Browsing Archive April, 2019

Willard wrestler continues to fight after receiving lung transplant

Posted: Mon 8:37 PM, Apr 29, 2019 &nbsp|&nbsp Updated: Mon 10:28 PM, Apr 29, 2019 WILLARD, Mo. -- Michael Finley, a junior at Willard High School and a member of the wrestling team, continues to fight after receiving a lung transplant ...

Why food poverty is a health time bomb

Kerry Wright didn’t feel hungry. Not in the way you might expect. Her tummy grumbled, yes, she could hear it. She just couldn’t feel it. She called it “starvation mode”. Wright, a mother of three living in Aberdeen, had hit a low point. But she ...

East Boston elementary school student tests positive for mumps

A third-grader at an East Boston elementary school has tested positive for the mumps, school officials say. Otis Elementary School informed parents via automated phone call Friday of the health issue at the school after officials were made aware of ...

Galaxy Fold: Living with the screen crease, notch and air gap

The entire reason that the Galaxy Fold exists is because of the screen. Unlike other phones, where screens are an afterthought to camera quality and battery life, Samsung designed the entire phone around the fact that its display bends in half. The ...

Well, That About Wraps It Up For 3DS

Photo: NintendoNintendo’s not willing to call the 3DS “dead” yet, but the company’s latest briefing has made the whole thing feel like Weekend At Bernie’s.One year ago today, Nintendo held a briefing for investors at which it said it would “continue ...

New ‘purple’ render Leaked Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL renders confirm what we already knew

In just a few weeks, during its I/O developer conference, Google will announce the long-awaited cheaper Pixel phones. In typical Google fashion, the 3a and 3a XL have already been the subject of full in-the-flesh leaks (more than once) so by this ...

WWE Referee Breaks Leg During Match, Still Finishes The Count From The Canvas

SPORTbible http://www.sportbible.com/assets/images/theme/logo-blk.png Anyone who has ever watched WWE will assume that all their referees and officials are made of glass but NXT ref Tom Castor proved that some of them are still as hard as nails. ...

Imperial launches world’s first Center for Psychedelics Research

Exploring the potential for psychedelic therapies The first formal centre for psychedelic research in the world will launch at Imperial College London today. Funded by more than £3 million from five founding donors, the new Imperial Centre for ...

Flu responsible for 40 deaths in NH this season

MONICA HERNANDEZ JOINS US LIVE IN THE STUDIO WITH THE LATEST. >> THAT’S RIGHT, WE’RE LEARNING 40 PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM FLU-RELATED ILLNESSES SO FAR THIS SEASON IN THE GRANITE STATE. THANKFULLY, NO CHILDREN HAVE DIED FROM IT. NOT AS BAD AS THE ...

Flesh-eating bacteria nearly kills Pinellas County man

OZONA, Fla. (FOX 13) - Fisherman Mike Walton is home from the hospital, nursing a nasty wound after almost losing his life to a flesh-eating bacteria.It started with a minor accident a couple of weeks ago, when he was fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, ...