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Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant...From His Nose

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Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson Is ‘Back and Forth’ About Divorce Decision

Entertainment

Kendra Wilkinson’s divorce is a big topic of discussion for the reality TV star. According to alleged reports, her husband cheated on her with a transexual model, while Kendra was... read more

ebola chocolate

Ebola And Chocolate: Virus Probably Won’t Kill You, Might Kill Your Favorite Candy

Health & Wellness

If you clicked, it’s probably because you saw the title and thought, “what do Ebola and chocolate have in common?” Nothing, really. But chocolate could end up being one of... read more

J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers Finalize "Fantastic Beasts" Release Dates

J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers Finalize “Fantastic Beasts” Release Dates

Entertainment

Yesterday, Wednesday October 15, J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter Series, and Warner Brothers Entertainment released that the screenplay Rowling has been working on concerning the spin off book Fantastic Beasts... read more

Leon Panetta

Leon Panetta: Obama Frustrated Me, Made Me Proud

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Leon Panetta made waves in the Washington press corps with the release of his new book, Worthy Fights. Many headlines portrayed it as another sharp criticism of an inept Obama... read more

5 Simple Ways to Fight Burnout

5 Simple Ways to Fight Burnout

Health & Wellness

When’s the last time you felt burnt out? In this day and age, it’s practically the norm to be stressed, overworked, and saddled with too many responsibilities. Small wonder that... read more

Pneumococcal Vaccine Reduces Antibiotic-Resistant Infections by 62 Percent

Pneumococcal Vaccine Reduces Antibiotic-Resistant Infections by 62 Percent

Health & Wellness

Previous studies have concluded that overall vaccination reduces the risk of non-targeted infections among vaccinated individuals. Now new research presented at IDWeek 2014 suggest that the pneumococcal vaccine dramatically reduces... read more

Kansas City Royals Win ALCS

Kansas City Royals Win ALCS, Head To First World Series Since 1985

Sports

The Kansas City Royals won the American League Championship Series Wednesday afternoon, setting up their first trip to the World Series since 1985. Let the AL Champs celebration begin! #TakeTheCrown... read more

Wonder Woman Heads DC Comics/Warner Bros. Upcoming Films Press Release

Wonder Woman Heads DC Comics/Warner Bros. Upcoming Films Press Release

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Marvel Comics has most certainly gotten out ahead of DC Comics when it comes to creating a universe of characters within their films.  Now, finally, DC Comics and Warner Bros.... read more

Lauren Hill Terminally Ill Basketball Player

Lauren Hill Is Terminally Ill And Fighting To Make Her College Basketball Debut

Sports

The Mount St. Joseph University women’s basketball team was slated to start the season on November 15. However, head coach Dan Benjamin received an unusual request from Lauren Hill’s parents, Lisa... read more

All 10 Seasons of ‘Friends’ Coming to Netflix January 1

All 10 Seasons of ‘Friends’ Coming to Netflix January 1

Entertainment

Amazing news for fans of the hit television comedy series, ‘Friends’. Netflix has just made the exciting announcement via Twitter that fans can start watching all 10 seasons, that’s 236... read more

Jennifer Connelly Loses 25 Pounds for New Role

Jennifer Connelly Loses 25 Pounds for New Role

Entertainment

Jennifer Connelly has always been a rather slim woman, but now she has lost another 25 pounds to star in a new film, Shelter, where Connelly plays a homeless woman.... read more

Alzheimer's Research Breakthrough: Replicating Human Brain Cells

Alzheimer’s Research Breakthrough: Replicating Human Brain Cells

Health & Wellness

Researchers in Boston replicated human brain cells to study Alzheimer’s, advancing how to study the disease in the future and find drugs to treat it. Lead researcher, Rudolph E. Tanzi... read more

Zac Brown and Foo Fighters Play War Pigs

Foo Fighters And Zac Brown Play ‘War Pigs’ on David Letterman

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The Foo Fighters and Zac Brown teamed up to play a cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ on David Letterman last night.  The Foo Fighters and Dave Grohl began their... read more

Miley Cyrus: I'm A Walking Joke

Miley Cyrus: I’m A Walking Joke

Entertainment

Controversial pop-music lightning rod Miley Cyrus told US Weekly that she embraces the “crazy” label she has been brandished with over the last few years.  The pop singer poked fun... read more

Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Delivers Good News

Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Delivers Good News

Health & Wellness

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Nina Pham, the “Ebola Nurse” who was diagnosed yesterday morning, has delivered some good news regarding her recovery. According to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Pham has released... read more