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Video Game Sued For Being Too Addictive

The maker of Fortnite may face a class-action lawsuit in Canada after two parents of teenage sons alleged last week the company purposely designed the multiplayer video game to be as addictive as cocaine, according to reports. The Montreal-based law firm, Calex Légal, filed a motion in Quebec Superior Court Thursday on behalf of two parents who approached the firm separately about ...

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What You Need To Know Ahead Of This Year’s Flu Season

A surge in influenza cases in Australia and at least three deaths in the U.S. in recent weeks have some physicians worried that this year’s flu season could be a bad one for Americans. Though public health officials say they don’t know yet whether the 2019-2020 season will be worse than usual, they are still urging people to get their ...

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Serious Health Issues Caused By Tattoos

If you clicked on this story, you likely either have or are thinking about getting some ink. It might be your first embellishment (in tattoo-speak, you’re a tenderfoot), or maybe it’s your sixth (on your way to being a showcase). And you’re part of a massive trend. Nearly four in 10 millennials ages 18 to 29 have a tattoo; half ...

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How Democrats Hurt Human Rights

According to Dictionary.com, human rights is defined as: Fundamental rights, especially those believed to belong to an individual and in whose exercise a government may not interfere, as the rights to speak, associate, work, etc.  The Cambridge Dictionary online defines human rights as: The basic rights to fair and moral treatment that every person is believed to have. Who isn’t ...

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Can A Vaccine Stop Ebola?

The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is finally waning, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on 18 October. The good news came as a vaccine that has helped to contain the virus’s spread moved a step closer to regulatory approval. Fifty people were diagnosed with Ebola in the DRC between 25 September and 15 ...

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Doctors Say Most Infants Are Still At Risk At Night

Parents are more likely to follow safe infant sleep practices when doctors tell them clearly what to do and what to avoid, to minimize the chances of babies getting injured or dying during the night, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers survey responses from more than 34,000 mothers on how often they followed four essential practices: placing infants to sleep on ...

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Was Trump Right in Withdrawing Troops From Syrian Border?

When President Donald Trump announced that he was withdrawing US troops from the Syrian border with Turkey, his enemies (Democrats, ‘sewage stream’ media and RINOs) instantly began attacking his decision. I saw and heard a number of them proclaim that Trump was allowing for the re-emergence of ISIS terrorism. When Turkish forces launched their attack into Syria along the border ...

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New Computer Model Predicts Where Ebola Might Strike Next

Predicting where Ebola might strike next could become easier, thanks to a new computer model. The model tracks how changes in the environment and in human societies could affect the deadly virus’s spread. It predicts that Ebola outbreaks could become as much as 60 percent more likely by 2070 if the world continues on a path toward a warmer climate ...

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FBI Director Says Facebook Aiding Child Pornographers

Beginning with the 2012 elections, Facebook began a campaign to silence their conservative subscribers. They escalated their efforts going into the 2014 elections. I know because I worked for a company that sent many broadcast emails to help conservative politicians. With the help from Facebook and their socialist leadership and constituency, several of the email lists I worked with was ...

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A Common Pain Injection May Speed Up Joint Deterioration

A very common injection intended to treat pain caused by osteoarthritis may put the patient at risk of accelerated ‘joint destruction,’ according to a new study. The work comes from the Boston University School of Medicine, where researchers looked into common corticosteroid injections used for hip and knee joint pain. Among other things, these injections may speed up the progression ...

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