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Month: October 2018

Water monitor lizard spotted in front of Michigan home: ‘It freaked me out’

October 31, 2018

“Went to the front door ‘cause the cat was at it, I looked, I opened the front door,” he told the station. “And he was at my front door, eating cat food.” Trending in Science

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Super Smash Bros. is peak Nintendo Games to Play Before You Die

October 31, 2018

Apple's new iPad Pro ditches the home button and lightning port.Image: apple They’re finally here. Apple today unveiled two new iPad Pros during a press event in Brooklyn, New York. It’s the first time Apple has updated the iPad Pro lineup since June 2017, and the new tablets are much more than a simple refresh […]

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Dozens more breakfast foods test positive for trace amounts of weed killer, report says

October 31, 2018

(CNN)Dozens of common breakfast cereals and snack bars have trace amounts of a controversial herbicide found in the weed killer Roundup, according to a report released today by an environmental advocacy group. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 26 of the 28 products it tested had levels of Roundup’s main ingredient, glyphosate, that were […]

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Whales change their tunes when ships appear

October 31, 2018

(CNN)Commercial ships emit low-frequency noise wherever they roam and this unwanted soundtrack negatively impacts marine life, new research suggests. Humpback whales stop singing or shorten their songs with the passing of ships, a new study published Wednesday in PLOS One reveals. While there are many causes of low-frequency noise in the oceans, including seismic explosions, […]

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I Tried A Bunch Of Natural Relaxation Methods & Here’s What Worked Betches

October 31, 2018

You know those days where if you get one more email, you’re going to throw your iPhone under the subway? Then your mom calls and you start freaking out because no, you don’t have a plan. And then, Whole Foods is out of Halo Top and you have to wait in line for 30 minutes […]

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How to watch Apple unveil new iPads on Oct. 30

October 31, 2018

Apple opted for a variety of colorful logos for this year's event.Image: Apple Apple isn’t done with new products for 2018 just yet. For the first time, the Cupertino-based behemoth is unveiling its latest and greatest in Brooklyn on Oct. 30. SEE ALSO: What to expect from Apple’s iPad event in Brooklyn New iPads and […]

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Bradley Cooper honored by PETA for casting his dog in ‘A Star is Born’

October 31, 2018

The organization praised the actor for using his own pet, “rather than using a dog supplied by one of Hollywood’s notorious animal exhibitors.” “Bradley Cooper’s happy, adorable, and much-loved dog steals the spotlight — and viewers’ hearts — in this film because it’s clear that he loved being with his real-life ‘dad,’” PETA senior VP […]

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Shelter Seeks Home For Sweet Dog Who’s Been There For Nearly 4 Years

October 30, 2018

“She’s our little princess,” Pat Ingersoll, canine director at But after more than 1,450 days, Ginger needs a home of her own. Responsible Pet Care of Oxford Hills Ginger is loving, outgoing and snuggly, but has some issues with resource guarding. wrote a Facebook post detailing how long she’s been looking for an adopter. The […]

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An open door and a massacre: Gunman kills 11 at synagogue

October 30, 2018

Armed with a rifle and three handguns, Robert Bowers walked into the synagogue during Saturday morning worship and began shooting, killing 11 and wounding six before police took him into custody, officials said. It was the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history, according to the leader of the Anti-Defamation League. Bowers traded gunfire with […]

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UK Flour Will Be Fortified With Folic Acid After UK Government Finally Heeds Call Of Scientific Community

October 30, 2018

In order to reduce the rates of serious birth defects, all flour sold in the UK will now be fortified with folic acid. The government announcement, reported today by the Guardian, represents a hard-won victory for the many medical organizations and children’s health advocacy groups who have been lobbying for such a policy for decades. Folic […]

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