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An Utterly Unexpected Risk Factor for Malignant Melanoma

In 1985, Lydia Temshok and her colleagues made a surprising discovery—some facets of personality were found to be related to cancer prognosis.

Texas Schools Begin Hanging ‘In God We Trust’ Signs

Schools across Texas are now hanging signs saying “In God We Trust” after a new state law approved the displays, if they are donated to campuses.

NYC Shows ‘Nuclear Preparedness PSA’ Offering Tips in Case of Attack

The announcement assured New Yorkers, "You've got this."

WEF Floats Attaching Sensor to Your Tooth to Track What You Eat ‘In Real Time’

"Wearable technology" made of "[t]iny sensors that attach to a tooth and personalized nutrition-monitoring patches can enable us to precisely track not just our intake, but how our bodies respond to different foods."

EU Agrees Single Mobile Charging Port in Blow to Apple

Apple (AAPL.O) must change the connector on iPhones sold in Europe by 2024 after EU countries and lawmakers agreed on Tuesday to a single charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras in a world first.

Australian Primary School Sees ‘Microchips in Student’s Brains’ in 10 Years

School deleted newsletter containing creepy prophecy, but the Internet never forgets.

EMF Exposure and Pregnancy Risks: Here’s What the Scientific Literature Tells Us

Electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure in pregnant women is associated with a shorter pregnancy, increased fetal heart rate variability and temperature, and babies born with smaller head and chest circumferences, according to a review of scientific findings.

3 Blockbuster Revelations From the Latest Special Counsel Court Filings

New court filings in a Spygate case solve some long-running mysteries and hint at serious developments.

To Compete With China, the U.S. Needs More Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs grease the wheels of economic growth.

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