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FDA Advisors Recommend Approval of New ALS Drug Act

ALS is a vicious disease with no known cure. We've all seen tragedy unfold as victims of this neurodegenerative disease claim the lives of about 30,000 just in the US. The new drug, AMX0035, …

US Life Expectancy declines again in US due to Covid and vaccination deniers

A new scientific study reports Americans are living shorter lifespans. The study says Americans lost another .4  years of life expectancy in 2021, following a dramatic decline in 2020 when …

Capri Wild Cherry Capri Sun Drinks recalled due to cleaning solution found in some drinks

A recall is underway of Kraft Heinz Wild Cherry Capri Sun drinks. The company said the Capri Sun drinks are being recalled since they are contaminated with cleaning solution.  Check the …

You May Want to deflate that Bounce house. Here’s why.

Who doesn’t love a bounce house? Turns out the answer to that may be everyone. A new study reports that bouncy houses, a mainstay at birthday parties, town fairs, and backyard events, are …

Epic, Charitable Car Show in West Caldwell on Sunday, September 18th

If you love a car show and want to do a good deed too, this event's for you! The Natural Glass Corvette Association is hosting its 45th  Annual Open Car Show on Sunday, September 18th at Paul Miller Chevrolet, located at 950 Bloomfield Avenue in West Caldwell, NJ 07006.
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There’s a rare and devastating cancer affecting young adults: One woman’s tips on how to cope with a difficult diagnosis
(BPT) - Sponsored by Adaptimmune Therapeutics.Megan was 12 years old, an active student-athlete, and an enthusiastic member of her cheerleading squad when she first started experiencing what she …
Election analysis for U.S. richest and poorest counties, 2016-2022
Ballotpedia reports on the 50 richest and 50 poorest counties in the U.S. and their voting trends since 2016.
You can save cold cash and still keep your home cool.
Navigating the Heat to Keep Power Bills Cool
(NAPSI)—The heat of summer doesn’t just mean it’s time to drink more water or eat ice cream to keep cool. It also means an increase in air conditioning and energy to cool your home. The U.S. …
5 tips to staying on track for students headed to college in the fall
Chalkbeat lists the five things students can do this summer to make it easier for them as they head to college in the fall.
You can save cold cash and still keep your home cool.
Navigating the Heat to Keep Power Bills Cool
(NAPSI)—The heat of summer doesn’t just mean it’s time to drink more water or eat ice cream to keep cool. It also means an increase in air conditioning and energy to cool your home. The U.S. …
How electric harps are protecting honey bees
Reasons to be Cheerful reports that as Asian hornets sow chaos in apiaries across Europe, strategically strung electrified wires are giving beekeepers cause for hope.
Kids, screen time and despair: An expert in the economics of happiness echoes psychologists' warnings about tech
The 74 reports on a new paper that uses surveys from the past 15 years to show a pronounced increase in sadness affecting 14- to 24-year-olds.
5 garden parties made headlines and history
Peerspace put together a list of five unforgettable garden parties that made headlines and shaped history, using government archives and news reports.
How AWS is empowering global generative AI startups with a $230M commitment
(BPT) - Startups are at the forefront of a revolution, harnessing the transformative power of generative artificial intelligence (AI) to drive innovation like never before. Whether creating images, …
Watching the Games? See How U.S. Army Soldier-athletes Train for Gold
(BPT) - This month, all eyes are on Paris as the world tunes in to watch the top athletes fight for gold.Among those competing on behalf of the United States is an elite group who have chosen to …