Lack of sunlight may be causing higher Canadian rates of inflammatory bowel disease: study

Lack of sunlight may be causing higher Canadian rates of inflammatory bowel disease: study

It's often referred to as the "invisible disease" and more Canadians have it than anywhere else in the world.

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Alabama lawmakers pass bill to protect Confederate monuments

Russia Today2 hours ago

Lawmakers in Alabama have passed a bill which, if signed into law, would protect any historical monuments in the state, including those honoring members of the Confederacy, from removal. It comes as other Southern states are...

Why investors should learn about probability, an energy stock to consider, and why fund fees are drawing new fire

I was going to write about a M.I.T. undergraduate lecture available online that I felt was extremely useful to investors. That, however, sounded too much like an unpalatable "eat your vegetables" column, so I’m taking a...

Trump US Budget Includes for Border Control, Mexico Wall - Security Dept.

President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for 2018 includes construction of a wall along bounder with Mexico, the DHS announced in a press release on Tuesday.

Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Huracan Blows Away Half-Mile World Record At 250+ MPH

BroBibleCarsGear2 hours ago

Blink and you’ll miss this tricked out twin-turbo Lamborghini Huracan set the new half-mile world record at an airstrip in North Carolina (come on and raise up!…Sorry, I bet Petey …

It’s Too Late for Fox to Retract Its Seth Rich Story

The Atlantic2 hours ago

The story was notably loud. Its retraction is notably quiet. Last week, the day after The Washington Post published its bombshell about President Trump’s Oval Office divulgences to...