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May 27th
Science The best honey probably doesn't come in a plastic bear Honey sommelier Carla Marina Marchese walked us through the art of Honey Tasting at the Museum of Food and Drink Lab in Williamsburg, Brooklyn…
May 27th
Health The secret is in the brain's sugar consumption Scientists have developed a new test for comatose patients to determine if they're likely recover…
May 27th
Health The inventor of the life saving maneuver uses it for the first time, and saves a life After more than three decades, the doctor who invented a maneuver to save people from choking got to use it himself. Dr. Henry Heimlich invented…
May 27th
DIY And needs no batteries It doesn't exactly run on nothing, but like a late 30-minutes-or-less order, it's delivered free.
May 27th
Health Is there any problem a cold pint can't solve? A study of 125 males showed less overall aggregation of amyloid beta, the main component of plaque, in beer drinkers than in non-beer drinkers. Plaque building causes…
May 27th
Science Should "frankenbrooms" be allowed in the age-old sport of curling? New technologies make for more effective curling brooms. Now, World Curling Federation is collecting data to decide what to do about them.
May 27th
Health The warnings will be a new requirement for restaurant chains According to the * New York Times*, the regulations had gone into effect last year in December, however a court ruling made it so that cities didn't have to enforce it.
May 27th
Health And it just won FDA approval New implant gets FDA approval for treating opioid dependence…
May 26th
Health A surprising finding that could open the doors to new research The root cause of Alzheimer’s, a degenerative disease that as of 2013 affects some 5 million Americans, is still not completely understood. Researchers know that…
May 26th
Technology How private is a phone? Anti-choice group sends ads to phones.