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5G Wireless Will Redraw the Wireless Industry Map: Who Stands to Lose?

5G wireless was supposed to cement wireless carriers’ grip and threaten traditional broadband providers—but what if it does the opposite?<p>You may have heard that fifth-generation wireless technology, better known as 5G, is coming, and it’ll be awesome. If you don’t know anything more than that, you …

Trump Administration

This Is Where Body Fat Actually Goes When You Lose Weight

No, you don't pee it out.<p>Despite society's obsession with weight loss, a study has revealed that, surprisingly, most health professionals don't …

Flu

Spread of breast cancer linked to compound in asparagus and other foods

Using drugs or diet to reduce levels of asparagine may benefit patients, say researchers<p>Breast cancer patients could be encouraged to cut asparagus and other foods from their diets in the future to reduce the risk of the disease spreading, scientists say.<p>Researchers are investigating whether a …

Cancer

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As the cholesterol confusion persists, I wanted to give a brief, simple explanation of what is good and what is bad about cholesterol. Frustratingly, …

Eggs Don’t Cause Heart Attacks — Sugar Does - Dr. Mark Hyman

It’s over. The debate is settled.<p><i>It’s sugar, not fat, that causes heart attacks.</i><p>Oops. Fifty years of doctors’ advice and government eating guidelines …

An ER visit, a $12,000 bill — and a health insurer that wouldn’t pay - Vox

A new insurance policy expects patients to diagnose themselves.<p>Brittany Cloyd was doubled over in pain when she arrived at Frankfort Regional Medical Center’s emergency room on July 21, 2017.<p>“They got me a wheelchair and wheeled me back to a room immediately,” said Cloyd, 27, who lives in …

The 7 Worst Foods for Your Brain

Your brain is the most important organ in your body.<p>It keeps your heart beating, lungs breathing and all the systems in your body functioning.<p>That’s …

Peeved by price gouging and shortages, hospitals will now make their own drugs | Ars Technica

“This is a shot across the bow of the bad guys.”<p>For four of the country’s largest hospital systems, enough is enough.<p>Sick of drug companies’ …

Martin Shkreli

Beware a bottled booger blast—they can blow up your throat, doctors warn | Ars Technica

An otherwise healthy 34-year-old man throttled a sneeze—and had regrets.<p>Ah… AHHH… <i>Choo</i>se wisely when it comes to handling that impending sneeze. …

Inflammation

Ben Shapiro Explains Why You Should Never Google 'Trickle Down Economics'

If you’ve ever engaged in an economics debate with someone on the left side of the political spectrum you have probably become privy to the term …

'Is Ian cured? Maybe': the astonishing cancer treatment of Australia's chief scientist

“One of my kids said to me it was the first time in their life they saw me scared,” says Ian Chubb, recalling a time he found himself almost unable to breathe after walking for just a few dozen metres.<p>Perhaps more than any other living Australian, Chubb has dedicated his life to championing science.<p>…

Cancer

2018 Goals: Get more sleep. Sleep deprivation is toxic to your health

You can live for about three minutes without air, three days without water and about 21 days without food. But in between food and water, there is something else critically essential: sleep.<p>It turns out you can only live about 11 days without sleep. You can give it a try if you don’t believe me, …

Toxins

Physicists Overturn a 100-Year-Old Assumption on How Brains Work

This is how neurons actually fire.<p>The human brain contains a little over 80-odd billion neurons, each joining with other cells to create trillions of …

This Extreme Diet Reversed Type 2 Diabetes in Up to 86% of Patients

It could improve millions of lives.<p>Type 2 diabetes isn't necessarily for life, with a new clinical trial providing some of the clearest evidence yet …

How Google Hit Its Staggering Goal of Running 100% Wind and Solar Energy

It has reached a major milestone.<p>Google is now 100 percent powered by wind and solar energy. The company announced on Thursday that a series of new …

Renewable Energy

Psoriasis could be prevented with artificial vanilla extract

An interesting new study has uncovered a compound that could be a candidate for the prevention and treatment of psoriasis: a synthetic form of …

Medical Research

How Do Stress Exposure and Stress Regulation Relate to Borderline Personality Disorder?

Introduction<p>Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a complex personality disorder which affects 2% of the adult general population. Ten percent of …

How Gut Health and Depression Could Be Connected

The Connection Between Gut Health and Depression<p>Got the blues? Your gut bacteria could be to blame.<p>November 29, 2017<p>In the world of medicine and …

Disease

Epidemic Of Health Care Waste: From $1,877 Ear Piercing To ICU Overuse

Support the news<p>Two years ago, Margaret O'Neill brought her 5-year-old daughter to Children's Hospital Colorado because the band of tissue that …

Experts say universal basic income would boost US economy by staggering $2.5 trillion

UBI in the U.S.A.<p>In recent months, everyone from Elon Musk to Sir Richard Branson has come out in favor of universal basic income (UBI), a system in …

Physicists just found a loophole in graphene that could unlock clean, limitless energy

By all measures, graphene shouldn’t exist. The fact it does comes down to a neat loophole in physics that sees an impossible 2D sheet of atoms act …

Graphene

The science is in — why gluten sensitivity is probably fake

Unless you have Celiac Disease, your sensitivity to "gluten" probably has nothing to do with gluten at all. Following is the transcript of the video.<p>Your gluten sensitivity may not be caused by gluten. A recent study shows that the real culprit could be fructan. Fructan is a type of carbohydrate. …

Gluten

Nobody can explain loud ‘booms’ heard worldwide

Mysterious booming sounds have left people baffled all over the planet.<p>The terrifying noises have been recorded everywhere from the Middle East to …

Despite dubious claims, manuka honey may be antibiotic powerhouse

Manuka honey is often touted as a "superfood" that treats many ailments, including allergies, colds and flus, gingivitis, sore throats, staph infections, and numerous types of wounds.<p>Manuka can apparently also boost energy, "detox" your system, lower cholesterol, stave off diabetes, improve sleep, …

Alternative Medicine

Neuroscientists have identified how exactly a deep breath changes your mind

Breathing is traditionally thought of as an automatic process driven by the brainstem—the part of the brain controlling such life-sustaining functions as heartbeat and sleeping patterns. But new and unique research, involving recordings made directly from within the brains of humans undergoing …

Fructan, not gluten, may be the real culprit for many an upset stomach

Although only one percent of the population are affected by celiac disease, gluten-free diets have become a major food trend in recent years. …

The forgotten art of squatting is a revelation for bodies ruined by sitting

Sentences that start with the phrase “A guru once told me…” are, more often than not, eye-roll-inducing. But recently, while resting in <i>malasana</i>, or a deep squat, in an East London yoga class, I was struck by the second half of the instructor’s sentence: “A guru once told me that the problem with …

New Jersey

The injury factor: Whether luck or design, Georgia in great shape

ATHENS – As the Georgia football team practiced Wednesday, an observer could watch from an overhang in the indoor facility, gaze at the team and see …