificial mole to appear on the skin as an early warning sign has been developed by scientists.<p>The tiny patch lies under the skin and is made of a network of cells which constantly monitor calcium levels in the body.<p>Cancer causes …

Cancer

An 87-year-old millionaire buried treasure in the Rockies—and he’s offered one main clue

Somewhere in the Rockies, in the roughly 1,000 miles between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the Canadian border, may be a treasure chest worth millions. …

Archaeology

Pioneer doctor Asperger was Nazi collaborator who 'sent children to their deaths'

The pioneering Austrian paediatrician whose name came to describe patients with Asperger’s syndrome was in fact a Nazi collaborator who sent children to their deaths, new research reveals.<p>Hans Asperger has for decades been regarded as a hero in the field of autism treatment and research, said to …

Autism

I switched to the iPhone X after years on Android — and I have no regrets

<i>Update: This article and headline have been updated to correct a reference to the Motorola Razr being an Android phone. That phone predated Android by four years.</i><p>I have long been a faithful Android user, shuttling through the HTC Desire, the Samsung Galaxy S3, a Moto G and, most recently, a Huawei …

Mobile Technology

Dad reveals full horror of Humboldt Broncos junior ice hockey bus crash as he desperately tried to save son's trapped teammates

Rushing to a crash scene on a Canada highway after receiving a "hysterical" call from his son, Myles Shumlanski was met by a horrifying sight.<p>In …

Humboldt Broncos

Three cups of coffee a day clears out your arteries, study finds

Three cups of coffee a day clears out your arteries and could help beat heart disease, according to a new study.<p>Scientists at the University of Sao Paulo took dietary information and Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC) readings from more than 4,400 study participants, nearly all of whom drank coffee.<p>They …

Coffee

You Really Shouldn't Ignore Your Gut Reaction, Science Finds

A 'gut feeling' can be more than a feeling.<p>When it comes to understanding our moods and emotional responses, our brain is usually the first place we …

Microbiology

Florida school shooting students told to wear clear backpacks

<b>Students at the Florida high school where 17 people were shot dead last month are being asked to wear clear backpacks.</b><p>School officials have written to families of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High pupils outlining the plans as part of new security measures.<p>They said any student without a clear rucksack …

Nikolas Cruz

Sea of Thieves review

Life as a pirate starts strong ... and then you enter the doldrums<p><i>Sea of Thieves</i> is a role-playing game in the truest sense of the phrase, and the exchange below exemplifies its highs and lows. You are a pirate. You’re not a stealthy merchant with a silver tongue or a dwarven archer. There is only …

Sea of Thieves

The Poignant Symbolism in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding Invitations

While only a lucky handful of people will receive one in the mail, anyone with an Internet connection can now get a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding invitation.<p>“Invitations to the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have been issued in the name of His Royal Highness the …

Prince Harry

I'm blind and deaf, and I've explored 127 countries alone – here's what I've learnt

Close your eyes, cover your ears, now go and tour Rome on your own. It’s a prospect that seems infeasible, and yet voyaging the world solo while blind and mostly deaf is exactly what Tony Giles does, and he’s almost certainly better travelled than you are.<p>The Devon-based author and explorer, who …

Papua New Guinea

Genetic tests reveal tragic reality of Atacama 'alien' skeleton

Mummified remains from Chilean ghost town revealed to be baby girl with malformations so bizarre they led to speculation over alien life<p>When the mummified remains of a six-inch humanoid were found in an abandoned mining town in Chile’s Atacama desert 15 years ago, speculation on its origins ran …

Mutations

Scientists still don’t understand how freedivers can survive such crushing depths

They hang between life and death in a delicate balance.<p>Free divers swim to extreme depths underwater (the current record is 214m, more than 700 feet) without any breathing apparatus. Champions can hold their breath for extraordinary amounts of time—the record for women is nine minutes, and men …

Scuba Diving

One in ten people who have never used cocaine have traces on fingertips

Cocaine is now so prevalent in society that one in 10 people who have never used the drug have traces on their hands, a new study has shown.<p>Researchers at the University Surrey tested the fingerprints of 50 drug free volunteers and 15 drug users who had taken cocaine or heroin in the past 24 …

Student who walked out to mark Parkland shooting receives her roses after school blocked delivery

SAYREVILLE, N.J. — A student who garnered nationwide attention when she walked out of a high school under the threat of punishment to mark the deadly Parkland, Fla., shooting has received her delivery of roses after the school refused the flowers.<p>Sophomore Rosa Rodriguez, 15, walked out of school …

High School

Here's how 10 of the largest and most important naval battles in modern history played out

The waters of the Earth's oceans have seen as much violence and conflict as its land.<p>For centuries the only way to travel the world was to brave the high sea. Control over shipping routes was essential for the security of nations and empires. Throughout history, the nations of the world have built …

World History

9 Tips to Help You Co-exist Peacefully With Difficult People

Try out these proven ways to deal with difficult people and see how magically they work out for you<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>Are you struggling to cope with difficult behavior of …

Self-help

Bumble CEO: I don't think about Tinder

Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd pays no mind to her biggest competitor and former employer: Tinder.<p>"I actually don't think about Tinder," said Wolfe Herd in a conversation with journalist Gayle King at the annual SXSW festival. Wolfe Herd launched Bumble as a female-friendly dating app in 2014 after …

Wolfe

Richard Ratcliffe: 'This is the second Mother's Day my wife Nazanin won't spend at home with our daughter'

Richard Ratcliffe is sitting at his family dining table. “This will be the second Mother’s Day alone,” he says, looking down at the glittery child-proof tablecloth that still covers it. “Two years without my wife and baby is a long time.”<p>The 43-year-old accountant has not seen his wife, Nazanin …

‘Never Again’: Fighting Hate in a Changing Germany With Tours of Nazi Camps

ORANIENBURG, Germany — It was not the execution wall or the electric fence or even the description of the smell of human flesh burning day and night that made the teenagers stop cold.<p>It was the bunk beds.<p>In their wooden ordinariness, they spoke to the 10th graders visiting the former Nazi …

Nazi Concentration Camps

Nintendo just announced 13 new games coming in 2018 for its wildly popular Switch console, including a new 'Smash Bros.'

As 2018 rages onward, Nintendo is pulling back the curtain more and more on its plans for the future of the wildly popular Switch console.<p>This year is looking like another biggie for the Japanese gaming giant.<p>More than just new entries in B-tier franchises like "Kirby" and "Mario Tennis," a huge …

Gaming

Disney theories ranked by just how little they make sense

Look, I'm a huge Disney fan and consider myself more enthusiastic about Disney than the average person. That being said, there's something in the …

We visited Dollar Tree and Dollar General to see which was a better store — and the winner was clear

Bargain-hunting has been the flavor of the past decade.<p>Since the recession, cost-conscious consumers have flocked to off-price, thrift, and dollar stores in search of good deals. As a result, these stores have seen a surge in sales.<p>From 2010 to 2015, US dollar-store sales grew to $45.3 billion from …

eCommerce

Mother lost almost all of her limbs after hospital failed to spot she was suffering from sepsis

A mother lost almost all of her limbs after a hospital failed to spot she was suffering from sepsis.<p>Magdalena Malec, 31, had to have both of her legs, her right arm and the fingers of her left hand amputated after contracting the disease in hospital.<p>She also needed a kidney transplant to save her …

10 subtle signs you're smarter than you think you are

You might be surprised to know which of your quirks can reveal your inner genius.<p>1. You accept that there are plenty of things you don't know<p>You may think that pretending you know everything, even when you don't, makes you come across as smarter. But in reality, people who aren't afraid to be …

Psychology

Dentists keep dying of this lung disease. The CDC can’t figure out why.

Seven of the patients were dead, and two more were dying of a rare chronic, progressive lung disease that can be treated but not cured.<p>It’s estimated that about 200,000 people in the United States have Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) at any one time.<p>But the common denominator of a small group …

Medicine

Elon Musk: SpaceX and Tesla alive 'by skin of their teeth'

<b>Elon Musk says his companies SpaceX and Tesla are both still alive only "by the skin of their teeth".</b><p>The entrepreneur told an audience at the South by South West (SXSW) conference that both companies almost went bankrupt in 2008.<p>"I gave both SpaceX and Tesla a probability of less than 10% likely to …

Tesla

Our consciousness will shoot through the cosmos on laser beams, says Michio Kaku

Humans are going to terraform Mars. And communicate with aliens. And merge with robots. And possibly find the key to immortality, or at least …

UPS Drivers Never Turn Left, and Neither Should You

UPS drivers will never turn left—and other drivers should consider doing the same.<p>If you follow a delivery truck along its route, you will see it …

Doctors find virus in a pond, use it to destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria in man's heart

After Yale doctors replaced a major blood vessel in a 76-year-old man's heart, his chest became infected with bacteria.<p>The usual solution would be to …