Kelly K

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Why Do Sick Bodies Turn Poop Into Diarrhea?

Despite thousands of years of pant-crapping history, there’s a surprising amount we <i>don’t</i> know about diarrhea. There’s a couple ways we’ve figured out …

Evacuation of besieged Syrian towns halted after bombing kills 120 people being bused to safety

The long-awaited evacuation of residents of besieged Syrian towns has been postponed after a bombing which targeted a convoy of evacuees left more than 120 dead.<p>More than 3,000 people were expected to be evacuated from Foua and Kafraya, two mainly Shia towns in the northwest of the country besieged …

The Latest: Police: 16 hurt in train station stampede

NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on a train stuck in a tunnel for three hours and chaos at the station after it finally arrived (all times local):<p>12:05 a.m.<p>…

'We've Never Seen Anything Like This': Why Arkansas Is Executing 7 People in 11 Days

Starting next week, Arkansas will attempt something that’s never been done in the U.S.: execute seven death row inmates in a single state over the …

Death Row

St. Petersburg bombing carried out by 'suicide' attacker

<b>Moscow (CNN) —</b> Monday's deadly St. Petersburg metro attack was carried out by a suicide bomber originally from the central Asian Republic of Kyrgyzstan, authorities said.<p>The Russian Investigative Committee said the bomber was Akbarjon Djalilov, 22, identified earlier by Kyrgyz authorities as a …

Why The Newly Proposed Sepsis Treatment Needs More Study

The astronomer Carl Sagan said that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Last week, a physician made the extraordinary claim that he had an effective treatment for sepsis, sometimes known as blood poisoning.<p>Sepsis is a bodywide inflammation, usually triggered by infection, and the …