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Man's body seen thrown from plane and found on roof of Mexican hospital

The body of a man, who witnesses said was tossed from a plane, landed on a hospital roof in Mexico's northern Sinaloa state on Wednesday, according to a public health service official in the region, which is home to notorious drug traffickers.<p>The body landed on the roof of a public health service …

Can Vitamin D3 Heal Autoimmune Diseases?

A major—far more than the standard recommended—dose of vitamin D3 could be one of the keys to treating the ever-skyrocketing incidence of autoimmune …

Wellness

Equifax, TransUnion fined for selling consumers credit scores not used by most lenders

All credit scores are not created equal.<p>That's the upshot of federal enforcement actions levied Tuesday against credit bureaus Equifax and TransUnion.<p>The bureaus will pay penalties of $23.1 million as part of a settlement with the<p>Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which said the firms misled …

Tesla announces plans for solar roof, second-gen residential battery system

Shareholders on November 17 will vote on whether or not to approve Tesla’s $2.6 billion all-stock offer to purchase SolarCity. In the lead-up to the …

Universal Studios

Internet providers will soon need permission to share your web browsing history

New privacy rules require opting-in to sensitive sharing<p>In a win for privacy advocates, the FCC voted this morning to place new restrictions on internet providers that limit the information they can share about their subscribers.<p>When the rules go into place, likely sometime early next year, …

Net Neutrality

Millennials Are Changing the Way Americans Shop for Cars…for the Better

From streaming movies to splitting restaurant tabs with Venmo, millennials are streamlining commerce in all kinds of ways. Now their enormous …

Automotive Industry

WORK: Alternative music since the 1950s, mapped by Dorothy

Submit your work<p>Send us your latest projects, which we will review and consider to be featured on our website or in print.<p>Access our full archive<p>This …

Creative Industries

20 Surreal Places to See the Clearest, Bluest Water on Earth

About 70 percent of the planet is covered in water. Oceans, seas, mountains lakes and jungle lagoons attract thousands of tourists because of their …

This Smart Speaker Becomes A Communication Hub During Disasters

Readi is meant to be used on a daily basis, but its emergency features mean you’re prepared for the worst.<p>As many New Yorkers found last month when they received a terse mobile alert about a wanted suspect in a bombing, the process of getting information during an emergency is far from perfect. …

Walkie-talkies

18 Of The Most Dangerous And Dramatic Roads In The World

Do you love driving and yearn for adventure? If so, these photos will throw you for a loop. Tides, rivers, snow, waves and cliffs are just a few of the features that make for some of the most dramatic and adrenaline-pumping ― and sometimes truly treacherous ― road trips in the world.<p>Many of the …

Roads

A year ago, scientists cracked one of Einstein's greatest mysteries — now a bizarre new form of astronomy is emerging

It was the first evidence of gravitational waves— ripples in the fabric of space that careen across the universe, right through everything and everyone.<p>Einstein first predicted their existence 100 years ago, yet the famous scientist doubted we'd ever find any.<p>However, scientists from the Laser …

Universe

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Pollution

The 'Earth Next Door' May Have a Breathable Atmosphere - And We Could Find Out in 2 Years

Eep.<p>The funny thing about the discovery of Proxima b - the closest planet to our Solar System, which is also rocky, Earth-sized, and potentially …

Universe

Megaverse's anti-gravity iPhone case is a modular solution to... everything

If I’m being honest, I never really thought about the benefits of sticking my iPhone to walls. Now, I can’t imagine not being able to. Reading recipes while cooking, watching YouTube while doing the dishes or just slapping your phone on the wall outside to have a centralized point to control …

These Closest-Ever Images of Jupiter Are "Like Nothing We Have Seen Before", Says NASA

Out of this world.<p>NASA just shared the most detailed images of Jupiter that humanity has ever seen, and no one was prepared for how unique the …

Astronomy

Stop what you’re doing and buy these $38 headphones

The Carbo Tenore could cost ten times as much and they’d still be a steal<p>Words fail me. I’ve seen — or, more accurately put, <i>heard</i> — the audio price-performance curve shattered into tiny little pieces and I’m still reeling from it. The Carbo Tenore ZH-DX200-CT earphones from Japan’s Zero Audio are …

Consumer Tech

Peppermint Oil Promotes Hair Growth without Toxic Signs

Abstract<p>Peppermint (<i>Mentha piperita</i>) is a plant native to Europe and has been widely used as a carminative and gastric stimulant worldwide. This …

Bioengineering

How EpiPen's maker raised prices, and hackles, so much

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Sky-high price hikes for EpiPen, the injected emergency medicine for severe allergic reactions to foods and bug bites, have made its maker the latest target for patients and politicians infuriated by soaring drug prices.<p>The company, Mylan, has a virtual monopoly on epinephrine …

Pharma

Amazing Deal Alert: US Cities to London from $304 Round-Trip

<i>Airfare deals are typically</i> <i>only</i> <i>available on limited dates. We recommend that you use Google Flights to find dates to fly, then book through an online</i> …

An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill Is the Fountain of Youth

I recently received in the mail a small cardboard box, solidly constructed and colored a subtle metallic gray, from the future. ELYSIUM HEALTH was …

'It's like being on another planet': the tourist attraction with a two-year waiting list

Vietnam’s Hang Son Doong caves are so big, they have their own weather system. At their tallest point they could accommodate a 40-storey skyscraper – and at their widest point there’s enough room for a 747 to fly through. But that’s nothing compared to the size of the waiting list to visit them. …

Canada (Politely but Firmly) Escorts 1,500 Illegal Rafters Back to U.S.

Americans flocked to Canada over the weekend, and it had nothing to do with Democrats fleeing a possible Donald Trump presidency. Canada sent them back, anyway.<p>Canadian authorities said Monday that the Coast Guard and police in Sarnia, in southwestern Ontario, had to rescue almost 1,500 U.S. …

Coast Guard

John Oliver to Trump: ‘Drop Out’ Now and ‘You Would Be a Legend’

The Last Week Tonight host proposes a third option for Donald Trump besides electoral victory or defeat.<p>John Oliver’s main story this week was about …

Jared Leto Has Doubts That Hollywood Is Ready To Fully Embrace A Gay Leading Man

This year there has been a lot of talk about the film industry, diversity, and how the huge juggernaut of an industry has been slow to adapt. Look no further for this year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy to see a rather contentious topic that overshadowed Hollywood’s biggest awards show. Perhaps …

Comic Books

Nat Geo’s ‘Mars’: “If Mankind Has Two Planets… Then Our Odds Of Extinction Will Drop To Nearly Zero” — TCA

National Geographic’s scripted/unscripted hybrid series <i>Mars</i> gives viewers both a real and dramatized quest to colonize the planet. The combination …

Science Now Knows Why Redheads Are at Greater Risk of Skin Cancer

Natural redheads like Jessica Chastain are kind of like unicorns — real (yes, unicorns WERE real, thank you very much) but pretty rare — they are estimated to make up between 1-6% of the <i>entire population</i>, with the rest of ‘em pulling an Emma Stone or Christina Aguilera and using a little aide in …

Skin Cancer

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The Scientific Mystery of a Man Living with 90% of His Brain Missing

What we think we know about our brains is nothing compared to what we don’t know. This fact is brought into focus by the medical mystery of a …