The Cast of The Wire , Then and Now
The critically-acclaimed drama debuted on HBO more than 17 years ago.
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There's no word yet on whether CMS will appeal, but the hospital sector is rejoicing; employed doctors can continue to bill more than independents for E&M visits. Medscape...
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Moby Just Got an Intense Neck Tattoo to Celebrate His Veganism
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US cases of vaping-linked illness surge to 530, CDC reveals
US officials are still searching for the cause of vaping-related illnesses as the number of US cases jumps up by 150 in the span of one week. The majority of patients are young...
Media Giants Pull E-Cigarette Ads
CBS, WarnerMedia and Viacom have banned ads for e-cigarettes. The ban comes after a spate of vaping-related lung infections and seven deaths.
NIH to investigate minor cannabinoids and terpenes for potential...
This press release highlights new NCCIH research awards totaling approximately $3 million to investigate the potential pain-relieving properties and mechanisms of actions of...
Ryan Reynolds Calls His Kids ‘Thankless Assholes' And We Can Relate
Ryan Reynolds smolders in new Aviation Gin ad, but it's his snarky dad captions that steal the show Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are our favorite Hollywood couple. Not only...
Intense Gaming Can Trigger Irregular Heartbeat, Fainting in Some Players
A handful of video gamers have passed out when intense sessions caused their heartbeat to lapse into an irregular rhythm known as an arrhythmia, researchers report.
Toxic water pollution may cause over 100,0000 cases of cancer in the US...
The Environmental Working Group calculated how much the collective effects of pollutants in drinking water that passes US regulations' muster raises cancer risks and urge new...
Marijuana may be bad for your junk, study suggests
Danish scientists discovered signs of the human body system that responds to cannabis's psychoactive component in male testicles, suggesting how weed may be able to disrupt...
Researchers Uncover New Effective Drug to Fight Malaria
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Kid's Gluten Intake During Infancy is Linked to Type 1 Diabetes
New study examined the link between the maternal gluten intake during pregnancy, child's gluten intake at age 18 months, and the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Study Reveals Potential New Drug Target To Combat Cancer
Drugs that target gateways of mitochondria named voltage-dependent anion channels hold promise in treating various cancers.