UFC Vegas 55: Weigh-In Faceoffs – UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship

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Severe Hepatitis Spike in Children ‘Linked’ to Dogs, But Here Are The Facts

The recent spike in cases of sudden, severe hepatitis in children around the world has been widely reported. Recently, several news outlets have highlighted a possible link between cases and contacts with pet dogs. However, the data suggesting this link is extremely weak – in fact, probably a lot weaker than most of the alternative … Read more

A Single Hormone That Can Help Increase Lifespan Has Been Identified in Mice

Low-protein diets appear to have incredible benefits for the health and lifespans of rodents, fruit flies, and yeast. A new study in mice has now identified a single hormone that is essential for these curious anti-aging effects. The hormone is called fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21), and it is secreted by the liver. In recent … Read more

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New Study Reveals The Reason Teens Seem to Tune Out Their Mom’s Voice

“Are you even listening to me?” It’s a question that discouraged parents often throw at their distracted teenagers, and the truthful answer is probably, “No.” It’s hard to really blame them. New research on adolescent brains suggests the reaction we have to certain voices naturally shifts with time, making our mother’s voice feel less valuable. … Read more

Cognitive Impact of Severe COVID Is Equivalent to 20 Years of Aging, Study Finds

We all know that COVID-19 can lead to lingering fatigue and brain fog. But one of the most rigorous examinations to date of the long-term cognitive impacts of severe infection has just yielded some pretty unsettling results. In a study comparing 46 severe COVID-19 patients with 460 matched controls, researchers found the mental impacts of … Read more

Woman avoids jail for voting dead mom’s ballot in Arizona

PHOENIX — A judge in Phoenix on Friday sentenced a woman or two years of felony probation, fines and community service for voting her dead mother’s ballot in Arizona in the 2020 general election. But the judge rejected a prosecutor’s request that she serve at least 30 days in jail because she lied to investigators … Read more

Los Angeles police investigate possible armed robbery at Beverly Center shopping mall

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Los Angeles police took a person into custody following a possible armed robbery and suspect search at a popular high-end shopping center. The suspect took the victim’s watch before running into the Beverly Center shopping mall in the area of ​​La Cienega Boulevard and Beverly Boulevard shortly after 1 pm, according … Read more

The AP Interview: UN nuke chief wants Ukraine plant access

Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi talks during an interview with the Associated Press in Kyiv, Wednesday, April 27, 2022. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco) dry francis AP KYIV, Ukraine The International Atomic Energy Agency’s director-general says the level of safety at Europe’s largest nuclear plant, currently under Russian occupation in Ukraine, … Read more

One Grim Statistic Lays Bare The Truly Relentless Grip of Long COVID

Not even one in four people have completely recovered from COVID a full year after being hospitalized with the disease, a UK study indicated Sunday, warning that long COVID could become a common condition. The study involving more than 2,300 people also found that women were 33 percent less likely to fully recover than men. … Read more