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The Food and Drug Administration announced today it is investigating the risk of brain deposits for patients who are given repeated MRIs using imaging drugs that contain a heavy metal. The FDA did not announce any label changes for the nine medicines that contain the metal, gadolinium, saying there was a “need for additional information.”
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It has taken more than two years, but the White House has finally responded to a petition asking the Obama administration to pardon NSA leaker Edward Snowden. The government’s answer is a resounding “no,” avowing that he should answer for his actions.
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An “absolutely exquisite” fossil of a snake that had four legs has been discovered by a team of scientists and may help show how snakes made the transition from lizards to serpents. It is the first known fossil of a four-legged snake, and the team – led by Dr Dave Martill from the University of Portsmouth – say that this discovery could help scientists to understand how snakes lost their legs.
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Interplanetary travel could be a step closer after scientists confirmed that an electromagnetic propulsion drive, which is fast enough to get to the Moon in four hours, actually works.
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Civil libertarians are worried about an increasingly common form of domestic surveillance that has nothing to do with listening to your phone calls or reading your emails; it has to do with looking through your garbage.
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An 82-year-old woman who was raped by a stranger after she got off a bus last week was forced to wait three hours for a Milwaukee police squad car to respond, records show. The woman, who has difficulty seeing, finally called the police dispatcher back and asked if she could take a shower.
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Turkey's NATO partners say they stand "in strong solidarity" with the nation, and that the security of the U.S.-led alliance is "indivisible."
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In a move being called the largest push for gun control in American history by the NRA, the Obama administration announces plans to prohibit social security beneficiaries whom have representative payees handle their finances.
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From IB Times: Chinese national-security officials may be using the data on American government employees collected during the U.S. Office of Personnel Management hack to...
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An overwhelming majority of Americans oppose providing any special compensation to the state of Israel in order to assuage its concerns about the Iran nuclear deal, shown in a recent poll.
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The House of Representatives last week approved a bill, the so-called Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015, which will halt state efforts to label genetically modified foods as such. According to information at Opensecrets.org, those supporting the bill got about $30 million to do so from Big Ag.
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From Health Nut News: Yet another doctor was just found murdered inside his home here on the East Coast of Florida. This makes six doctors to...
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From The Register: The State of Georgia in the US is suing the owner of the Public.Resource.org website for publishing the State of Georgia's own...
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From USA Today: The National Children's Leukemia Foundation's Facebook page described the Brooklyn, N.Y. organization as one of the leading groups "in the battle against leukemia and...
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From Eureka Alert: Legal drugs such as OxyContin now kill more people than heroin and cocaine combined. While awareness of the dangers of illegal drugs...