April 25, 2024

Peer Calls for ‘Missing Data’ on Vaccines and Heart Disease

Lord Farmer raised questions about ONS data that could establish link after request by MPs was denied, but made available to select ‘qualified researchers.’ A member of the House of Lords has called on the government to provide missing data that could establish a link between the COVID-19 vaccines and the surge in heart conditions […]

April 24, 2024

Reggie Bush regains 2005 Heisman Trophy 14 years after forfeit

USC legend Reggie Bush is getting his Heisman Trophy back. The All-American running back won the prestigious award in 2005 but was forced to forfeit the honor in 2010 due to improper recruiting benefits that violated NCAA guidelines. Rule changes in recent years have legalized much of what Bush was penalized for. “We considered the enormous changes […]

April 24, 2024

Australia’s ‘eSafety Czar’ Pursuing Global Internet Censorship: Shellenberger

‘Nothing can justify the Australian government censoring the entire global Internet of content it does not like.’ American author and journalist Michael Shellenberger has weighed in on the dispute between X and Australia’s eSafety commissioner, warning the latter was attempting to “pursue global internet censorship.” Mr. Shellenberger described American-born Julie Inman Grant as the “eSafety […]

April 24, 2024

Is Your Breathing Fueling Your Anxiety?

“Just breathe”—a common piece of advice that seems almost too simple to be a remedy for the racing heart and spiraling thoughts of anxiety. Yet emerging research is beginning to uncover a profound link between the way that we breathe and our mental health. The Science of Breathing and Anxiety Consider a scenario where, despite […]

April 24, 2024

Pennsylvania Primary Polls Close

In Pennsylvania, independents don’t vote in the primary. Pennsylvania voters went to the polls in the state primary on Tuesday, but the turnout was low in many precincts, with many uncontested races on some ballots. Some voters took the opportunity to pick up campaign yard signs that they will put in their yards to promote […]

April 24, 2024

For Older Diabetics, Moderate Overweight Linked to Lowest Cardiovascular Risk: Study

In a new study, overweight older adults are having lower cardiovascular mortality than normal-weight counterparts.  Upending conventional wisdom, a new study has found that there is no one-size-fits-all, healthy BMI range for people living with Type 2 diabetes. Rather, the research reveals a twist—a person’s optimal body weight actually shifts as they grow older. Surprising […]