January 18, 2018

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January 17, 2018

Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away actress has died, hospital says

Australian actress Jessica Falkholt died on Wednesday, a hospital confirmed Home and Away actress Jessica Falkholt has died from injuries she suffered in a car crash three weeks ago, an Australian hospital has confirmed. The accident in New South Wales on 26 December had already killed her parents, sister and
January 11, 2018

Texas Longhorns knock off TCU Horned Frogs a day after finding out star Andrew Jones has cancer

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Longhorns beat the 16th-ranked TCU Horned Frogs 99-98 in double overtime to earn their biggest win of the season Wednesday night, just after the Texas program was walloped with an emotional sledgehammer: sophomore guard Andrew Jones being diagnosed with leukemia. As soon as the final
January 11, 2018

Seal calls out Oprah Winfrey for hypocrisy, calls her ‘part of the problem’

Seal accused Oprah Winfrey of having some knowledge of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein’s alleged misdeeds, calling her ‘part of the problem’ in Hollywood in a fiery Instagram post Wednesday.  (Reuters) Internationally renowned musician Seal trashed Oprah Winfrey on social media just days after her widely praised speech at the Golden
January 11, 2018

The key to a successful pregnancy: a tamed immune reaction | Science

Opossums give birth to immature young because of an unchecked inflammatory reaction.  Oliver Griffith By Elizabeth PennisiJan. 10, 2018 , 4:50 PM SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—The riskiest moment in any human pregnancy is arguably when the fertilized egg attaches to the womb wall and tries to establish a lifeline between embryo