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Selena Gomez's Diagnosis: What Is Lupus?
Health & Wellness  (tags: Lupus, Selena Gomez, women, disease, health, illness, treatment, medicine, news )

- 1 day ago -
Spotlight on a little know disease. The pop star Selena Gomez recently announced that she was diagnosed with lupus and underwent chemotherapy
Indonesia Seizes 3,000 Shark Fins Destined for Hong Kong Despite Being on Protected Species List | South China Morning Post
Animals  (tags: Sharks, shark finning, shark fin trade, indonesia, Hong Kong, AnimalWelfare, endangered, GoodNews, slaughter, conservation )

- 15 hours ago -
Well, it's a start. Indonesian authorities have seized about 3,000 shark fins that were about to be flown to Hong Kong.
How to Make the Perfect Rice and Peas | Life and Style | The Guardian
Offbeat  (tags: Food, Recipes, Felicity Cloake, Caribbean Cooking )

- 12 hours ago -
Sounds tasty. ItâEUR(TM)s a side dish enjoyed far beyond its Caribbean home, and goes with virtually everything. But do you use canned or dried pulses? And is this really the place for brown rice or pomegranate seeds?
Nobel Prize for Solving Puzzle of Ghostly Neutrino Particles Awarded to Japanese and Canadian
Science & Tech  (tags: universe, neutrinos, Nobel Prize for Physics, scientists, subatomic particles )

- 4 days ago -
A Japanese and a Canadian scientist won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday for discovering that elusive subatomic particles called neutrinos have mass, opening a new window onto the fundamental nature of the universe.
How Ancient Chinese Remedies and a Secret Research Program Led to a Nobel Prize | Motherboard
Health & Wellness  (tags: Malaria Treatment, Malaria No More, Malaria, Nobel Prize, Youyou Tu, China, science, illness, health, research, AlternativeMed, disease, drugs, Chinese Traditional Medicine, treatment, protection )

- 3 days ago -
What an amazing story. A top secret project, an ancient Chinese text, and a violent war. It sounds like the makings of a spy movie.
A Medical Breakthrough Made Possible By Ancient Chinese Remedies Just Won A Nobel Prize
Health & Wellness  (tags: AlternativeMed, complimentary medicine, disease, health, humans, illness, interesting, research, treatment )

- 4 days ago -
For centuries, malaria has ravaged much of the underdeveloped world - including Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Economic losses in the Motherland amount to $12 billion annually via increased health care costs and loss of productivity and...
How Columbine Spawned Dozens of Copycats | Mother Jones
Society & Culture  (tags: Mass Shooting, violence, Columbine shootings, columbine massacre, safety, society, murder, Investigation, Infographic )

- 4 days ago -
More than a decade later, Columbine still has an effect. A Mother Jones investigation shows that the nation's worst high school shooting has inspired at least 74 plots or attacks across 30 states.
This Year's Nobel Prize in Medicine Goes to Breakthroughs in Fighting Parasitic Diseases
Health & Wellness  (tags: Nobel Prize, disease, drugs, treatment, research, medicine, Malaria Treatment, Parasitic Diseases, Roundworm )

- 4 days ago -
Congratulations to them and to the world. The first Nobel Prize of 2015 has been awarded jointly to three scientists for their groundbreaking work in developing therapies that fight infections caused by malaria and roundworm parasites.
All 8,400 Apollo Moon Mission Photos Just Went Online. Here Are Some of Our Faves. | Mother Jones
Science & Tech  (tags: Space Exploration, Apollo moon missions, NASA, photography, photographs, Moon, photo sharing )

- 4 days ago -
Fantastic! Every photo ever taken by Apollo astronauts on moon missions is now available online, on the Project Apollo Archive's Flickr account
Guatemalan Activist Murdered After Court Suspends Palm Oil Company Operations
Environment  (tags: activists murdered, palm oil, conflict, world, protection, environment, destruction, ecosystems, politics )

- 5 days ago -
A palm oil company remains at the heart of conflict in northern Guatemala, months after a mass fish die-off.
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