Nasal Spray Vaccine Tested In Mice Could Eliminate Peanut And Other Food Allergies

Imagine having a peanut allergy so severe that you must carry an EpiPen with you at all times to avoid life-threatening anaphylactic shock from accidental exposure to as little as one-quarter of a nut. Now imagine that a series of three vaccines could cure you of that allergy – for life. According to a study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers from the University of Michigan…

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Saving Baby Boy Green

Jessica Green was getting impatient. She was 19 weeks pregnant and waiting for her ultrasound images at Whitehorse General Hospital, but it was taking forever. She’d never had to wait this long before. Her fiancé, Kris Schneider, had already headed back to work for the day, and Green wanted to do the same. She told the receptionist that she would pick up the images later and headed out. It was…

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‘Artificial baby feeding’ note criticised

It added that if there was a medical reason for giving formula milk, “this will be discussed with you and given if necessary”. The note was shared on Twitter by Kathryn Booth, who criticised its language and said mothers needed “support and understanding”. Skip Twitter post by @privateuni So when did it start to be 'artificial feeding'? I really can't believe this wasn't proofread before going out. @DrRanj @keirshiels @WorcsAcuteNHS…

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Apple’s new ‘battery health’ feature is a great reminder that my iPhone will be a piece of trash some day

Everything dies.Image: Lili Sams/Mashable My iPhone isn’t even two years old, and it’s already dying. That’s the upshot of Apple’s new “Battery Health” feature, introduced in iOS 11.3 Thursday. Though the device assures me it’s operating at “peak performance,” it also indicates that the battery can only hold 93 percent of the charge it once did. SEE ALSO: Apple releases iOS 11.3 so you can check how bad your iPhone…

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How to Build high converting pages and websites without Hosting, Coding, Designing or Copywriting Skills.

Are you tired of running after your designers and copywriters so that you can sell a product or service from a decent looking page? Stop right now and fire both of them. You won’t need them ever again! From the 7 Figure Marketer Daniel Adetunji comes a brand-new software… FastEye Pages  A new Landing Page and Website builder with high-converting pre-written copywriting packages included. All the page builders until now have…

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10 Sex Facts They Never Taught You in High School Sex Ed

Correlation or causation? According to a study from the Institute for the Study of Labor at the University of Bonn in Germany, people who have more sex tend to make more money. Advertisement via GIPHY 2. There’s enough sperm in one man to impregnate the entire female population We can’t help but wonder, though, if this is nature’s way to failsafe the species. In case of an extinction event that targets…

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Unarmed Teen Killed by Police Was Simply Backing His Moms Minivan Out of Garage, Lawsuit Claims

When 17-year-old John Albers threatened suicide shot 13 times at Albers, who may not have even known police were at his home, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday by his parents. The boy was simply backing his moms minivan out of the family garage, the complaint alleges. Jenison allegedly yelled Stop! Stop! Stop! and waited only one second before he fired his pistol twice at Albers. Video evidence from…

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Lesbian and bisexual women have no health problems, says government health agency

Alex Azar, Secretary of Health and Human ServicesImage: chris kleponis-pool/Getty Images Congratulations, everyone! Lesbian and bisexual health problems are officially over. Or so it would seem, if you believe the Department of Health and Human Services’ website. According to the Sunlight Foundation, a government transparency project, HHS removed pages from it’s Office on Women’s Health site that focused on lesbian and bisexual women’s health. SEE ALSO: What would a ‘Queer…

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The whiteness of Trump’s White House interns is absurd … and speaks volumes

(CNN)Is this America’s new face to the world? Ninety-one proud new White House interns face the camera, with their beaming new boss, President Donald Trump, in the center. These shining faces, shown in a photo the White House released Friday of the 2018 Spring cohort, are very much “his” interns: Startlingly, it appears that all but two of them are white. Dems show diverse interns after Ryan’s selfie

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Army of 01101111: The Making of a Cyber Battalion

Satellite dishes mark the main gate of Fort Gordon, eggshell white and lasering up at the moon. It’s a modest shrine, as these things go. Many military bases put machines of might on the front porch—tanks or helos or jumbo artillery guns—but the dishes fit Fort Gordon just fine. They’re subtle. They’re quiet. Inside the gates it’s more of the same. Fort Gordon sits in a soft Georgian basin, the…

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Doctors Restore Sight In Two Patients With Common Form Of Blindness

Medics at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London have successfully repaired vision in two patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration (AMD) using stem cells, raising hopes that similar sight-restoring treatments will be available “off-the-shelf” within five years. The results have been published in the journal Nature Biotechnology. First of all, a little bit of background on AMD. There are two types: wet and dry. Both of the patients here had “wet”…

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Scientists Want to Replace Pesticides With Bacteria

critical to overall health. The same is true of the plant world, and Indigo is among the dozen or so agricultural technology startups trying to take advantage of the growing scientific consensus. Their work is enabled by advances in genetic sequencing, used by companies to determine which microbes are present. Approaches vary: AgBiome LLC, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is studying how microbes can help control…

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20+ Hilarious Times Shops Made Their Customers Laugh Out Loud

Not for these businesses though! Compiled into a list by Bored Panda, we have come up with some of the best examples of business owners having a little bit of fun and being remembered not for robotic efficiency of customer service, but for having an awesome sense of humor. Scroll down below to check out the hilarious list yourself, and don’t forget to vote for your favorites!

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Wheres the beef? For Impossible Foods its in boosting burger sales and raising hundreds of millions

Any company that’s looking to replace the more than 5 billion pounds of ground beef making its way onto tables in the U.S. every year with a meatless substitute is going to need a lot of cash. It’s a big vision with lots of implications for the world — from climate change and human health to challenging the massive, multi-billion dollar industries that depend on meat — and luckily for…

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