Olivia Newton-John on Going ‘Undercover’ While Learning to Walk Again Amid Cancer Battle (Exclusive)

The 'Grease' icon shared what she did to hide her identity while fighting cancer at her hospital in Australia.
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Scientists found moving water on the Moon

The Moon apparently isn't nearly as dry as scientists once thought. That's the message from researchers using data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to detect water molecules and the behavior of the moisture over the course of a lunar day.Earth's Moon was once assumed to be a dry and dusty place, but over time that image has changed. Scientists discovered ice present near its poles, and more recently we've learned that liquid water does indeed exist within the lunar su...
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Rapper OG Maco Reveals He Has a 'Skin-Eating Disease' After Being 'Improperly Treated' for a Rash

Rapper OG Maco Reveals He Has a 'Skin-Eating Disease'
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More than 2,000 Migrants In ICE Detention Centers Quarantined For Disease Outbreaks

More than 2,000 people detained by U
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White House budget proposal tightens the screws on science, from space to salmon

The White House’s $4.7 trillion spending plan for fiscal year 2020 aims to give a boost to the Space Force, but would dial down work on NASA’s Space Launch System, zero out the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, leave salmon in the lurch and slash science spending on other fronts. When it comes to outer space, the brightest spotlight falls on lunar exploration and space commercialization — which is in line with the priorities of the National Space Council, headed by Vice President Mike Pence....
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Game of Thrones' Amazing Prosthetics Get a Well-Deserved Spotlight in This Video Tribute

There are certainly many, many things to celebrate on Game of Thrones. The grandiose directing, sharp writing, intense performances, and gorgeous costumes are just a few elements that come to mind. But one that probably doesn’t get instantly recognized is the prosthetic work.Read more...
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iPhones Are Improving Every Year Thanks to an Obscure Japanese Company

Lasertec Corp. is the world’s sole maker of equipment that tests glass squares slightly bigger than a CD case that act as a stencil for chip designs. “We spent six years developing this equipment,” Okabayashi said in an interview.
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Oil prices rise amid broad market rally, OPEC supply cuts

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Tuesday, lifted by healthy demand and output cuts led by producer group OPEC.
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The 4 Most Damaging Myths About Kids, Screen Time, and Technology

Screens can be good or bad for kids. It all depends on how active parents are in managing the time their kids spend in front of them.
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Nvidia Won Over Mellanox; Now It Must Clear Chinese Regulators

Nvidia and Mellanox, which makes data-center interface technology, each get about a quarter of their sales in China, the biggest market for semiconductors. China’s desire to bolster domestic chip production may be influencing its regulatory processes, just as the U.S. uses its own as a tool to maintain its pre-eminence in the industry. Questions about Chinese regulatory approval played out in the market’s reaction to the deal.
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Paleontologists found a new species of dinosaur, and it’s just a little fella

Finding the scant remains of dinosaurs that roamed the Earth tens of millions of years ago obviously isn't easy. Finding the remains of entirely new dinosaurs that nobody even knew existed? That's even harder still, but researchers in Victoria, Australia did just that, and the newly documented herbivore would probably have been pretty adorable to see in person.As detailed in a new report in the Journal of Paleontology, Galleonosaurus dorisae was a small plant eater that stomped around pr...
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Zero Hedge Says Facebook Banned Users From Sharing Its Posts

Readers of the blog reported being unable to share links to Zero Hedge articles via the social media platform, which has previously said it’s making a concerted effort to clamp down on fake news and harmful content amid mounting criticism. A message to Facebook was not immediately returned.
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Why India is a world leader in waste paper

Ever wondered what happens to the household waste paper thrown out for recycling in Europe and the US?
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The UK's Extremely Dumb Plan to Force Porn Sites to Verify Users' Ages May Come Next Month

The UK’s disastrous plan to implement a nationwide system blocking web users from viewing pornography unless their age and identities are confirmed by a verification service—an astonishingly ill-conceived idea being spearheaded by doddering Brexiteer Theresa May’s Tory government—is nearly a year behind schedule. But…Read more...
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Lights go out on Venezuela's kidney patients

Alfredo Quintero's kidneys failed five years ago, so he needs dialysis three times a week just to stay alive. Luckily, though, Quintero managed to take advantage of a brief resumption of electricity in parts of Caracas on Sunday to get the desperately needed blood purification treatment. At least 15 people died between Saturday and Sunday due to a lack of dialysis treatment, the non-governmental organization Codevida told AFP.
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Elizabeth Warren's Ad Saying Facebook Has Too Much Power Briefly Taken Down by Facebook

Facebook removed advertisements by Senator Elizabeth Warren calling for the breakup of Facebook and other American big tech companies, a newly major issue for Warren’s 2020 presidential campaign.Read more...
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Study Finds Alarming Number of Preteens Who Visit the ER Have Thoughts of Suicide

A sobering new study out Monday suggests that many preteens who visit the emergency department could be in dire need of help to address their suicidal ideation. It found that a substantial number of children between the ages of 10 to 12 who went to the hospital screened positive for suicide risk.Read more...
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NPR's 'Invisibilia' Podcast Highlights Treatment Strategy Involving Treating Chronic Pain With More Pain

Season 5, episode 1 of NPR's "Invisibilia" podcast focuses on a treatment strategy that involves treating chronic pain with more pain.
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Sleep is a brain-repair mechanism, new study proves

Scientists Lior Appelbaum and David Zada in Israel publish new proof that sleep serves to help our brains repair damage. Their study, published in the journal Nature, used genetically engineering transparent zebrafish with colorful chemical tags attached to chromosomes in their neurons, and found that chromosomes constantly change shape to repair DNA damage, but move twice as much during sleep as when awake. “I think this is one of the key reasons we need to sleep,” said Lior Appelbaum from B...
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Captain Marvel's Directors Discuss the Importance of the Women in Carol Danvers' Life

With Captain Marvel, co-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck not only introduce the first female hero to lead her own movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but they also define a significant moment in the universe’s history that will factor into its future in a major way.Read more...
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As China prevails, France's Macron shuffles his cards in Djibouti

Djibouti, strategically located at the southern entrance to the Red Sea on the route to the Suez Canal, hosts France's largest naval base on the continent and is home to some 1,400 personnel used to train African troops as well as to monitor the Horn of Africa and Yemen. "France considered Djibouti for too long to be a territory that was won," said a senior French diplomat based in the region. "But now the competition from China is fierce." Those comments echoed President Ismail Omar Guelleh'...
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How Jones & Vining is Designing for the Age of Automation

Frank Roppolo, the company's VP of international sales, reveals where the last-maker is headed next.
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New Study Suggests Alzheimer's Disease May Be Detectable With an Eye Exam

Research published by Duke Eye Center found differences in the eyes of people with Alzheimer's disease compared to healthy people that may be able to diagnose the condition in the future.
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Desperate Venezuelans swarm sewage drains in search of water

Tejedor, 28, joined dozens of people who had flocked to the Guaire river, which snakes along the bottom of a sharp ravine alongside Caracas' main highway, to fill up a four-gallon (15 liter) plastic container. Unlike the fetid liquid flowing through the Guaire river, the water emerging from the pipe was at least clear. It's horrible, horrible," said Tejedor, preparing to carry the container on a small hand cart back to her home in the neighborhood of San Agustin.
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Berners-Lee says World Wide Web, at 30, must emerge from 'adolescence'

Speaking to reporters at CERN, the physics research center outside Geneva where he invented the web, Berners-Lee said users of the web had found it "not so pretty" recently. "It seems we don't finish reeling from one privacy disaster before moving onto the next one," he added, citing concerns about whether social networks were supporting democracy. People who had grown up taking the internet's neutrality for granted now found that the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump had "rolled t...
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New study shows eye scan can reveal changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease

Ophthalmologists at Duke University have found that a special type of eye scan can pick up changes indicative of Alzheimer’s disease. The eye scan is called optical coherence tomographic angiography, or OCTA for short. Within less than a minute, OCTA takes a non-invasive picture of the retina -- the nerve cells in the back of our eyes that convert light from the outside world into nerve signals that the brain interprets into images.
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Pompeo blames Russia, Cuba for Venezuelan crisis

"This story is not complete without acknowledging the central role Cuba and Russia have played and continue to play in undermining the democratic dreams of the Venezuelan people and their welfare," Pompeo told reporters. "Moscow, like Havana, continues to provide political cover to the Maduro regime, while pressuring countries to disregard the democratic legitimacy of the interim president Guaido," he added. The Trump administration has taken several steps in recent weeks to ratchet up pressur...
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Brazil to sign accord with U.S. on space technology next week

The United States and Brazil have negotiated an accord to safeguard U.S. space technology the South American nation hopes will be used in commercial rockets lifting off from its launch site near the equator, the Brazilian government said on Monday. Brazil hopes to get a piece of the $300 billion-a-year space launch business by drawing U.S. companies interested in launching small satellites at a lower cost from the Alcantara base run by the Brazilian Air Force on the South American country's nor...
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Singapore Technologies Engineering (SGX:S63) Shareholders Have Enjoyed A 18% Share Price Gain

By buying an index fund, investors can approximate the average market return. But if you buy good businesses at attractive prices, your portfolio returns could exceed the average market return.Read More...
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Relax, the FAA Says the Dozens of Boeing 737 Max Planes in the Sky Right Now Are Totally Safe

Following two devastating crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max-8 aircraft, China and Indonesia have grounded the model from commercial flights pending further investigation. As the general public has become increasingly concerned about the safety of flying on one of the most popular airplanes in the world, the Federal…Read more...
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