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Top 9 at 9: A contest to marry Prince Harry, Emma Roberts in cream & more news

We've got the top 9 things you need to know this a.m. - from the latest fashion sightings, to style news, to must-have products - our daily style fix …

Is Your Cell Phone Making You Fat?

Late-night screen time may be leaving us sleepless and saddlebagged.<p>Remember your mother's favorite admonitions about watching television? "Don't sit too close—you'll rot your brain." "Junk food for the mind!" Granted, these days we aren't pressing our nose up to the living room tube as much as …

Kurt Cobain Tributes: Living in Nirvana

Friends, loved ones, bandmates, young admirers, Seattle colleagues and more honor Kurt's life and legacy<p>15<p>In many ways, Nirvana were the sum of …

Kurt Cobain

Johnny Cash: Out Among the Stars

Johnny Cash often seemed like he was granite in human form, so it's odd to think that such a giant once had his career derailed by John Travolta. The …

Waylon Jennings

McDonald's 'Temporarily' Shutters Crimea Locations

As predicted, the ongoing turmoil in Ukraine and Russia is having an impact on Western brands in the region: <b>McDonald's</b> has announced (in Ukrainian) that it is "temporarily" closing its three locations in Crimea for "<b>operational reasons beyond our control</b>."<p>Per the statement, McDonald's is also …

The Age of Oprah Chai Tea Is Upon Us

A few weeks ago, Starbucks announced that Oprah Winfrey has been hard at work on her own signature drink, to be called Oprah Chai Tea. The …

Arrests Made After April Fool's Prank at In-N-Out Burger

Three men were arrested after an April Fool's Day prank at a California <b>In-N-Out Burger</b> led to the dispatch of a <b>dozen patrol cars and a police helicopter</b> (oops): The <i>LA Times</i> reports three men <b>staged a carjacking</b> at a San Bernardino County location of In-N-Out, fooling a friend into thinking his car …

How to Make Alcoholic Ginger Beer From Scratch

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week on Food52, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: Food52's Community Manager Catherine Lamb shows you how to make alcoholic ginger beer with everyday kitchen staples. Cheers to …

Green Juice: 5 Great Recipes to Try

Remember when Odwalla's Superfood smoothie was the only green juice around? I'd buy it in the big jug size and marvel at just how tasty drinking my …

The world's biggest patent troll wants to feed you caffeinated flour

Jitters from your fritters<p>The cup of coffee you drank this morning underwent a complicated process to go from solid to liquid, one that likely involved boats, planes, trains, automobiles, and maybe even a human being at the very end. But it all started as a coffee berry grown on a plant. They're …

Scientists Say A Lake Superior Lurks On Saturn's Moon Enceladus

Water, water, everywhere ...<p>After finding tantalizing clues that liquid water once flowed on Mars (and may still exist under the surface), of water ice on the moon and an ocean under thick ice on Jupiter's moon Europa, scientists have confirmed the existence of liquid on yet another moon, Saturn's …

Has cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis been oversold?

CBT is a recommended treatment for schizophrenia in the UK, but how strong is the evidence that it works? Keith Laws suggests it's not as strong as we might hope.<p>In 1952, the same year that chlorpromazine was introduced as the first effective drug treatment for schizophrenia, Aaron Beck first …

Fix defective genes with nanotubes from plants - Futurity

Nanotubes from plant waste might someday be used to help correct genetic disorders or treat cancer without chemotheraphy’s nasty side effects.

Genes

Biggest galaxy cluster bigger than thought

El Gordo – the largest galaxy cluster in the universe – is about 3 million billion times more massive than our sun, roughly 43 percent more massive …

Astrophysics

The Microscopic Future of Surgical Robotics

Chances are, you aren’t, and never will be, an astronaut. So the recent revelation that NASA is funding the development of a somewhat gruesome-sounding surgical bot—a fist-size contraption that would enter a patient’s gas-engorged abdomen to staunch bleeding or remove a ruptured appendix—isn’t …

Geneticists Create 3,500 Fly Strains To Find One That Moonwalks

Sometimes you have to take a step backward to make an advance.<p>How does the brain tell the body to walk backward? Scientists don't know. To find out, researchers developed 3,500 different strains of fruit flies. Each genetically-modified fly carried genetic switches in different parts of the brain …

Rescue Dogs Tested by Washington Mudslide Recovery: Q&A With a Handler

Mud and water present challenges in dogs' search.<p>Recovery efforts after natural disasters are always difficult. But the mudslide that wiped out the community of Oso, Washington, last month, killing at least 29 people with 20 still missing two weeks later, has left behind such hellacious conditions …

Pets

The Week In Drones: Rescuing A Puppy, Crashing In South Korea, And More

Keeping up with the droneses<p>Here's a roundup of the week's top drone news, designed to capture the military, commercial, non-profit, and recreational applications of unmanned aircraft.<p><b>Drone Saves Puppy</b><p>In January, a drone helped firefighters at a quarry in Stony Creek, Connecticut. After that …

The Week In Numbers: An Alien Ocean, Beer-Flavored Jelly Beans, And More

<b>310 miles</b>: the diameter of Saturn's moon Enceladus, whose large underground ocean is now a top candidate for extraterrestrial life<p><b>10 million microbes per square centimeter</b>: the population density of human skin (see what's living with you here)<p><b>$9</b>: the price per pound of Jelly Belly's new …

Blind Cavefish Navigates With Mouth Suction

"Oop, Oop, Oop." "What are you doing, cavefish?" "Trying not to run into you."<p>Mexican tetras, or blind cavefish, have a unique way of navigating through their environment, not seen in other animals: They use their mouths to create waves of suction, which are then reflected onto their skin, helping …

Castles Etched On Grains Of Sand And Other Amazing Images From This Week

This STD makes crickets want to have way more sex

The downside is that the virus also makes them unable to reproduce<p>The mechanisms that some viruses employ to infect their hosts could easily be characterized as "clever." There exists a virus, for instance, that makes caterpillars climb treetops, where they die and scatter virus-infected particles …

Biology

How Global Warming Will Affect Your Beer

A pilot study examines how drought affects the quality of starch in barley.<p>There are many things that will change as Earth's climate warms. Doctoral student Peter Gous is worried about the price and quality of beer.<p>The aspiring plant bioengineer worked with a team of scientists to test how not …

Blast Sensors Detect More Asteroid Strikes Than Expected

A network designed to detect nuclear test explosions has recorded more asteroid impacts over the past decade than expected, according to a group that's working on an asteroid-hunting telescope.<p>The B612 Foundation said it would share the evidence from the International Monitoring System, a global …

Space

Scientists Develop Health Trackers That Work Like Temporary Tattoos

First there was the pedometer -- simple in design and function, but it gets the job done. Then there were health trackers that you could either clip to your pocket (a la Fitbit) or wear on your wrist (a la Jawbone, Nike Fuelband, and so on and so forth).<p>And now, the next stage in health tracking …

Simple Invention For Sealing Gunshot Wounds Gets FDA Approval

The XStat syringe stops bleeding in 15 seconds using tiny sponges.<p>The pocket-sized XStat, a hemorrhage-stopping invention we wrote about in February, yesterday received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a first-of-its-kind medical dressing. This means that the U.S. Army, which …

Grow a Kitchen Herb Garden in 5 Easy Steps

yanich<p>For anyone with even the slightest nub of a green thumb, the longer, lighter days mean that it's nearly time to grow things. Fortunately, there …

Gardening

Cronut bakery Dominique Ansel re-opening after closing for 'severe mouse infestation'

The home of the Cronut is set to open again, after being temporarily closed, thanks to some unwelcome guests.<p>Dominique Ansel Bakery had been closed by order of New York City's Health Department on Friday afternoon, which cited the presence of mice at the pastry haven.<p>"The establishment was closed …

Healthy Oatmeal Smoothies for Breakfast

Breakfast not filling you up? Are you a cup of coffee and run out the door kinda person? Say it ain't so! Breakfast gets you fueled for the day. And helps you from overeating later on in the day. This oatmeal smoothie is my go-to breakfast on work mornings. Super fast to toss together and it …

Breakfast